Professional Dog Training

Brain Training For Dogs

Brain Training for Dogs is an innovative course that combines stimulation for the brain and training to unlock your dog’s inherent intelligence. When this happens behaviors fade away and more pleasant behavior emerges in their place.

Adrienne Farricelli is a CPDT KA dog trainer with years of experience in the field of canine behavior modification. She is also the creator of Brain Training for Dogs and the author of several dog training books.

Exercise

Exercise is crucial for an animal’s mental and wellbeing. It helps keep them healthy and fit, and reduce the risk of heart diseases hip dysplasia or obesity-related diseases like diabetes or cancer.

It also keeps them happy and engaged with you. Exercise together strengthens your bond and promotes socialization.

The dog’s brain may become dull and cluttered in time if they don’t get mentally challenged. They might begin to chew on furniture or scratch things.

Training can help you avoid these issues and help improve your dog’s behavior with other dogs as well as with other people. In some instances, it could save your dog’s life!

In addition, mental exercise can delay the onset of dementia and memory loss. It helps create new brain connections and guards nerve cells from degeneration.

Play the Game

Games are a great option if you want to give your dog a sense of stimulation. They are also beneficial for dogs that aren’t able get as much physical exercise as they used too, or for dogs that are recovering from an injury or surgery.

Simple brain games can be played in a tiny space like a backyard or house. For instance, place pieces of your dog’s favourite food in different areas around the home (or outside when it’s warm enough) and let them go hunting for it.

These brain games are fun and can be played for only one or two minutes every time. They can also aid your dog to remain mentally sharp while you train them. This helps them learn faster and keep mentally sharp. They can also improve their ability to concentrate on commands, and it can increase their connection with you.

Treats

Treats are a great way to help train your dog. This is a fantastic way to reinforce obedience training and also to stimulate their brains. However, you should be cautious not to overdo it.

When training, it is important to be consistent with your instructions and treat only those who have followed the instruction correctly. This will help avoid sending mixed signals, which can confuse your dog.

Puzzle toys, games and mental exercises are a few of the most popular options for brain training dogs. These toys are a great method to keep dogs engaged and to help them develop confidence.

One of the most lovable brain games for dogs is hiding treats under different containers or cups. The dog is required to guess the container in which the treat is supposed to be in and if they are correct, they get a reward.

Socialization

As a dog owner it is your responsibility to ensure that your pup has the self-confidence, flexibility and capability to deal with a variety of situations. Socialization is a crucial factor in this process.

In the beginning of their lives, puppies need to be exposed to different types of animals, people, and different environments. They may become fearful or anxious if they’re not exposed to these things.

They could even develop undesirable behaviors such as aggression and phobias.

Socialization can help ease these issues and make life easier for your dog.

If your puppy is rough-mouthing other dogs, then allowing them to play with them for a long period of time will teach them to bite inhibition.

The ability to let your dog interact with other pets, people and in different environments can help to reduce temper tantrums or separation anxiety when you leave for work. It’s also important to start with a small amount and gradually move up to larger challenges as you progress.