Good Puppy on the Go
Author: Gila Kurtz
Length: 1.5 hours
Training Videos: 35
Video time: 91 minutes
Recommended Training Tools: Leash, treats, treat pouch, dog bed/crate, food dispensing toy
Watch a sample training video
Reward based training that is gentle and effective.
This is not an instant fix program. Each puppy will learn at their own pace. Individual circumstances will effect the length of time needed to practice some exercises. Repetition and consistence is key for getting positive results. Our program does not address aggressive or fear based behavior in dogs or puppies, which requires the assistance of a reward based dog training professional.
Your dog is unique
It's important to remember that every dog is unique, just as every child is unique. Each dog will have its own learning style and attention span. Your dog may learn some training games quickly, while others may take more practice. If your dog walks away in the middle of a training game or you're not getting the response you're hoping for, that's OK. Stop and come back later.
Does not address aggression or fear
The Good Dog program does not address aggressive or fear based behaviors in dogs, which require the assistance of a positive reinforcement dog training professional.
Watch the videos in order
We recommend watching the videos in the order provided. For the training game videos, we recommend mastering one game before moving to the next. Each training game builds on skills for future games. The exceptions are the TTouch exercises. These gentle petting and relaxation exercises can be used anywhere in the program with any frequency.