Eye Contact: teaching your dog to offer eye contact, or to “check in” with you has many advantages
1. If your dog needs reassurance from something, offering eye contact gives them a mutually exclusive behaviour, e.g. they can’t be looking at you AND looking at what they need reassurance from 2. If your dog needs help with something or if they want something, eye contact gives them a skill to use to communicate with you 3. It is a way of keeping your dogs attention, especially when there are exciting things going on around them ... See MoreSee Less
This is the ridiculously cute Rocky! He’s also very smart and picks up all training super quick! Rocky was getting very distressed when left alone and he’s now making really good progress with learning that his humans are coming back 👍 ... See MoreSee Less
Meet the beautiful Baz! This super star was amazing in training ☺️ We trained using only plant based food 🌱which was a mixture of Benevo food and some homemade pumpkin and peanut butter cookies.
We’re teaching Baz to walk with a loose lead instead of pulling and we're also giving him lots of space around other dogs so he’s more relaxed and can engage in more calming behaviours, such as sniffing. ... See MoreSee Less