Operation Perfect Relationship
Welcome to the latest instalment of our Operation courses… Operation perfect Relationship
This 4 week intensive course will cover the A-Z of increasing your relationship with your dog
ensuring that you can effectively reach any goal you so wish.
The base of any training pyramid is drive and engagement.
The desire for your dog to actively interact with you – No begging, no pleading, no asking… Just a proactive behaviour
ALL of us could do with improving our relationship with our dogs
Just like all of us should be working on any relationship we are involved with.
Prevention will always be more effective than cure and as soon as your dog is ‘on’ the rest of the game becomes a tonne easier.
This is a FOUR week course… Intense… You are going to have to commit to working.
In here, we demand change and improvement so if you can’t be bothered, click off my friend.
There will be an EXCLUSIVE Facebook group for all participants to share their journey
Where I will PERSONALLY be helping you over the month to LEVEL UP
Each week we will do a MASTERMIND video where I will go live in the group and discuss our next topic
Each week we will discuss TEN modules of behaviour
Use this hour or two to ASK QUESTIONS – I am here to help you
Let’s take a look at what we are going to cover.
Week 1 – The Foundations of Play and Engagement
1- How to effectively and efficiently hand feed your dogs meals to instantly transform your relationship
2- How to get round the dog with low food drive
3- Incorporating play and engagement games
4- Leaving the boundaries open and the rules slack
5- Flirt pole and the utilisation of prey drive
6- Turning food into fun by tapping into other drives
7- Correct application of Prison Phase
8- The cup analogy of engagement
9- How a crate can level up your game
10- Multi dog households and multi dog training
Week 2 – Applying Your Engagement to Behaviour
1-Going slow is going fast
2- Turning your engagement into basic obedience
3- Beginning the process of expanding the base behaviours
4- Impulse control in the real world
5- The magic of the Premack Principle
6- How much freedom can your dog have?
7- Making obedience fun for your dog
8- Enthusiasm and input from the handler
9- Fading reward
10- Diversifying behaviour to increase engagement
Week 3 – Distractions and Real Life
1 – Venturing from the garden to the real world
2 – Regression is normal
3 -Bounce your training off your friends
4 – A deep dive into the Three D’s of dog training
5 – Understanding and utilising threshold
6 – Decompression and planned rest in training
7 – Advanced impulse control exercises
8 – Mimicking real life in training
9 – Utilising correction to solidify responses
10 – The effectiveness and importance of proofing
Week 4 – Handler Mindset
1 – Why your mindset matters
2 – Meditation and clarity of mind
3 – Nutrition and its effect on your dog training
4 – Meditation and how to incorporate it into your daily life
5 – Effective and easy exercise
6 – The importance of journaling
7 – Understanding plans and flexibility in planning
8 – The acceptance of bad days low days
9 – The present moment is all that exists
10 – Understanding the long game
This is going to be an intense course mate, so as above, if you are looking for a magic fix then it’s not for you.
For people that DO really want to work towards a change, I promise that if you do the work, this will change your game.
Spaces are very limited so get yourself involved if it’s something you want to do.
Let’s level up TOGETHER
Week 4 – Handler Mindset