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Movement is Motivating in Dog Training with Michael Ellis

Posted: 08-28-2020 • Length: 2 Minutes, 22 Seconds
Categories: Michael Ellis

This video is from Michael Ellis's Puppy Development Workshop online course. CLICK HERE to sign up!

Leerburg filmed one of Michael's 5 day classes in the summer of 2019 and turned the footage into this online course. It contains over 20 hours of video broken down and organized into 232 video clips.

This course is an in depth primer on rearing a puppy for success in any discipline. It covers early “critical” socialization, “learning to learn,” shaping behavior, controlling environment to keep problems from emerging, proper play techniques (to maximize motivation), house breaking, and teaching manners without destroying a dogs motivation to work, and general management. This course is designed for a variety of trainers, from active pet dog trainers to competitive obedience, agility, or protection sport trainers. Learn to lay a solid foundation… it will pay off in the long run.

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I'm so glad you picked this clip. Movement is paramount in motivating dogs and also in reaching their brains. The eye-brain connection features special communications with hard wired behavior sequences and attentional states. It's amazing how you can transform your dog's engagement with simply adding movements that attract the dog. I think lots of people don't realize how many profound and scientific elements Michael incorporates into his training advice.