Professional Dog Walker Training Course
- 35 mins on-demand video
- 4 downloadable resources
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- At the end of this course dog walkers will have a blueprint to follow that will enable them to keep great control of their dogs on AND off lead.
- To take this course you only need a basic understanding of dog behaviour
- The course will suit dog walker and multiple dog owning households
How can you exercise multiple dogs, give them everything they need to be happy and still maintain great control?
Dom Hodgson has the answer in this Professional Dog Walker Training Course - Safe and Stimulating Dog Walks
This course if perfect for professional dog walkers who walk multiple dogs in their business.
It will also suit people who own multiple dogs and want to learn how to better control them out on a walk.
In this dog walker training video, professional dog trainer Dom Hodgson will teach you the secret to achieving safe and stimulating group dog walks.
In this course you will discover;
How to use toys, treats and affection to keep the dogs focus laser locked onto you.
When to let your dog's off lead and avoid the crucial mistake that many dog walkers make when first let their dogs off lead.
How to safely exercise multiple dogs on a walk - In this course Dom walks Pugs, French Bulldogs, Pointers, Cocker Spaniels and Samoyeds.
What is the 'Canine Fulfilment Formula'. If you can provide all of the exercise and challenge for the dogs you look after then maintaining control (even off lead) becomes super easy.
How to safely exercise multiple dogs at the park. Dom shares the dog walking secrets to playing with (and controlling) two dogs off lead at the park.
Why you need to be a responsible dog walker who cares about the dogs, the dogs owners AND the community you live in
Dom runs Pack Leader Dog Adventures, the UK's number one dog adventure company and in this course you get to go 'behind the scenes' and join Dom on one of his famous dog adventures.
- Dog walkers who want to learn how to have great control on their group dog walks
- Dog owners who own more than one dog and want to learn how to safely exercise them all together
This is the introduction module for the 'Safe and Stimulating' Dog Walks Course
How do you control a group of dogs on a dog walk so that you provide enjoyment, exercise, stimulation and also keep the dogs safe?
After this introduction module you will have a firm understanding of how I do this in my dog walking business 'Pack Leader Dog Adventures'.
We follow a 'Canine Fulfilment Formula' that ensures we do this on every walk. This course takes you on several 'dog adventures' with professional dog trainer and dog walking business owner, Dom Hodgson.
Following the Canine Fulfilment Formula as we do in this course will mean you can enjoy safe and stimulating dog walks too.
In this module Dom spends some time in the park with Pug, a Giant Schnauzer and a Dogue de Bordeaux, three different dogs who are all under great control. He explains why you need to provide some challenge for your dog on his daily walk. If you do this then your dog will actually want to remain near you at the park, even when there are other dogs around.
Dom uses toys and treats to get the dogs attention on the way to the park and once he gets there. This provides a focus for the
You need to think about what challenges you can provide for your dog when you take him anywhere.
In this module you see how Dom Safely gets the dogs out of the van and sets off on a dog adventure. Dom and Alex walk many different dogs each day and today they have Samoyeds, Giant Schnauzers, Pointers and French Bulldogs. There is also a lot of wildlife and livestock around including horses, sheep and rabbits and squirrels.
The start of your dog walk is often the time when things can go wrong, many people give their dogs too much freedom before they get any focus and attention from their dogs. Finding the right place to let your dogs off lead is crucial to maintaining the safety of the dogs.
In this module you will see how Dom maintains great control of the dogs using toys.
Playing 'find it' games like this gives the dogs a chance to use their amazing nose and also keeps them in one particular area. This game is super useful if you don't have a lot of space to exercise your dogs OR the place you exercise them is busy with other walkers around.
In this module Dom and Alex show you how to play a searching game with your dogs.
This is another great game that keeps your dogs in one area of the park or woods.
It's important to tease and build up the dogs drive before you let them off lead.
In this module Dom recaps how he implemented the 'Canine Fulfilment Formula' in the woods and also explains why you need to create a 'Magic Circle' for your dog's to play in. This magic circle is a the area around you that you want your dog's to stay in. This will keep them safe and under great control.
How to use toys and treats to play games and get your dog's interested in you.
You will learn how to get your dog to do some tricks which will test how much attention and focus you have from him. This is a great way to build on the trick training you do at home AND will also help you maintain control of your group of dogs.
In this module Dom show you how he uses the lead to maintain physical control of a dog with high prey drive then builds up the drive to play which enables him to eventually the dog off lead and still maintain great control.
You will also learn how to do simple 'recall training' that will help maintain control.
The more you play games like this the better control you will have with your dog's.
Dog walkers have a great responsibility not only to the dogs but also to the owners and the wider community.
The dogs - To keep them safe and ensure they have an enjoyable exercise session each day
The owners - To keep their dogs safe and out of harms way.
The community - Not everyone likes dogs and people who don't like dogs don't want dogs bothering them, the dog walker needs to make sure they keep the dogs they are exercising away from the general public.