Dog Training - Become A Dog Trainer - Dog Training Career

Turn dog training into an ideal career & become a professional dog trainer. Get the lifestyle you want & work with dogs
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Published 4/2015 English

Course Description

** Over 2500 students have already enrolled in this 'Dog Training - Become A Dog Trainer - Dog Training Career' course and have left numerous full 5 Star ecstatic reviews.**

Joe Hunter gave the course 5 stars and wrote...

" I totally enjoyed this course and plan on doing some more. The very way the course is delivered by Sharon makes it easy to follow, by this I mean the explanations are clear, concise combined with Sharon's calm voice puts you at ease. 

I have done a bit of theoretical study in the past, but this feels like i have a personal tutor. I feel more confident now, not only with my own two dogs but also to continue study and make my dream of becoming a full time dog trainer come true. thanks a million Sharon."

Arin Davis gave the course 5 stars and wrote...

"So much wonderful information packed into these courses! Sharon breaks down the information and backs it up with videos in every scenario. I have a beautiful career in front of me working with dogs -Thank you, Sharon!"

Chase Night gave the course 5 stars and wrote...

"I loved this course and learned so much, not just in techniques, but in new ways of thinking about dog behavior. Can't wait to watch the bonus lessons! Highly recommend!!!"

LATEST: This course is fully up to date for August 2016.

This course is taught by Sharon Bolt who has been featured in over 40 different local and national newspapers, magazines, television and radio stations. She was featured in the BBC Documentary “Britain’s Most Embarrassing Pets.” and has a monthly slot on BBC Radio, which she's had since 2008, where she answers the listeners’ doggie dilemmas. 

Sharon answers student questions in all her Udemy courses daily.

Get the knowledge, confidence and dog training methods needed in order to become a professional dog trainer and help your dog/s, rescue centres/dog pounds and other dog owners with their doggy dilemmas with easy dog training techniques.

Realize your dreams, learn simple and highly effective dog training methods, become a professional dog trainer and make a difference in the world with this course.

  • Step-by-step video demonstrations that show you the dog training methods that overcome all the major unwanted dog behaviours we see today.
  • The answers to 10 most commonly asked dog training questions.
  • The answers to 10 most frequently asked puppy training questions.
  • Dog language - learn what dogs are REALLY saying!
  • What to include during a dog training consultation with a client and how to run a professional dog training business with templates for you to use.

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IMPORTANT:

Students of this course get full, free, instant lifetime access to 4 of my other courses:

Dog Training - Leash Training Your Dog - Simple dog training methods.

Dog Training - Stop Dog Barking - Easy dog training methods.

Dog Training - Stop Dog Attacks - Easy dog training methods.

Dog Training - Puppies - An A-Z Guide To Puppy & Dog Training.

These 4 courses have over 6,000 very happy students, numerous 5 star reviews and are normally sold for $625..

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Dog Training is NOT rocket science.

Understanding dogs and learning how to give them the right communication is NOT rocket science. Dogs don't want anything fancy or complicated they just want simple, clear, concise communication which is what you'll learn how to do throughout this dog training course.

Dogs live in the present moment which means when given the right information their behaviour changes fast, even if they've been behaving a certain way for a long time.

Once you've learned what dogs are looking for you'll know what to do for life. Dogs speak the same language regardless of age or breed and yes you can teach old dogs new tricks when you know the right dog training methods.

What You Will Get From This Dog Training Course

Do you believe that helping dogs is what you are meant to do, that it feels like your calling and you are motivated to make a difference in the world?

Would you like a job that doesn't feel like work, something that is enjoyable, rewarding and fulfilling PLUS you get to help dogs and pay the bills at the same time? 

Or would you simply like to have dog training knowledge and methods in order to train your dog? If so, then read on because you're in the right place!

This course is designed for the following people:

  • People that are already employed or self employed (whether it be in a dog related business or other ) who would like to start building a dog training business in their spare time.
  • People who already have a dog related business such as dog walkers, dog groomers, pet sitters etc. who would like to add 'professional dog trainer' to their services and receive business advice.
  • People who dream about becoming a successful dog trainer, would love to work with dogs and be able to pay the bills at the same time.
  • People who are already dog trainers who would like additional dog training knowledge and methods as well as business advice.
  • People who would like more in depth dog training knowledge so that they can best support their own dogs and be able to help friends and family with their dogs too.
  • People who would like to help at a local rescue centre or dog pound and have the dog training knowledge and confidence to do so.

The course focuses on empowering you with the knowledge, confidence and dog training methods that you need in order to change a stressed out dog (and owner!) to a happy and well behaved pooch, using simple, easy and gentle methods that get results fast!

You'll learn easy dog training methods that resolve unwanted behaviours such as pulling on the leash, barking at the front door and in the back garden/yard as well as how to best work with dogs that are food or dog aggressive.

You'll also discover dog training methods that calm dogs with separation anxiety, be able to stop jumping up and tell what dogs are really saying - this may well surprise you!

Also included in this dog training course is a whole section about puppies - you'll learn what to look for when selecting a puppy, how to choose a reputable breeder and what to do before bringing a puppy home. You'll also shown gentle dog training methods that toilet train a puppy quickly and stop them from biting and chewing your best items fast!

Additionally you'll find out the answers to 10 of the most common puppy and dog training questions so that you know what to say when your client is having difficulty with 1 or more of them.

Plus, you'll learn how to professionally run a dog training business, what to include during a dog training consultation with a client plus what to include when writing confirmation and agreements letters with templates for you to tweak specifically to your business.

By the end of this course you'll have the dog training knowledge, confidence and dog training methods you need in order to start your dog training business.

Please note: There is also a separate business and marketing course, specifically for people who work in the dog industry, that goes hand in hand with this course. For more information see my 'Dog Training - Running A Dog Training Business' course here on Udemy.

Imagine going to bed looking forward to the next day, that every day is like a weekend and what you are doing is just too enjoyable to be called work that's what you can look forward to after completing this course.

Is this really possible? Absolutely! Click on the green 'Take This Course' button at the top of the page to enroll in this easy, fun and informative dog training course that comes with a 30 day money back guarantee - make a positive change in your life today!

What are the requirements?

  • A desire to become a professional dog trainer, work with dogs and make a difference in the world. Someone who already works in the dog industry who would like to add 'professional dog trainer' to their services, or people who would like to learn more in depth information about dogs in order to best support their own dogs.

What am I going to get from this course?

  • Learn what the walk really means to a dog and why it’s vital that you get this area right.
  • Easy and very successful techniques you can do before you leave the house that makes a remarkable difference to your walk.
  • Calm, kind and confident methods you can do during the walk, when your dog pulls, that will give them the message they need to walk calmly by your side.
  • Learn simple and easy methods that will get your dog to come back when called when they are off the leash.
  • Know how to stop a dog from barking at the front door or window by using a command.
  • Learn how to gently stop a dog barking in the back garden/yard when you say.
  • Know why the postman/mailman makes dog barking so much worse and how to have a calm and happy dog when the mail is delivered.
  • Know simple methods that integrate dogs who are aggressive with other dogs.
  • Recognize dominant and submissive signals that prevent dog attacks from happening.
  • Understand the 3 different types of dog aggression.
  • How to stop a dog from jumping up.
  • How to communicate you're in charge during feeding time.
  • How to stop food aggression and stealing food.
  • How to stop dogs barking, chewing, panting and pacing when left alone.
  • Understand dog language and know what dogs are really saying.
  • Know what to look for when choosing a good breeder.
  • Recognize the characteristics to look for when choosing the right puppy for you.
  • How to best introduce your puppy to an existing dog.
  • Learn how to overcome first night crying and howling.
  • Know the best way to toilet train your puppy.
  • How to stop biting and chewing.
  • How to best socialize your puppy in order to get a well-balanced dog.
  • Perform dog training methods that are easy to do and get quick results.
  • Know how to get dogs to pay attention to you and respond favourably to your commands.
  • Communicate to dogs in a language they understand.
  • The answers to 10 commonly asked dog training questions.
  • The answers to 10 frequently asked puppy training questions.
  • Know what to include in a confirmation agreement with a dog training client.
  • What to include during a dog training consultation.
  • Know what to do if you forget to tell your customer something during a consultation and still look professional.
  • Know what to do if you don't know the answer to a question and still look knowledgeable.
  • Learn what to include in an agreement letter to a client after a dog training consultation.
  • Learn how to leave a dog training consultation on an upbeat and positive note ensuring your customer is happy with the information and service they’ve received.
  • Know how to run a professional dog training business.

What is the target audience?

  • This course is for people who dream of working with dogs and would like to start building a dog training business in their spare time.
  • It's also for people who already work in the dog industry, such as dog walkers, groomers, pet sitters etc who would like to add 'professional dog trainer' to their services.
  • As well as for people who are already dog trainers who would like to add more knowledge and dog training methods to their tool kit.
  • This course is also designed for people who would like more in depth dog training knowledge so that they can best support their own dogs.
  • Throughout the course you’ll learn dog training methods using positive reinforcement techniques combined with the pack leader theory. The methods are kind and gentle and get great results fast!

What you get with this course?

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30 day money back guarantee.

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Curriculum

Section 1: The Proof Is In The Pudding
02:45

Getting 2, 8 week old Parson Russell Terriers changed my life and career.

Here's a little bit about what happened and 'the boys' playing together and doing some tricks.

3 pages

This is feedback from people who I've personally worked with who have used the methods you'll learn in this course.

Section 2: Here's What You'll Get From This Course
03:43

I designed this course for people who would love to work with dogs and would like to start building a dog training business in their spare time.

It's also for people who already work in the dog industry, such as dog walkers, groomers, pet sitters etc who would like to add 'professional dog trainer' to their services.

As well as for people who are already dog trainers who would like to add more knowledge and dog training methods to their tool kit.

This course is also designed for people who would like more in depth dog training knowledge so that they can best support their own dogs.

Section 3: Feeding Time - Aggression and Stealing Food
09:58

Feeding time is one of the areas that dogs can look for leadership. It's a time that they can control food and demonstrate their higher ranking status to you/your family and other animals. During this video you'll learn:

  • Simple methods that convince your dog that you are a higher ranking member when they are fed.
  • How to take control and gently give your dog the message that you are the one that is charge during feeding time, which in turn stops food aggression.
  • How to stop 'fussy eaters' and get your dog to eat the food you give them instead.
  • And much more...
07:40

Feeding time can be a tense time for a dog, particularly if there is more than one dog in the household. During this video you'll learn:

  • The reasons why some dogs are food aggressive.
  • How to stop one dog trying to eat the other dog's food and causing tension when they are fed.
  • Easy methods that you can do which calms dogs that are aggressive around food and prevents aggressive behaviour, whether you have one or more dogs.
  • How to stop dogs from stealing food.
  • And much more...
04:24

Meet Dexter the dog, he's an expert at steeling food, especially freshly cooked bacon out of the frying pan! During the video you'll learn:

  • How to stop dogs stealing food.
  • How to create a boundary and a 'no go' area with dogs.
  • And much more...



Section 4: The Right Way To Greet A Dog And Stop Jumping Up
11:56

When you watch dogs interact with each other you will notice that they are regularly sussing each other out. Even two dogs that live in the same house, if they are separated they have a ritual when they reunite again. During this video you'll learn:

  • What dogs look for when you greet them.
  • How a pack leader reunites with other pack members.
  • Why greeting your dog in this why makes them feel taken care of and stops unwanted behaviour.
  • How to non-verbally communicate to your dog that jumping up is not what you would like them to do.
  • And much more...
05:03

When greeting your dog you are either saying that they are in charge, the one leading the pack and the decision maker, or that you are. Giving a dog the responsibility of taking care of the pack often results in a stressed out dog with numerous unwanted behaviours. During this video you'll discover:

  • How to give the right communication to your dog when you reunite with them.
  • How to let them know that you're in charge and taking care of them and still get a dog who is excited to see you, with lots of fussing and happiness.
  • And much more...
05:28

Having guests come to your home can be a nightmare time when your dog gets so excited, barks, runs around and jumps all over them! During this video you'll learn:

  • Why it's important that your dog sees your guest as a higher ranking member and how you can easily achieve this.
  • The best way for your guests to enter the house in order to give your dog the right communication and not get jumped on.
  • What to do should your dog try to jump up at your guest.
  • What NOT to do should your dog try to jump up at your guest.
  • And much more...
02:10
It's embarrassing when you have friends come round and your dog jumps all over them and their best clothes! In this video you'll discover:
  • Why it's important that your guests say hello to you first and not your dog!
  • How you may be encouraging your dog to jump up without realizing it!
  • Different methods that stop dogs from jumping up.
  • And much more...
Section 5: Separation Anxiety
13:11

It's distressing for both dogs and owners when they bark, chew and display separation anxiety when you go out. During this video you'll learn:

  • The reasons why does develop separation anxiety.
  • An easy way to stop your dog from following you everywhere you go!
  • How to build your dog's confidence so that they feel secure when you are not with them.
  • Some simple repetitions which resolves separation anxiety.
  • And much more...
02:01

Getting it right from the start and preventing separation anxiety from developing is the way to go. In this video you'll learn:

  • How you respond to your puppy's crying and whining will greatly influence their anxious behaviour.
  • How feeling guilty for leaving your puppy alone can encourage their anxiety.
  • The right way to leave your puppy so that they settle down and relax when you're not with them.
  • The right and wrong way to pet a puppy when they're anxious.
  • And much more...
02:19

Regardless the age of a dog and how long they have had separation anxiety for with consistency and repetition it can be resolved. During this video you'll discover:

  • How to give the right message to your dog when you're going out in order to prevent anxiety from developing.
  • How to create a 'mock up' situation so that your dog adjusts to you not being around all the time.
  • Ways to build your dog's confidence when you're not with them by giving them affection at the right time.
  • And much more...
Section 6: Dog Language - What They're Really Saying!
09:26

Dogs read us by our energy and what we are thinking and feeling which is why there is no fooling them! They talk to us through non-verbal communication and body language and various signals. During this video you'll learn:

  • How to recognize dominant and submissive signals in dogs.
  • How dogs use 'calming signals' to calm themselves, other dogs and you down!
  • A number of different 'calming signals' that dogs use so you can tell when they are overwhelmed or stressed.
  • And much more...
10:08

There are certain 'triggers' that cause a dog to become out of balance and display unwanted behaviour. This 'trigger' could be cats, birds, cars, cyclists, other dogs etc. There are also a number of areas where dogs are communicating they are the boss without you even knowing it, but not after you've watched this video! During this video you'll discover:

  • What this amazing technique is and how to get great results when working with your dog's 'triggers'.
  • Why playing on your terms is crucial if you have a dog who loves to play.
  • Why 'tug of war' toys are not a good idea to play with your dog.
  • The pack leader's mantra.
  • And much more...
10:49
During this video you'll learn more top tips, insights and information about dogs. You'll discover:
  • What the 3 F's for dogs are.
  • A 'time out' method that works wonders for many dogs.
  • The best way to interact with dogs who are frightened of fireworks.
  • Further information and tips about what dogs are saying.
  • And much more...
Section 7: The Answers To 10 Popular Dog Questions You Are Likely To Be Asked
10 pages

In order to help you with this section, where I cover the common dog training questions that you'll likely to be asked, I suggest you download and print off the PDF document which I've uploaded here.

This document contains all the 10 questions with the points to consider for the individual questions, which I speak about during the following videos. There's also space for you to make your own notes as you listen to the different lectures.

09:24

There are a number of common dog training questions that you'll be asked, in this section I'm going to answer the top 10. These are 'real life' questions that dog owners have emailed to me. During this video you'll find out the answers to questions 1 and 2 which are:

1) My dog is very good. Just one thing, he won't get into my car or any car and has to be lifted in which I can't do now as he is too heavy. I have tried all sorts such as titbits and toys. He enjoys the car journey when he is in so don't know why he won't get in.

2) My dog does not listen to me when it comes to my cats. I was told when I got him he got on with cats, this is not the case and he chases and goes for them every time even if they're in my arms. I try to tell him very calmly no but he doesn't listen and growls if I shout at him.

09:05

Here's the answers to dog training questions 3 and 4 which are:


3) My 16 month old Labrador nips me frequently, we have had him for 10 weeks now and I have had help from two dog trainers. He is a lot better than he was but when I take him out he always tries to pull. I am always doing what I have been advised but he always wants to dominate me. I took him out the other day and he started to jump at me and nip me, it took me ages to get him home, as you can imagine I was in a mess with four nasty bite marks on both arms. Friends and family have started telling me to give him up, I am not sure what to do any more, I don't really want to give up on him just yet.


4) My border collie constantly follows my husband around and sometimes he will even nip his leg or hand as he walks past. He is also very protective towards me, if my husband sits next to me he will become on edge and watches him intently. My husband has said that if he carries on being too protective he will have to get rid of him as we have 4 children (even though he is very good with kids).

06:28

Here's the answers to dog training questions 5 and 6 which are:

5) I am desperate to know how I might persuade my Great Dane to ignore "oncoming" dogs while out walking. Generally she walks beautifully and on a slack lead. However when she sees another dog approaching she begins to focus in on the dog and when about 25 yards away she begins throwing her weight about, trying to get at the dog! Once we are a few yards past she relaxes back to her correct walking mode. Coming up on a dog from behind does not become so much of a problem. If we have the opportunity they will eventually walk happily together. It's not all dogs that she reacts too, as she has several doggie friends also.

6) My dog is a Lhasa Apso, 1 year old and he keeps jumping up at the bin and trying to take food out. When we close the bin he guards it, he may even bite us. Also when he gets some paper or anything left out, he takes it and guards it, if I go to get it I say, "bad dog” and pick it up but he bites me. He's been castrated.

08:34

Here's the answers to dog training questions 7 and 8 which are:


7) I have two Bedlington terriers 4 and 3, both boys, one is marking his territory inside the house. It's all open plan so he does it everywhere, up the kitchen cupboards, the fridge, table, chairs and sofa and bathroom and bedroom doors when closed, all over. He is a very intelligent dog, at night before bed if I tell him to go out for a wee and he does. He knows exactly what is expected of him, he will last all night without wanting to go out, so I know he is not doing it because he can't hold it during the day.


8) Our Cairn Terrier doesn't come when called. We have a large farm and walks with the 2 labs are absolutely fine. However, when I want to come indoors, that is the last thing on her mind. I have tried little nibbles, like liver, lots of times during the day, what should I do?

08:01

Here's the answers to dog training questions 9 and 10 which are:

9) My dog barks if people pass the house and barks when he sees another dog who passes the house or in the street. He is a rescue dog, he is house trained, great with the children and people but he gets very over exited at times when anyone new comes in.

10) I have a 3 year old Staffy bitch, she is the most loving dog I have ever had. The problem is that I am quite nervous of any aggressive behaviour, she has had a ruck with a couple of dogs and seems to be nervous when there are more than 2 to 3 other dogs around. She was set upon when she was 1 by 4 Labs so whether this has anything to do with it, I am not sure, she has just started to become defensive on the lead with other dogs too.

Section 8: The Answers To 10 Common Puppy Training Questions That You'll Likely To Be Asked
10 pages

In order to help you with this section, where I cover the common puppy training questions that you'll likely to be asked, I suggest you download and print off the PDF document which I've uploaded here.

This document contains all the 10 questions with the points to consider for the individual questions, which I speak about during the following videos. There's also space for you to make your own notes as you listen to the different lectures.

10:01

There are a number of common puppy training questions that you'll be asked, in this section I'm going to answer the top 10. These are 'real life' questions that dog owners have emailed to me. During this video you'll find out the answers to questions 1 and 2 which are:

1) We have a 14 week old Cocker Spaniel puppy. He was the runt of the litter and very thin when we got him. He has become very aggressive at times. Occasionally he growls when you pick him up, but if he has a pigs ear and you go near him he will growl. If you try to take it away he gets very aggressive and curls his lips and bites. I have young children and am getting concerned as it is getting worse. When I told him off and tried to put him in his bed he did the same.

2) I have the biggest problem with my Jack Russell terrier, who is 3 months old. He used to go potty and poop on his pad fine, only the past couple of weeks he started going all over the house like day 1. I've tried everything, I've picked him up and showed him where his pad is like I did when we first started training. I've told him nicely, I've yelled at him and even hit him, which makes me feel bad later, but nothing seems to work. He used to be so good, when he was sleeping with me on the couch he would jump off and go to his pad and poop or pee and then come back, but now it's all over the place again.

05:28

Here's the answers to puppy training questions numbers 3 and 4 which are:

3) I have recently purchased a beautiful English Springer Spaniel and I would like some help on how to stop her from constantly trying to chew my feet/slippers. she used to bite my hands, but I have managed to stop that. I have tried the "give her something to distract her method" but she goes straight back to my feet. The only way I can stop her is to remove her from the room, until she has quietened down. Is this the correct way to deal with it? And, if not, can you make any suggestions?

4) I am trying to take my Staff Puppy of 14 weeks for walks but as soon as the lead goes on him he will not walk. I have tried practising in the house but he won't budge either. I have tried taking a few steps forward then back again, I have tried treats, my boyfriend has tried walking ahead and calling him but nothing! He will go outside on his own and does not run off but as soon as he spots the lead he freezes.

07:21

Here's the answers to puppy training questions numbers 5 and 6 which are:

5) Could you please give me some tips on how to stop my puppy from messing in the house, I take him outside and he comes in and goes on the paper. He also wets on the floor in the kitchen. He is 4 and a half months old and he is a Retriever Cross Collie. I also have a Golden Retriever who is 3 and a half and I thought the puppy would copy him when we go outside but he does not, he waits to go back in before he does anything.

6) We have recently got a Fox Terrier puppy she is nearly 4 months old. When we take her for a walk she never seems to want to go to the toilet. We have tried saying to her 'go toilet or go wee wee's' but she doesn't seem to want to know and she then goes as soon as we get home on the paper.

05:46

Here's the answers to puppy training questions numbers 7 and 8 which are:


7) We bought a puppy almost a week ago. She has settled in really well and we seem to have potty training under way but she is starting to nip quite a bit especially after being told no. How can we stop her from nipping and also reacting after being told no? We have two young children and the dog seems to be treating them at her level or maybe lower. I think maybe she is getting jealous of them as they are human they sit on the sofa but she can't.


8) We have a Blue Merle who is really, really gorgeous and so loving, but just recently he has taken to jumping up at us when we are on floor level with him and kind of snapping at our faces, ears and noses. He is doing this with affection but his teeth are very, very sharp and so over last couple of weeks we have little injuries from him in his happiness. We have tried putting his soft toys into his mouth when he does this but to no avail really, he does not seem to get the message that his teeth are very sharp. If we are standing up and not at his level he will try and jump up to reach us.

08:37

Here's the answers to puppy training questions numbers 9 and 10 which are:


9) My 6 month old Dalmatian is a lovely dog but very persistent and he is becoming very difficult to control. He jumps up at doors repeatedly when they are closed despite being told "off" dozens of times, and goes upstairs despite us having fitted a stair gate (he forces his way between the gaps, it's an open tread staircase). He jumps up at the work surfaces in the kitchen and attempts to take any food or anything he can lay his mouth on. I know he is still only a puppy he needs loads of attention and walks (which he gets) but he needs to learn we cannot give him attention all the time. As a family we are getting very worried by his behaviour and he is sadly, no longer much fun to be with in the house.


10) My pet dogs, a 7 year old Jack Russell bitch and an 8 month old Fox Terrier bitch have started fighting in a frighteningly vicious way. I know I need to establish myself as the pack leader but have no idea where to start. Unfortunately it has got to the stage that the younger dog may have to be re-homed! Something which I never imagined I would ever consider.

Section 9: Dog Training Consultations With Clients
08:46

Yay! A client has said yes to a private dog training consultation with you.

During this video you'll learn:

  • The steps to follow when a customer has said 'yes' to a consultation.
  • What to include in your consultation form.
  • An example of a confirmation letter to send out when someone has agreed to a consultation with you.
Dog Training Consultation Form
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Dog Training Confirmation Letter Template - Page 1
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Dog Training Confirmation Letter Template - Page 2
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14:20

During this video you'll learn:

  • What to include during a dog training consultation.
  • What to do if you forget to tell your customer something during a consultation and still look professional.
  • What to do if you don't know the answer to a question and still look knowledgeable.
Top Tips Of What To Include During A Dog Training Consultation Handout
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05:56

In this video you'll learn what to include in an agreement and disclaimer letter after conducting a dog training consultation.

Agreement Letter Template - The One You Sign And Leave With Your Client
1 page
Agreement Letter Template - The One Your Client Signs And You Keep
1 page
02:11

In this video you'll learn:

  • How to leave the consultation on an upbeat and positive note ensuring your customer is happy with the information and service they've received.
The Best 'Feel Good' Dog Poem Ever!
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Section 10: Bonuses
Dog Training - Leash Work And Recall Training - Free Course Coupon
Article
Dog Training - Get Your Dog To Stop Barking On Command Fast - Free Course Coupon
Article
Dog Training - Learn Easy Methods That Stop Dog Aggression - Free Course Coupon
Article
Puppy Training - A Guide To Training Your Puppy Quickly - Free Course Coupon
Article
Section 11: Bonus Videos
Here's How To Integrate Dogs Who Do Not Like Travelling In Cars
14:38
Here's How To Best Work With Dogs Who Chase Joggers & Cyclists
07:06
How To Best Work With Dogs Who Are Fearful Of Children
05:15
**Bonus Video** 2 Student Questions Answered
11:04
**Bonus Video** Dog Training Student Questions Answered December 2015
07:28
**Bonus Video** Student Toileting Question Answered Feb 16
05:41
Section 12: Thank You And Questions
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Thank you very much for watching my course :)

If you have found benefit and have enjoyed the lectures I'd be very grateful if you would write a review, it would really help me and other students who may be looking for the information covered in this course.

I wish you great success and please let me know in the discussion area if you have any questions.

With kind regards,

Sharon (Bolt)

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Instructor Biography

Sharon Bolt, Dog and Puppy Expert, Specialist in NLP & Law of Attraction

Sharon Bolt is a top dog behaviour expert and counts a number of celebrities among her clients. She was the featured trainer in the BBC Documentary “Britain's Most Embarrassing Pets" and has had a regular slot on BBC Radio since 2008 where she answers numerous listeners' doggy dilemmas.

She's written three books, recorded three CDs and produced four DVDs that include Dog Training Secrets for Amazing Results; Rescue Dog Training Made Easy; Puppy Training Made Easy; and How to Be a Dog Trainer.

Sharon has contributed to more than 40 local and national newspapers, magazines, TV and radio stations that regularly call upon her expertise. She is also the co-author of 2 highly acclaimed books; 'Successful Women in Business' and 'Every Entrepreneurs Guide: Running Your Own Business.'

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Would you like to learn how to get your dog to walk calmly by your side and come back when you call when off leash?

Would you like to know how to stop your dog from barking incessantly on command?

Would you like to know how to integrate an aggressive dog with other dogs and find out the crucial part you play in this?

Would you like to easily train your puppy and get it right from the start in order to stop unwanted behaviours from developing?

Is it your dream to work with dogs? Would you like to have your own business, pay your bills and make a difference in the world?

See Sharon's Udemy courses - you too can be doing all of this - and more!

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Sharon addresses dog training with a positive outlook and mindset that never relies on shouting or hitting. Her holistic approach to dog training includes working with the dog owner and the canine, teaching them to work as a harmonious unit. Her unique techniques have been embraced by troubled dog owners nationwide.

She empowers and educates dog owners, teaching them to read and understand their canine's body language. A natural communicator, Sharon maintains a schedule of speaking engagements throughout the year to assist dog owners eliminate their canine's unwanted actions and aggressive behaviours, tailoring presentations to accommodate her audience.

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Sharon embarked on a self-development journey over 19 years ago due to a mysterious illness that affected her nervous system which made walking very difficult.

During her journey she has been awarded diplomas in Nutrition and NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), become an accredited Journey Practitioner and Reiki Master and practiced Kinesiology and the Law of Attraction.

She had a thriving complementary therapy practice for over 10 years where she successfully worked with people with mental, physical, spiritual and emotional problems and healed her nervous system to full working order.

Sharon has traveled extensively throughout the world including Australia, America, India and Germany. She lives in England, with her husband and two dogs.

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