The "Perfect Dog" course

A quick and easy way to a well-behaved dog.

What will I get with this course?

This course of 13 videos covers ALL the dog training essentials. Teach important tricks and commands, play skill-forming games and make the bond with your dog stronger every day.

What will my dog learn by the end of this course?

Your dog will learn all the essential skills, such as, name recall, walking on a loose leash and leaving things on the ground. On top of that, you can teach your dog great tricks.

Can a newbie dog parent handle training on his own?

Sure! All our videos come with clear step-by-step instructions and are easy to follow even for a newbie.

I have an older dog. Is it still possible to train them?

Of course it is possible! Dogs can learn at any age and this course is aimed at teaching adult dogs specifically.

Course program

Tricks and important behaviors

A self-control “Zen” game
This is a very important basic game that teaches a dog to focus on the object that is shown by the owner.

The “Paw” command
This basic command is a perfect foundation for many other impressive tricks. When practicing this trick, it is important that your dog works with their both front paws.

The “Shoo-Shoo” game
The “Shoo-Shoo” game helps to drive your dog’s interest in training and interacting with you. With the Shoo-Shoo game, training becomes more fun for your dog as they hunt down treats.

How to stop your dog from jumping on people
This simple game will teach your dog to stop jumping on people and start greeting everyone more politely.

Nose target. The “Touch” command
A Nose target is a very easy exercise that draws your dog’s concentration to your palm. Perfecting this exercise will help you to teach your dog many useful commands in the future.

Right spin, left spin
These tricks will teach your dog to follow your hand, as well as teaching coordination and agility.

The “Weave” trick
This is quite a simple trick that teaches the dog to work near your legs. The idea of the trick is that the dog is on your right or your left, and they move to the other side between your legs when you take a step.

Basic obedience commands

The “Leave it” command. The “Yes/No” game
This game introduces your dog to the prohibition command in a stress-free way.

The “Sit” command
The “Sit” command is one of the most important commands your dog will ever learn. It is a way to help your dog settle in one place and focus on you.

The “Stand” command
The “Stand” command is very useful in many ways. You can use it at the vet’s office for procedures or when bathing or grooming your furry friend.

The “Down” command
The “Down” command is essential for your dog’s impulse control. With the help of the “Down” command, it would be easier to control your pooch both indoors and outdoors.

The “Give it” command
This lesson shows you how to teach your dog the “Give it” command. If you want your dog to be interested in giving things to you, you’ve got to show them the benefits of giving.

The “Look at me” command
In this lesson, we are going to talk about the “Look at me” game. This exercise is very simple and useful, especially for dogs that don’t pay much attention to their humans during walks.

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Frequently asked questions

The main aim of the course is to help you raise an obedient, well-mannered dog who is a pleasure to live with.

All our courses are based on positive reinforcement —the most humane training method which is getting more and more popular around the world. Caring dog owners want to raise their pets without resorting to punishment, pulling or shouting at the dog. That’s why they choose positive reinforcement. What’s more, science-based, force-free training methods are proven to be more effective and they ensure that you develop a much healthier, happier relationship with your dog.

Yes! Our video lessons come with clear step-by-step instructions and even a novice dog owner can follow them. In addition, self-training helps to strengthen the bond between you and your dog.

The sooner you start training your dog, the better. That is, start training your pet right from the moment he arrives at your house. However, it doesn’t mean it will be impossible to train your dog later; dogs are smart and they can learn at any age. It  will only take more time to learn and practice new commands.

It is very important to learn how to give commands and praise your dog correctly. Start with the simplest and easy-to-follow exercises and games. 

You should also understand what motivates your dog best and choose the best reinforcement based on that. 

Watch our video lessons to understand what motivates your pet and find out which commands to teach your puppy or adult dog.

Don’t forget that dogs love to learn at any age.

Your dog may bark excessively for the following reasons:

  1. They try to manipulate you — they may ask for attention, beg for food or make you play with them. In these cases, do not reinforce your pet’s barking by interacting with them. Be patient as your dog is very likely to bark more loudly and more insistently. But without your reaction, this behavior will fade.
  2. Your dog is over-excited. In this case, you’ll have to work with your dog’s mental condition. You’ll need to teach your dog self-control and concentration and do some relaxation and anxiety-relieving exercises.  
  3. Barking is your dog’s response to noises, whispers or any other loud sounds. In this case, record the disturbing sounds on your phone (or ask someone to reproduce them) and gradually familiarize your dog with those noises. 

You can find a step-by-step guide on how to familiarize your dog with noises, self-control and relaxing exercises in our training courses.

Biting objects and even our hands is one of the ways puppies explore the world. And it is very important to teach the puppy to control the strength of his bite.

We never punish or scold the puppy for nipping, instead, we use the following method. When you play with your puppy, let him nip your hands. Continue playing until he bites especially hard. When he does, immediately give a high-pitched yelp, as if you’re hurt. The puppy should understand that you feel pain.

If yelling doesn’t help, and it makes your puppy even more excited, take time-outs and stop your interaction.

If you can’t cope with your puppy’s biting and nipping on your own, watch our step-by-step video tutorial.

If your dog doesn’t follow your commands, it means they are not quite clear about what is going on, what they should do and what the benefits of following your commands are. Or maybe the commands are too difficult for your dog at this stage of learning.

So what should you do in this case?

  1. First of all, learn the basic model for training commands which is both simple and effective, and follow it. 
  2. Divide the learning of any command into several stages and choose the reward your dog likes the best. 
  3. Learn the following scheme: a command ➡ a marker of correct behavior ➡ a praise ➡ a treat.

Don’t make training sessions too difficult or too long; make them short but regular.

Make sure the verbal marker of correct behavior is given at the exact moment your dog performs a desired action.

You can find the basic model for learning commands, training session rules and lessons on how to praise your dog right in our all-in-one video course.

What dog parents say about the EveryDoggy courses

«Very clear and easy-to-follow lessons. My puppy likes training and we’ve both learned a lot.»
Megan and Leo
«The "Zen" command makes wonders. Thanks to it, my dog is super-calm at the veterinary clinic during procedures.»
Linda B.
«These lessons are extremely important, especially those with self-control exercises. My Jonny has quickly learned to not jump on my guests. However, my buddy still pulls on the leash but we follow your advice and make progress every day.»
Caroline Shaw
«Thanks for the clicker-training lesson. I’ve heard it’s very popular but it was unclear how to use it. I’ve quickly familiarized my dog with the clicker and now we have started to learn tricks.»
Jake L.

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