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Develops your Dog's "Hidden Intelligence" To eliminate bad behavior and Create the obedient, well-behaved pet of your dreams…
The science behind brain training's system of correcting bad behaviors is simple. You may have heard of the idea of ‘neuroplasticity’ in the human brain. It's a well established idea researched heavily at Harvard and other leading universities. In other words – our brains are like soft plastic – always capable of molding and changing to learn new habits and behaviors. Well your dog's brain is the EXACT same. With the right mental stimulation and training… (That you will get in my program) your dog's brain will become more open and receptive to learning new information. Your dog will listen to you and better understand what you are telling him to do. When this happens - your dog's bad behaviors simply fade away as more desirable ones appear in their place. The bottom line is…More intelligent Dogs are better behaved and more obedient. It makes perfect sense if you think about it. A more intelligent dog has the capacity to take commands easier and understand what you need from him. When you stimulate your dog's mind correctly with a very specific set of brain training games
The Brain Training creator (Adrienne Farricelli) is well known and published by authority websites and magazines including USA Today. She is also a CPDT-KA certified dog trainer with many years of experience, so you can be safe in the knowledge that everything she teaches is safe and effective.
The Brain Training for Dogs member’s area is jam-packed with information owners can use to train their dog in the most effective way. It includes a puppy training section, two online training courses to boost intelligence, obedience, and behavior, over 100 articles tackling a huge range of behavior problems (as well as doggy behavior and psychology), and a private forum frequented by Adrienne.