Start Improving Your Dog’s Behavior In Less Than 5 Minutes A Day
By making a few small changes to your normal routine, you can start training your dog to be a better companion, playmate, and to be the pride of the park.
You can train your dog to become an absolute joy to come home to, knowing they watch out for you, your family, and your home. In less time than you think, you can start enjoying one of life’s best friendships.
The Most Common Dog Training Mistakes
(You’re Probably Making Them Now)
Lacking Team Spirit
It’s easy to think of your dog as separate from yourself – an “animal to be trained” – but that isn’t really what is happening. In a session, you are both learning skills and learning about each other, thus, your mood and how you feel impacts success. Your dog can be affected by your frustration and disappointment, even if you think you are hiding it. So show up prepared for mistakes (on both your parts) and in good spirits or wait… for a better time. Think and act as a good partner with team spirit and you will have a better connection and get better results.
Training Before You Really Understand (Or Can Communicate With) Your Dog
Your dog is always trying to communicate with you, but their communication can be subtle just like when you narrow your eyes and crinkle your nose. Dogs use body language, movement, smells and some sound to communicate. And most people miss important messages their dog is trying to tell to them… which results in behavior problems that could’ve been avoided entirely.
Correcting your dog without training the behavior you WANT!
It’s easy to say “No!” and it may stop your dog for a bit, but chances are your dog will repeat the behavior because it is rewarding in some way. Even if that behavior makes you mad, if it’s the only attention your dog gets, it’s better than no attention at all. So instead of telling your dog, “No”, teach the behavior you actually want and make it rewarding – more rewarding than the behavior you want to stop and you’ll both be happier.
Training Your Dog Doesn’t Have to Be Hard
Follow These 3 Easy Steps To Improve Your Dog’s Behavior
1. Discover What Really Makes Your Dog Tick
Better understand how your dog thinks and why your dog behaves the way he/she does… so you can communicate in a way your dog understands.
Then you can…
2. Build A Better Relationship With Your Dog
Which allows you to…
3. Improve Your Dog’s Behavior
So you can…
…Enjoy One Of Life’s Best Friendships!
"Our dogs absolutely adore Dr. Lincoln. Our meetings were the highlight of my week."
Improve Your Dog’s Behavior Too…
Growing up, I had an undeniable passion for animal behavior and training. Which lead me to pursue behavior medicine and dog sports, specifically dog agility competition.
Now, I’ve always had high-energy, strong-willed dogs (several of them in fact). So I know exactly what it’s like to deal with dogs that have a tendency to misbehave, not listen… much less obey, and can be anti-social or aggressive.
Because of my love for animals I also became a veterinarian. There was just one problem… while I was able to treat their medical or health issues, many dogs were still at risk of being euthanized due to behavior problems.
And after years of seeing dog owners struggle with common behavior problems that are easily resolved with proper training, I couldn’t take it anymore – I had to help.
So I left clinical practice to focus on behavior medicine and professional dog training so I could help others, like you, improve your dog’s behavior too.
– Introducing –
Play To Behave’s
Improve Your Dog’s Behavior
Module 1: Health
Underlying health issues can cause your dog to be irritable, unresponsive, over-reactive, and unfocused. This makes any attempt to change unwanted behaviors a frustrating if not impossible experience.
You’ll learn how to determine if your dog has underlying health issues and what to do about it.
Module 2: Environment
An unpredictable environment, can increase unwanted behavior and increase the safety risks.
In this module, you’ll learn how to create a predictable environment and help prevent unwanted behaviors.
Module 3: Relationship
When you don’t understand your dog, and your dog doesn’t understand you, they don’t learn or behave the way you want them to.
In this module, you’ll learn how to better understand and communicate with your dog so you can build trust, confidence, and a feeling of security for your dog. (and you have more control over those behaviors).
Module 4: Behavior Modification
If your dog is fearful, anxious, overexcited, or unmotivated they’ll struggle to learn.
In this module, you’ll learn some ways to change not just how your dog behaves, but how they feel.
Module 5: Training
In this module, you’ll learn, step-by-step, how to teach your dog the most important skills they need to know. Using positive training methods, your dog will know exactly what you want them to do.
The specific training skills will allow you to get good at the method, timing, and communication with your dog, building your confidence while giving you more of the behavior you want from your dog.
Module 6: Medications and Supplements
Medications and supplements can be expensive, with no guarantee of working, not to mention all the potential side effects.
There’s no such thing as a “magic pill”, so in this module, you’ll learn the pros and cons of medications and supplements that affect your dog’s behavior and find out how to avoid one of the biggest mistakes.
"I've always known that dogs are intuitive and people pleasers, but your communications lessons opened my eyes. Thank you so much!"
– Sophie Ruiz
Improve Your Dog’s Behavior
Improve Your Dog's Behavior Course
- Full Lifetime Access to the Online Course
- “Improve Your Dog’s Behavior”
- 7 modules / 36+ videos
- + All Future Course Upgrades
Frequently Asked Questions
What age dog is the course designed for?
Does this course cover all behavior problems?
How do I get access to the training?
Are you a "positive trainer"?
My puppy is aggressive and just bit my friend! Can this help me?
Do you ever punish a dog?
In short: No. There is no need for fear, force or pain.
"Dr. Lincoln has the well-being of dogs at the top of her list, which helps us better understand and improve our relationship with our dogs, so life is better for all of us."
– Deborah and Mike Edwards