If you’re looking for dog training online, you’re probably interested in two things:
First, does it work?
Second, how much does it cost?
So today we’ll have a look at a new and increasingly popular online dog training course, Brain Training For Dogs.
In this review, we’ll look in detail at those two questions and more:
- Brain Training for Dog’s Philosophy
- What their course covers
- How much is it to sign up?
- Can you try risk-free?
- What sort of results do they get?
Read through to get a good idea if Brain Training For Dogs is right for you and your furry friend. And be sure to check out the special offer at the end of the review!
Brain Training for Dog’s Philosophy
This course, as you can guess from the title, focuses on developing your dog’s mental ability to make it more obedient.
It has been specially designed by Adrienne Farricelli, a professional CPDT-KA certified dog trainer with ten years’ experience helping dogs become much-loved family pets.
How does this help you?
She has put all of her experience into this course, crafting a carefully-constructed dog training program that helps you to engage your dog on a mental level.
You may be wondering:
What does it mean to engage with my dog on a mental level? And how does it help to train them?
The more you stimulate someone’s brain (whether that’s a human or a dog!), the more that brain is able to learn and take in new information.
If you think about it, it makes sense. Naughty children are often bored and want attention. Dogs aren’t that different to humans!
A bored dog is more likely to misbehave and ignore your commands. A dog whose brain is stimulated and alert is more likely to listen to you and learn more!
This is the philosophy of Brain Training For Dogs:
Do the right games exercises with your dog and they will become more obedient, learn quicker, and lose their bad behaviours.
Want to get more of a feel for their approach? Check out this free video:
What the course covers
You’re probably thinking:
How does this idea of stimulating your dog’s brain translate into an online course?
Adrienne Farricelli, the creator of the program, has split things into 7 sections.
You start at ‘Preschool’, where you and your pet dog learn the basics:
Things like how to keep their attention and how to hold eye contact to improve communication.
Next is ‘Elementary School’. This uses games to build on the foundations from the first module to get your dog to start to follow your commands.
Then comes ‘High School’, ‘College’…all the way through to module seven, ‘Einstein’!
Through these modules Adrienne continues to use the game-based approach to help you and your dog learn in a fun way.
She covers every problem you might have come across, including potty training, barking, digging, chewing, and aggression.
How are these modules delivered?
Adrienne provides clear written instructions for every section, including both pictures and videos to demonstrate the brain training games.
There is more written content here than some of the other online courses, but with video to support I don’t think this detracts from the course at all.
And if you like having written instructions to refer to, it’s great!
How much is it to sign up?
The big question:
What does this in-depth course actually cost?
Adrienne estimates that hiring a trainer in person with as much experience as her could cost you $350 an hour.
I think this is probably on the expensive side, but she has a point:
Working one-on-one with qualified dog trainers costs a lot.
In contrast, the Brain Training for Dogs course, which is comprehensive and incredibly well-researched, retails at $97.
And, for a limited time, it is available at a special launch price of $47.
(Courses will often give special discounts when they start to make sure people try them out and tell their friends)
For the $97 dollars (or $47 if you’re quick enough to get the launch price), you get full access to the Brain Training for Dogs program plus some special bonus features, including access to their private dog owners forum and the ability to submit questions directly to Adrienne.
We think that’s pretty good value all-in-all.
Can you try risk-free?
It’s natural to have concerns before you buy: until you try something you can’t be sure it’s right for you.
Brain Training For Dogs offers a no-questions-asked money back policy for 60 days after you buy the course.
If you feel like the program isn’t working, for any reason, you can get a full refund for 60 days after you purchase.
So while there is no ‘free trial’, you can rest assured you will get your money back if it doesn’t work out.
What sort of results do they get?
One final thing to mention:
Brain Training For Dogs has some really positive independent reviews online from dog owners who have bought the course and loved it.
Tracey Mundt gave it 5 out of 5: “Dog-friendly from start to finish. Refreshing and Innovative. So many dog training books are just a rehash, or rewrite of existing methods.”
Darryl also gave it 5 stars: “I have found this book to be invaluable as both a training tool and a new way to have fun with my dog.”
And they also have testimonials on the Brain Training for Dogs site: “We were able to easily understand and apply the instructions with our fur baby Sola” says Shinobu, while Rosemary reckons, “I really love this approach to dog training and my dogs do too!”
Safe to say, it’s popular program with those who use it!
Brain Training for Dogs is usually $97, but for a limited time only, click the link below to get the special introductory price of just $47!
An in-depth, comprehensive training program with a unique, intelligence-building approach. Nothing else quite like it on the market - it's great!
- Well-structured progression
- Improves your dog's behaviour AND intelligence
- Created by professional CPDT-KA certified dog trainer
- Not quick fix - this needs commitment!