Focus On Impulse Control:

Turn Every Session to WIN-WIN for You and Your Dog!

Your Agility Score Indicates an Impulse Control Focus

Building value for you is critically important for dogs at either end of the “drive” spectrum. Your assessment shared with us that your dog needs more focus on self control.

When you look at training as a “game within a game” you will find JOY in channelling your dog’s drives rather than be frustrated with the feeling that you’re trying to control the uncontrollable.

Building value for you can be accomplished with a purposeful training plan and injection of interactive games into your training to help you work on your dog’s impulse control when excited in work.

Share with us your best email address in the form below and receive my “Focus on Impulse Control” ebook to add focus and impulse control into your training.

To help you even further, you will have access to our new four-part series on “Building Effective Training Plans for Dog Agility” which is starting very soon.

Susan Garrett & the Say Yes Team