The absolute beginning of all animal training lies in two principles: 1: Any behaviour that is rewarded will be seen more frequently. 2: Any behaviour that is âpunishedâ (in animal learning theory, punishment is defined as a ânegative outcomeâ) will be seen less...read more
How to teach your dog the concept of âNOâ and what you can then apply it to. (You teach what you allow) No matter the age of your dog, he or she is able to grasp the concept of âNOâ. It is the single most important word your dog needs to understand. Without it, he or...(831) 239-2835
Problem behaviours are often a sign that a dog is not receiving all he or she needs in a given situation, or day to day. It can also be a sign that an individual dog may not understand how to behave in a way that is socially acceptable to people. If you have found...read more
EduCanine Dog Training
Here at Canine Behaviour and Training, we useÂ animal learning theory to understand how learning takes place within the animal brain. We combine this withÂ the psychology of dogs to understand how best to communicate with them in each given situation.
Our trainingÂ takes place in real life situations, dealing with problems as they arise and teaching you how to deal with confusion or mis-communication as it happens.