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Email info@underdogtraining.com.au and get excited for Underdog’s Daily Dog with Gilbert!

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Annette and Rick very recently adopted 4 year old “Pippa” the Staffy and sought out Underdog Training & Behaviours help in getting her settled into her new home. 

Whilst Pippa previously seems to have learnt that leaning into her collar and pulling like a steam train successfully got her to where she wanted to go(& therefore this behaviour becoming very self rewarding) it is wonderful to see Pippa responding so well to relearning it is only a loose lead that gets the rewards! (Whether that reward be: moving out the front gate, sniffing a tree, entering the park, getting a food treat)

Keep up the great work Pippa, Annette and Rick.

Annette and Rick very recently adopted 4 year old ...

40degrees outside...way too hot for an outside training walk again today, so our indoor activities continue! 
Buddy learnt a new trick today 😍

40degrees outside...way too hot for an outside tra...

Buddy loves a puzzle feeder challenge! 

We incorporated this into Buddy’s training walk today as it was super hot outside so our focus was on doing lots of indoor games & training. 
Feeding part of your dogs daily food allowance from interactive puzzle feeders such as this Nina Ottosson Dog Tornado, can be a great way to switch on your dogs brain, get them problem solving, help to build confidence and mentally tire them out!

A combination of physical exercise & mental stimulation is what we aim for with each of our training walk pooches. 

Good work today Buddy!

Buddy loves a puzzle feeder challenge! We incorp...

We think Cosmo is trying to weasel her way back into agility classes but at 15 years old, some short zoomies and then a long snooze will just have to do! What are your older dogs doing today?

We think Cosmo is trying to weasel her way back in...

Mia loves a game of Tug when out on her training walk. 

It is a great interactive handler/dog play reward for walking on a loose lead,  recall & building good impulse control. And its fun!!!

Mia is learning that for our game of tug to continue together, she must first “Give” it back to me, then wait patiently for the game to begin again. (We like to think of it as Mia saying please)

Well done Mia, we are so proud of your progress and your lovely manners!

Mia loves a game of Tug when out on her training w...

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