Posted on July 7th, 2020 in Dog Training Tutorials | No Comments »

Does it sometimes feel like your dog is walking you instead of the other way around? This week’s Training Tuesday Tutorial will help you begin to teach your dog the skill of loose leash walking. Paws & Think Trainer Michelle Goldner demonstrates with her dog, River. Be sure to check out last week’s video with information about the recommended equipment to teach your dog loose leash walking.

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Posted on June 30th, 2020 in Dog Training Tutorials | No Comments »

In this week’s Training Tuesday video, Paws & Think Trainer Michelle Goldner teaches us about equipment you can use to teach your dog the skill of loose leash walking. This video is helpful for anyone who wants to practice leash walking skills with their dog, and this skill is a prerequisite to our therapy dog training class.

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Posted on June 23rd, 2020 in Dog Training Tutorials | No Comments »

In this week’s Training Tuesday Tutorial, Paws & Think Trainer Michelle Goldner will focus on how to teach your dog to “Stay” for 30 seconds in the “Down” position. She demonstrates with her dog, Maui, who is a registered therapy dog with Paws & Think. Be sure to check out last week’s video on the “Down” cue along with our other Training Tutorials to practice with your dog at home!

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Posted on June 16th, 2020 in Dog Training Tutorials | No Comments »

Do you ever wish your dog could lay down on cue? Watch this video to learn how to teach your dog to do just that! Paws & Think Dog Trainer Michelle Goldner demonstrates with her dog, Maui, who is a registered therapy dog with Paws & Think. This video is great for anyone who is interested in training their dog, and the “down” cue is a prerequisite for our therapy dog training class.

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Posted on June 9th, 2020 in Dog Training Tutorials | No Comments »

It’s time for another Training Tuesday Tutorial! Paws & Think Dog Trainer Michelle Goldner demonstrates how to teach the “sit” and “stay” cues with her dog, Maui, who is a registered therapy dog with Paws & Think. This video is great for anyone who is interested in training their dog, and these cues are prerequisites for our therapy dog training class.

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Posted on May 26th, 2020 in Dog Training Tutorials | No Comments »

Happy Training Tuesday! This week’s tutorial video will help you teach your dog the “touch” cue. Paws & Think’s Lead Dog Trainer Kimberly Trimpe demonstrates with her dog Frannie, who is a graduate of our Youth-Canine Program. Teaching the “touch” cue will help your dog to learn targeting skills. Kim also talks about the importance of marking the behavior for your dog with positive rewards before adding a verbal cue to ensure your dog can learn the behavior you want.

Paws & Think uses positive reinforcement training methods for all our programs. These videos are to help you learn at home with your dog and to share the benefits of positive reinforcement training methods with our community. If you’d like to support these training videos and other Paws & Think programming, please consider donating at www.pawsandthink.org/donate


Posted on May 19th, 2020 in Dog Training Tutorials | No Comments »

It’s Training Tuesday!¬†This tutorial video will help you teach your dog the “watch” cue. Paws & Think’s Lead Dog Trainer Kimberly Trimpe demonstrates with her dog Frannie, who is a graduate of our Youth-Canine Program. Teaching your dog to make eye contact using the “watch” cue helps lay a solid training foundation that will help with other aspects of training as well.

Paws & Think uses positive reinforcement training methods for all our programs. These videos are to help you learn at home with your dog and to share the benefits of positive reinforcement training methods with our community. If you’d like to support these training videos and other Paws & Think programming, please consider donating at pawsandthink.org/donate


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