Develop your dogs hidden intelligence to eliminate bad behaviour and create the obedient well behaved pet of your dreams!
Most dog training programs today focus primarily on teaching dogs specific commands and behaviors, but fail to engage the dog on a mental level and develop their intelligence.
This can lead to a lack of progress in training, as well as the persistence of problem behaviors.
Research shows that dogs require more than just physical exercise, they also need mental stimulation to keep their minds active and healthy.
Dogs that lack mental stimulation are more likely to develop problem behaviors such as barking, digging, and destructiveness.
I’d like to introduce you to Adrienne Farricelli
Adrienne is a professional CPDT-KA certified dog trainer living in Arizona with her husband and their two amazing Rottweilers, Einstein and Petra. Needless to say, they are passionate about dogs and absolutely love what she does.
Adrienne has also: Had her work featured in USA Today and Every Dog magazine. Contributed to eHow and All Experts. Helped thousands of struggling dog owners all over the world. Run a successful cage-less board and train company. Provided training to service dogs for military veterans!
Adrienne Farricelli has been working professionally with dogs for more than a decade. She got her start in 2006 working in an animal hospital, and in 2007 she started volunteering at the local shelter, where she fostered and trained pets in need of temporary homes.
She is currently a certified dog trainer and behavior consultant. She holds dual certification in dog training. In 2010, after undergoing more than 200 hours of apprenticeship under a master dog trainer, she became certified by the Italian Association for Dog Trainers and Canine Consultants.
After teaching basic and advanced obedience classes in Missouri and spending the summer teaching Canine Musical Freestyle, she obtained certification by the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CPDT-KA®) in the United States.
Hi dog lover,
No matter what your dog’s problem behavior is…
Be it jumping, peeing inappropriately, aggression, pulling on the leash…or whatever…
There is ONE SOLUTION that can help STOP this problem now
The sad fact is…
Most Dog trainers miss this solution entirely.
They give you cookie cutting training programs.
They use outdated and ‘mean’ dominance techniques.
Or worse yet…
They have no qualifications and are complete phonies.
So what’s the answer to stopping your Dog’s behavior problems?
In 4 simple words…
Discovering your dog’s hidden intelligence.
Let me explain…
In my 10 years as a certified trainer…there’s ONE BIG LESSON I have learned.
More intelligent dogs are better behaved.
A More intelligent dog takes commands easier
…and understands what you need from them.
The good news is…
No matter how clever you think your dog is.
You can >>>unlock their hidden intelligence quickly and easily.
>>>I’ll explain everything on this page.
Don’t waste a second longer coping with problem behaviors you don’t need to be dealing with.
PS Check out the brain training for Dogs course now. It’s great for eliminating any bad behaviors by tapping into your dog’s hidden intelligence.
a review of the brain training for dogs program
There are many training courses available for dog owners. Some of them waste the time you put into your efforts because of their ineffectiveness. Some provide old school techniques and some are just plain abusive to your canine companion. If you are in dire need of finding a program that will work in training your dog, puppy, canine, fur-baby or whatever term you may use to call your four-legged friend, please read my Brain Training for Dogs review. I’ve seen a number of training techniques in my many years of having a dog and trying to train it to have proper behavior. Some of them are developed by phoneys with no education or certification. Ultimately their techniques were ineffective and in some cases physically harmful to my beloved pet.
When I used this program and applied the training, nearly all of the bad behaviors my dog had were resolved. Now let’s be honest, not every program is going to fix every behavior in dogs, but when one program address the overwhelmingly large number of them, then it is one worth considering!
Because of my personal results with this program and hearing comments from other certified trainers I know; I can definitely feel confident that the techniques used in this training are well substantiated and valid.
I want to share with you what comes with the program, what you can expect to gain in using the program and certainly make you aware of the things that in my opinion could be changed.
Plus! I want to show you some short videos of the training in action applying a basic training game as demonstrated from the training coming from the program.
Ms. Farricelli is a force-free trainer using scientifically based training methods focused on the rewarding world of positive reinforcement training. CCPDT requires her to continue her education, so she is often attending seminars to keep up-to-date with the latest dog training and behavior-modification trends.
Adrienne publishes a dog blog on HubPages and her work has appeared in such online publications as: Daily Puppy, Nest Pets, Paw Nation, eHow, and several print publications such as USA Today, Everydog magazine and the APDT Chronicle of the Dog. Recently she contributed a chapter to the book Puppy Socialization: An Insider’s Guide to Dog Behavioral Fitness, by Caryl Wolff, which includes contributions from renowned experts Dr. Ian Dunbar, Dr. Carmen Battaglia, Dr. Ed Bailey, Dr. Michael Fox, and Peter and Nancy Vollmer.
Adrienne currently lives in Arizona with her beloved Rottweilers, Petra and Einstein, and her husband, Alex.