Do you have a dog that gets easily distracted, one that just does not seem to be able to focus on the task at hand. Very commonly this is an issue of motivation not that your dog has a scatter brain. Rethink of its less as distraction but more of a change of focus.
My dog is more focused on the dogs plying on the other side of the field, than the treats in my hand. Motivation is key in winning back your dogs attention from all of the competing motivators in their environment. The two biggest motivators i use are toys and food, depending on their value for the dog i am working with. I use THE most motivating to make sure my dog knows i am the gatekeeper to their favorite thing.
This E-book will outline how to decide on which motivator to use, how to use it, and how to increase it to its absolute maximum so that we have an amazing tool in getting our dogs attention and focus in almost any situation. Yes yes i know, I can hear what some of you are thinking my dog hates food and hates toys, we go through some troubleshooting, and guess what, for some dogs we may have to get creative, but the truth is if your dog is alive they have to find something motivating, for some even the opportunity to do nothing.
Lets show you how!
Concepts of Motivation
Do you have a dog that gets easily distracted, one that just does not seem to be able to focus on the task at hand.