In the online course, you will learn the basics of understanding in training dogs using “play & praise” reward system without the use of treats, tools, force or domination.
You will also learn the followings:
- Learn how dogs learn.
- Learn how to get a solid result out of your training program.
- Fun dog training plan
- Learn the 6 common and basic obedience commands
- How to practice the commands
- Learn how to walk your dog on a loose leash
- Weekly and monthly homework and challenges
- And much more
This course is designed and build to help you build a solid, healthy and long lasting relationship with your dog while training the basic obedience course. The course is ideal for dogs starting at age 3 months old.
There’s no other course like this in the planet (as far as we know). There is no other online dog training system and module available. You will be one of the few who is going to be able to experience and benefit form this method of dog training, play & praise reward dog training system without the use of treats, aversive tools, force or domination .
Your dog and your relationship will be like no other.
Tommy is a rescue dog, he was only 5 months old when we adopted him. We never had a dog before, so we really started from ground zero. It became clear very early on that he was a sweet dog with an easy going nature. However, he had no training, no leash training, no putty training, nothing.
Tommy was very eager to learn and because of the education we have received from Saro, we have been able to build a trusting and loving relationship with Tommy which we hope to maintain for many years to come.
Thank you Saro for your wisdom and leadership. Manuela, Arturo and Tommy
I have two Duck Tollers, but the one who has benefitted most from Saro’s method of dog training is Qantas. Qantas came to us at nine months old. He was to be a show dog and was co-owned by his breeder and another family who, unfortunately, did not treat him well. His breeder repossessed him and asked if we could take this unhappy little dog and give him a loving, forever home as a pet rather than a show dog. Qantas arrived with the type of attitude and baggage that I had never had to deal with before in a pet. He was undisciplined, unbalanced, unsure and reacted adversely when confronted by approaching strangers. He had a frightening habit of jumping up and nipping when disciplined in any way. I felt I had to get some help and advice and through an Internet search found Saro.
I highly recommend Saro’s training system. Be prepared to pay attention though. You will need to take everything you learned back home and you will be expected to teach your family members the same training methods. This will only work if everyone is on the same page at home.
Cheryl with Qantas and Levi (Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers)
I have a beautiful mix breed dog named Josh. In the beginning, I met with dog trainers and tried different programs that I thought would be best for Josh. It was a very confusing time for both Josh and me. We weren’t getting very far until we met Saro.
Before we started training with Saro Josh and I were both feeling confused which led to Josh having challenges with recall and listening to my directions. I was struggling with my own confidence and emotions.
When we met Saro and was introduced to his training program I felt a great sense of relief. I watched Saro with Josh and learned that I was influencing Josh’s behaviour.
It was no longer confusing for Josh and me as we continued through the program with Saro. It took time and patience. I learned that the greatest treat or gift you can give your best friend is time, training without treats or alpha moves.
We continued to train with Saro and can say that Josh’s challenging behaviours changed as we learned together how to communicate.
I highly recommend Saro’s dog training program. Josh does too! We are so thankful for having to meet and work with Saro.
Thank you Josh and Heather
Flint is a 3 1/2-year-old purebred miniature poodle. We brought him home at 5 months of age. He was our first puppy so I knew we both needed to go for training. For the first year, we did basic and intermediate obedience classes at a “big box” pet store. The training was treat/food based which was only partly successful (Flint is not particularly food oriented) The “classroom” was in the store, lots of distractions and noise which was not conducive to early training with an excitable young dog. Although we “practiced” daily I did not feel we were progressing well. Upon meeting Saro the owner and trainer at the first class I saw very quickly that his method of training was quite different to what we had experienced before. No treats/food/clickers or force was used.
Saro is obviously a dog lover …he is kind and caring and oh so patient with the dogs AND their owners. Saro is NOT a miracle worker BUT if you are willing to learn and be open to new ideas he will teach you the tools to train your dog to be balanced. He will encourage you and your dog to be the best that you can be.
I work with Flint every day building on what I have learned and learning new things. I do not hesitate to recommend Saro at every opportunity and I know Flint would too. Try it for yourself and see what a difference can be made to YOU and your DOG!