Frequently Asked Questions Pertaining to Our Live Dog Training Webinar Video Recordings
Will I be Able to Learn Dog Training Via Webinar Video Recordings?
Most people will be able to easily follow and learn. With these videos, even though we are teaching many students at any given time, each participant will feel as thought we are speaking directly to them on a one to one basis. Learning is therefore at its optimal.
Will I be Able to Ask Question During the LIVE Lessons?
Unfortunately not because these are recordings of webinars we previously conducted and not LIVE webinars. However we do have affordably priced packages where we combine online learning with home visits by our trainers. Do call us for details.
But What if I Still Fail to Learn?
We all learn in different ways. While many will be able to pick up these skills via watching our dog training video lessons, some may require hands on training. If you feel live hands on dog training is still the better option for you, then check out our dog obedience classes page.
Do I Have to Practice With My Dogs In Between Lessons?
You definitely must. Dogs learn from repetition. If you are not prepared to put in the effort to train your dogs in between lessons, your dog will not be able to learn. This is so even if you sign up for tradition hands on dog training classes.
How Much Time Must I Spend Each Day Training My Dogs
You should keep each session short. About 5 to 10 minutes per session initially, especially if you have a puppy, as their attention span is usually very short. You should quit each session on a high with the puppy or dog wanting more. That said, you can have multiple sessions per day (if your time permits). The more sessions you do, the faster your dog learns.