The RCT Skills Streaming Collection

The RCT Skills Streaming Collection

Looking for things to teach your pup, help your foster or shelter dog get adopted, to add to your class curriculum or bring to your clients? The Skills Collection is a great set of videos that can help all dogs.

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1. Puppy Politeness Poker

Puppy Politeness Poker (PPP) teaches your dog to be attentive & cooperative, even when excited. Easy, quick interactions throughout the day using real life rewards (RLR) create positive changes in your dog/human relationship.

Suitable for any age, PPP features:

  • real-life rewards
  • self-control skills
  • improved communication
  • force-free, no equipment necessary
  • non-confrontational
  • suitable for dogs with aggression or other behavior issues

Learn to:

  • Create your dog’s CAN DO! and WILL DO lists
  • Set the bar for expectations
  • “Offer on/offer gone”
  • Find PPP opportunities in your daily life
  • Create new PPP challenges
  • Work PPP with multiple dogs

As a part of daily life, attentive cooperation becomes the natural response from the dog. Even 7-8 week old puppies can learn PPP, a great foundation for any pup. PPP is ideal for teaching teenage dogs self control, and can help rebalance the relationship in humane, effective, force-free ways. For rescue & foster dogs PPP offers a way for the dog to feel good about working with people.

2. Go Say Hi 1 2 3

GO SAY HI 1-2-3 is an RCT technique that focuses on developing greeting skills.

Appropriate for any age dog, Go Say Hi 1-2-3/People is a fun and easy to teach technique that works well in a class setting. Go Say Hi 1-2-3 is a win-win situation for the dog. The dog remains in connection with handler, learns self control, and receives the reward of social interaction plus rewards from handler for disengaging from the greeting.

For the dog who enjoys greeting people, it’s all good! For dogs that do not find social interactions rewarding, Go Say Hi 1-2-3 provides a clearly structured interaction that is brief, and where treats are used to make things enjoyable. Both the briefness of the structured greeting and the rewards help to raise the dog’s confidence about going forward to strangers.

Go Say Hi 1-2-3 provides handlers with specific actions to help their dog learn, and a way to structure greetings to be brief but satisfying – and successful! Handlers are surprised by and pleased with how quickly the dogs learn to sit on a loose leash, make voluntary eye contact and wait for explicit permission.

3.  Really Real Relaxation

Creating authentic & connected relaxation with your dog.

“Oh, why can’t you just relax!?”

Sound familiar? But using the Really Real Relaxation protocol, you can teach your dog to relax with a few simple steps.

Really Real Relaxation (RRR) helps your dog learn to choose relaxation – for himself, while remaining connected to you. Developed by trainer Suzanne Clothier, RRR can be taught in as little as one session, and can be used anywhere you go with your dog.

  • Easy to teach any dog
  • Suitable for all dogs of all ages
  • A must-have addition to any class or private training
  • Ideal for shelter & rescue dogs

Your dog can join dogs around the world already enjoying authentic, connected relaxation with their people!

4. I’ll Be Back and I’ll Be Right Here!

Leaving is so hard to do!

This webinar focuses on two common but rarely addressed issues. Both are important life skills for any dog.

1. I’ll Be Back – leaving your dog while you move away. Maybe you’re just going to another room, to walk an agility course, grab the mail, or run to the bathroom. But your worried dog frets and wails. How do you reassure your pal that you’ll be back? Being able to be left is an important life skill, and it must be taught deliberately. This webinar covers Suzanne’s simple & effective “I’ll Be Back” technique, perfect for the worried dog (not a self-injuring separation anxiety dog).

2. I’ll Be Right Here – having your dog leave you with someone else. For some dogs, leaving their handler and walking off with another person (familiar or strange) is distressing, sometimes to the point of panic. Suzanne’s “Starburst” technique helps dog develop the skill and confidence to move away from their handler in a calm, relaxed way. Instead of trying to lure the dog with food or toys, Suzanne’s approach uses the handler as the reward.

Silver Members save 10%, Gold Members save 15% on this product. Please remember to use your Member Discount Code at checkout.

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