Behaviour Modification is the practice of changing how a dog thinks about something and how it then chooses to respond to it.
Behaviour modification training is usually done in private sessions, but some behaviour like barking, jumping on visitors and destroying stuff is so common that we have chosen to address them in classes.
These classes are a unique offer from Canine Code, and a great way to improve your dog’s manners at home. In particular, look out for our workshop called A Packleader’s House Rules, explaining the formula for understanding why your dog decides to listen to you - or not.
Stop your dog from jumping on strangers in public
Confidently let your dog off leash near children
Train your dog to stay away from picnic blankets$55
Enjoy walking your dog on a loose leash
Learn to train with your leg, so you can relax your arm
Experience dramatic improvement within just 15 minutes!$55
Trust your dog to come back when off leash
Bring home an easy to follow recipe for continuous improvement
Great for playful four-legged teenagers$55
Teach your dog to stop at road kerbes, even when off leash
Guard your dog against the most tempting and distracting situations
Ensure the safety of your most loving friend$55
|Sunday 7/2/21 at 7.30am||Recall/ Come When Called||Suitable for dogs over the age of 18 weeks. There is NO requirement to have trained with Kira before attending this class.
Teach your dog to respond to your call, even when playing with other dogs in the park. Yes -its is possible!
|Sunday 7/2/21 at 8.45am||Loose Leash Walking 1||Suitable for dogs over 18 weeks that strongly pull forward on the leash.
Discover the bliss of walking your dog without being pulled down the street or having to yank at its neck. This method takes a little practice, so the workshop stretches over two sessions. For the full benefit, attendants must attend both workshop 1 and 2 (priced at $45 individually). All attendants will be sent the LLW1 fast-track video as an opportunity to prepare in advance and/or revise after the class.
|Sunday 7/2/21 at 10.15am||Road Safety||Suitable for dogs over 18 weeks. Teach your dog not to run across the road, even when chasing a ball or wanting to go meet another dog. We practice along a quiet road with the dogs on long-lines (provided by us). It's a great idea to bring your dogs' favourite toys or balls, so we can make the scenario even more realistic for them.||BOOK IT!|
|Saturday 9am 20/02.21||No Jumping On People||Suitable for dogs over 20 weeks.
Their dog jumping on strangers is one of the most common problems for my clients. It's hard to train the dogs out of doing it, without the help from strangers. In this class, we will help each other pose as decoys!
|VIRTUAL LEARNING||The demand for our workshops is often greater than what we can cater for. If your choice of workshop is not currently advertised or sold out, you can get started straight away by watching our fast track videos instead, which will give you all the same information as is given in the workshops. We will deduct the price of the video from the price of the face-to-face workshop, if you decide to attend it later. If you have ever trained with us before, you will automatically receive an email notification when new class schedules are released. If you haven't trained with us before, please sign up below. Thank you for your patience.||BOOK IT!|
|FAST TRACK VIDEO - Loose Leash Walking 1||Discover the bliss of walking your dog without being pulled down the street or having to yank at its neck. This method takes a little practice, so the workshop stretches over two videos. It will give you a highly effective way of stopping your dog from walking ahead and pulling on the leash, while you walk along a fence -typically on a footpath. After practising in this manner, you and your dog will be ready for Loose Leash walking 2, which addresses the strategies that you need, when there is no fence to help you. For the full benefit, you must watch both 1st and 2nd session ($25 each), but you will experience a remarkable difference from this video alone.
-THIS IS NOTHING LIKE A YOUTUBE VIDEO! WE GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL FIND THIS MUCH MORE EFFECTIVE. IF YOU DON'T AGREE, WE'LL GIVE YOU YOUR MONEY BACK.
If your choice of workshop is not currently advertised or sold out, you can get started straight away by watching our fast track video instead, which will give you all the same information as is given in the face-to-face workshops. We will deduct the price of the video ($25) from the price of the face-to-face workshop ($55) if you decide to attend it later.
Make your life at home blissful with a few handy house rules that your dog will instinctively recognise as signs of your competence as a pack leader. Essential class if your dog just won't listen or if you are a new dog owner. NOTE: For dogs that spend time inside the house.
Teach your dog to respond to your call, even whilst playing with other dogs in the park. Yes, it’s possible!
Stop, breathe, count to 10. Then come to class. We will teach you how to be one step ahead of your dog’s games and come out as a deserving winner.
If your dog is easily over excited, struggles to focus around other dogs or simply refuses to listen to you, then start afresh here.
It shouldn't be your dog's job to frisk people when they enter your house. Stop your dog from jumping on visitors, by teaching it to stay back and let you do the greetings.
Tricks are for more than just fun; they provide unique mind stimulation for your dog. Trick training also builds your dog’s respect and obedience through the dynamic of repeatedly following your instructions.
Barking, destruction and escaping are all typical symptoms of separation anxiety. Learn how to address the root of the problem so that the symptoms will go away and stay away.
Struggling to get your dog to listen and perform commands in the dog park? This is a great opportunity to bring your dog’s obedience up to a new level and practice under distracting circumstances.
Does your dog only have eyes for the ball and has it lost interest in playing with other dogs? Ball obsession often leads to problems with ball stealing, poor recall response and even aggression. Learn how to get the game under your control.
Discover the bliss of walking your dog without being pulled down the street or having to yank at its neck. This method takes a little practice, so the workshop stretches over two sessions. For the full benefit, attendants must be able to attend both classes.
Teach your dog not to run across the road, when they spot another dog or even when chasing a ball.
It's hard to train a dog from jumping on people without the help of a decoy. In this class, we will help each other by posing as bait and change your dog’s routine when greeting strangers.