Nothing beats having a loyal, friendly and energetic dog, a lifelong companion who is with you and your family every step of the way. But owning a dog or puppy is not all fun and games – it also requires work, patience and commitment to bring out the best in your pet! Over the past 20 years I have perfected my Wolf Methodology (WM): a dog training guide that uses the principles of wolf pack dynamics. I draw parallels between how you communicate with your dog and how wolves interact with one another. Understanding these dynamics helps you assert yourself as the alpha figure so that your dog knows its place in your family hierarchy.
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If any of this sounds familiar, then you have definitely come to the right place. My online dog training classes are geared to puppies, young and older dogs, as well as all breeds from the gentle golden retriever and poodle to the more headstrong beagle and akita.
I will show you how to become the leader of the pack so that you have a fun and healthy relationship with your dog. Before long, you will see dramatic improvements in your pet’s behavior – with family and guests lining up to play with your four-legged friend!
To create a stronger bond between you and your dog, you need to know the basics of canine behavior.
Looking for some dog obedience training for your rambunctious German Shepherd, yappy Beagle or timid Maltese? These series of online dog training videos are the perfect solution for problem canine behavioral issues.
Based on the principle of wolf pack dynamics, these online dog training courses will show you how to establish your leadership to your four-legged friend and help family members do the same.
The introductory video provides an overview of the Wolf Methodology concept, while the other dog training videos cover everything from longline, crate and housetraining to food, grooming and healthcare as well as choosing your dog and dangerous dog training.
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What is Wolf Methodology?
Wolf Methodology is a collection of online dog training videos by Reggie Bousquet. The videos are available for purchase as a bundle. Once the payment is completed, you will be able to come back and enjoy the videos on the website as often as you would like.
What is the cost of the different bundles for the online Wolf Methodology videos?
The Full Series bundle costs $145 USD and includes all 7 dog training videos. The Introductory bundle is available for $75 USD and features 3 courses: Introduction, Choosing Your Dog, and Crate and Housetrained, while the Intermediate bundle costs $100 USD and comes with 4 courses: Training and Keywords, Basic Commands, Food, Grooming and Healthcare, and Training Potentially Dangerous Dogs. For a limited time only, the Introductory and Intermediate bundles are now available for $65 USD and $85 USD, respectively.
How can I purchase the videos?
Sign up with your email and complete the purchase by following the on-screen instructions. You will then have full access to all the videos.
Are there any refunds?
Unfortunately, we are not able to offer any refunds. However, we are convinced that you will find the Wolf Methodology videos invaluable for training your dog.
How long will the videos remain available to me?
Once you have paid for the entire series of videos, you will always be able to access them online.
Will this approach work on an aggressive dog?
Yes. In fact, there is a specific module dedicated to handling dangerous dogs.
Can my young children also learn Wolf Methodology?
Yes. It is highly recommended that they do so as all family members need to send a consistent message when dealing with their dog. Note: the series provides some very helpful tips for teaching children what to do if they approach or come in front of an unknown dog.
Can I share these videos with my family?
The videos can be watched when you’re signed into the website with your account. However, they cannot be downloaded.
Can I use these techniques with my Pit Bull?
Yes, and in Module 7 there is a section dedicated to misconceptions that people have about Pit Bulls.