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Welcome to our HOP IT UP GUIDE where your dog can learn to jump up on to multiple objects (like a bed, a chair, a box, a bench a stone, a tree stump. Dogs are generally very exploratory animals and love nothing more than seeking vantage points..

Dogs can become over stimulated really quickly and walks can create this, when they do, dogs can find it really hard to calm down with studies suggesting that it can take many hours to calm down ... unless, of course; you show them the way, so the hop it up game gives you a skill that can help them focus and calm down from the stimulation of the walk.

In this HOP IT UP GUIDE we start to teach your dog how to be confident on multiple surfaces and to settle, wait until your release cue so this can be perfect with walks where cyclists/joggers fly past. You will practice each step till your dog is rock solid before stepping up to the next level, Working through these steps and then using this strategy out in the “real” world to give you that all important control. We will work through:-

·       Familiarisation

·       Ping pong back onto the object

·       Release Cue

·       Duration

·       Impulse Control

·       Distance

·       Distraction

·       Generalising

·       On command

Of course this will require some effort from you too. Like any parent, showing your dog the way is the key to your dog learning this skill out in the wider more enticing world. In this guide we have squished the steps into small bite size chunks that you will aim to master before moving onto the next step. Commit to just 5/10 minutes a day and marvel at the results. Once you have completed these steps it’s time for you to practice out in the real world and with real distractions!!!!

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Who are we...

Canine Assist Started from humble beginnings some 25 years ago when I was a volunteer at Rescue Centres and then working with the attending vets – requests for help from those centres and vets for their clients started – we had our own dogs and our own problems so we researched, went to training, made loads of mistakes and had success’s -- This then became a passion and we continued our learning and understanding in Dog Behaviour, Gaining qualifications in Dog Psychology, Body Language, Aggression & Training etc; so that we could set up our Business; which has now grown into way more than I could of ever have hoped we help clients all around the UK and abroad. We are Members of The Pet Professional Guild, The IAABC and are a Licensed Assessor for the Pet Dog Ambassador Programme. We use fun games based methods to train with NO pain or fear.

We are committed to continuing our learning as new findings and science comes available this ensures that we keep ourselves and our clients up to date with the very latest in Dog training --- We have trained with many of the top Dog Experts Globally – Today we are proud to be working with the amazing team at the School of Canine Science who provide the very best training for Dog Trainers/Behaviourists around the world.