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Duke Ferguson Seminar. The Art of Attention. Barrie, Ontario Canada. June 25th -26th 2016

Duke Ferguson Seminar. The art of attention in Barrie, Ontario, Canada June 25-26th 2 Day Intense hands-on workshop in Barrie, ON, CANADA with Duke Ferguson of Unleashed Potential K9 , Creator of Dog Training Geneisis and certified NePoPo® trainer This workshop will go over theory to the practical application of using timing, motivation and consistency with highly motivational, positive food ... Read More »

Duke Ferguson Seminar “The Art of Attention” in Arizona April 29 to May 1st

April 29th to May 1st 2016 This event will be live streamed as well so if you can not make it you can still get access. To sign up for the seminar or the live stream please CLICK HERE!! Got Dog Problems? Do you want help? No matter the size, sex, age or breed We Can Help! Would you like  FREE dog training ... Read More »

Pet Friendly Hotels PEI

This blog will be short and sweet but very helpful on pet friendly hotels PEI. We get so many people arriving from out of province coming to us for dog training help that we are often asked the question:  “where can I stay that is pet friendly?”  Fortunately there are several places here on PEI where you can stay comfortably ... Read More »

Duke Ferguson’s Dog Trainer School & Shadow Program

Duke Ferguson’s Dog Trainer School & Shadow Program  Duke Ferguson’s Unleashed Potential K9 Academy is a registered private training school under the Private Training Schools Act of the Province of Prince Edward Island.                                             Do you have a passion for working with ... Read More »

Attention Training a Fear Aggressive Dog With E – Collar and Food

This video is “Jam Packed” with great information on training a fear aggressive dog with e-collar and food. You will see the things we will teach our clients in the early stages of training their dog including dogs with all kinds of aggression. The video shows how we start attention training with food and markers and then transition it to the ... Read More »