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Does Training Create a “Robot Dog”?

“I don’t need my dogs to be robots.” This is something I’ve heard several times as a trainer and I’ve had to explain to prospective clients that what you see on the surface may not be what you think. You can’t judge a book by its cover – so to speak. As a trainer, I often post video of my ... Read More »

Biothane Comfort Sure Fit Bungee E- Collar Strap Product Review with Duke Ferguson

Biothane Comfort Sure Fit Bungee E – Collar Strap review with Duke Ferguson CEO of Unleashed Potential K9 Academy. Watch the video to see what Pro trainer Duke Ferguson says about this product. In this video he will explain why he likes the Biothane Comfort Sure Fit Bungee E – Collar Strap and he will Demonstrate how easy it is to put on and ... Read More »

Bob-A-Lot Food Dispenser Toy Review with Duke Ferguson of Unleashed Potential

To get your own “Bob – A – Lot” Click the Green buy now button below now! Bob-A-Lot food dispenser toy review with Duke Ferguson CEO of Unleashed Potential K9 Academy. Watch the video to see what Master Trainer Duke says about this Starmark toy. In this video he will explain why he likes this toy from the durability to ... Read More »

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 »

Adventures in Reactive Dog Encounters Part 1

Introduction: The purpose of this blog series is not to judge, but to educate! I learned long ago that most reactive dog owners do not always appreciate a stranger in passing giving them reactive dog advice about their loved ones. More often than not, people tend to take it personally when you point out their dog’s flaws, rather than as a gesture ... Read More »