Shaping Clean-Up

Wouldn't it be nice if your dog would clean up after themselves after they've played with all of their toys? With this 4-week course, you can train your dog to do just that.

Dianna L. Santos

Dianna L. Santos

COURSE DETAILS

Let's face it, our dogs these days have LOTS of toys to try keep them occupied. But that means there are oftentimes toys strewn all around your house. If only your dog would help you tidy up! With this course, they will!


Over 4-weeks, your dog will learn how to retrieve, hold and deliver toys into a basket or similar item, thus preventing the need for you to clean the house every 10 minutes.


We will accomplish this by using a combination of shaping, proper reward placement and making the entire experience a fun and engaging game. Soon you will be able to show off just how helpfu your dog is to your family and friends.

COURSE OUTLINE

  • Training a Retrieve

  • Training a Hold

  • One Toy, Two Toy, Three Toys

  • Time to Show Off

WHAT WILL YOU NEED

  • your dog

  • flat or martingale collar

  • back-clip harness (optional)

  • 6'-8' leash

  • mat or towel for your dog to lay on

  • LOTS of high-value and smelly treats

Shaping Clean-Up

Online Dog Training Course

6-weeks

Course features:

  • Effective training methods.

  • Convenient virtual learning.

  • Access on all devices.

    • Mobile.

    • Tablet.

    • Laptop.

    • Desktop.

  • Access material at any time. 

  • Continual access.

    • No deadlines.

    • No cut-off dates.​

INSTRUCTOR NAME

Dianna L. Santos

ACCOLADES

CPDT-KA
KPA-CTP
CNWI
Former AKC Scent Work Judge
Former USCSS Judge and CSD
AKC CGC Evaluator
C.L.A.S.S. Evaluator and Instructor
President, Online Dog Training University, Inc.
President, Cyber Scent Work, Inc.

WE ARE PRIVILEGED TO OFFER THIS COURSE

Pet Dog U is fortunate to have Dianna grant us license to feature her courses, seminars and webinars on our online dog training platform. All of the content in this course is created by, owned by, and the rights to the content, are reserved to Dianna L. Santos.