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Fundamentals Of Dog Behavior And Training I And II

Fundamentals of Dog Behavior and Training I is a five-day, hands-on course designed and personally taught by Cesar Millan, based on his unique gifts and insights into dog behavior and psychology. You will learn what you need to know to have a balanced, fulfilled dog and to be the best Pack Leader you can be.

What You’ll Learn

  • The Building Blocks of Cesar’s Philosophy
  • The Four Worlds
  • The nature of Energy – and Dog Energy States
  • The differences between how dogs and humans experience the world

You’ll discover how to address and resolve problem behaviors with your dog, achieve calm and assertive leadership skills and share these what you’ve learned with friends, family and clients. It’s immensely practical yet filled with the values and ideas that made Cesar the world’s most renowned dog behaviorist.

The courses are available at both of our Dog Psychology Center locations:

California: Cesar’s fabled Dog Psychology Center is nesteld in 45 acres of beautiful rolling hills in Santa Clarita, just north of Los Angeles.

Florida: The Dog Psychology Center in Fort Lauderdale is a five-paws luxury destination at the Country Inn Pet Resort.

And for graduates of Fundamentals I, Fundamentals of Dog Behavior and Training II is here.  Watch your email for invitations to upcoming sessions..

For complete details about the Fundamentals program, visit TrainingCesarsWay.com.  

 

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