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IOA: Loose Leash Dog Walking

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North Royal Training Limited
IRL: Dogpatch Labs, Unit 1, The CHQ Building,
Custom House Quay, Dublin 1, Ireland.
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Webseite: www.internationalopenacademy.com

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                      • Unterrichtssprache: englisch
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                      Taking your dog for walks conjures up wonderful images of romping through parks and enjoying quality time together.
                      But what if you secretly dread walking the dog? Do you find excuses not to head outside for much-needed exercise for you and your furball? Your dog pulls so hard on the leash you fear he’ll pull your arm off. Walking the dog is hard work!
                      Not only that, leash pulling is hazardous because:

                      Your pooch could pull extra hard and pull you over

                      You’re not in control of your four-legged friend who could:

                      jump up at strangers

                      leap out at cars

                      lunge forward and eat something nasty off the ground

                      If the leash is attached to his collar, your furball can hurt his throat, gag and choke whenever he pulls

                      Constant pulling can cause injury to your shoulder or back

                      With our friendly dog trainer Ian Stone, you’ll soon have your puppy or older dog under control. In his easy-to-follow videos, you’ll learn how to teach a dog to walk on a leash. That means:

                      You’ll feel confident walking your better-behaved dog

                      Your furball will know you’re keeping him safe and trust you more

                      You’ll enjoy spending more time with your pooch because walks become more pleasurable

                      Your dog is healthier because they are getting more exercise; enjoying more mental stimuli from exploring new places; and is too tired to get bored (and we all know the chaos that bored dogs can cause!)

                      Walking your dog is fantastic for your health too. Dog owners walk an average of 300 minutes per week compared with 168 minutes per week for non-owners, according to a Canadian study

                      Other dog walkers will want to know your dog leash training secrets because your dog is so good on a leash

                      Enjoy a happier, healthier relationship with your dogs. Start dog leash training with Ian Stone now.Taking your dog for walks conjures up wonderful images of romping through parks and enjoying quality time together.
                      But what if you secretly dread walking the dog? Do you find excuses not to head outside for much-needed exercise for you and your furball? Your dog pulls so hard on the leash you fear he’ll pull your arm off. Walking the dog is hard work!
                      Not only that, leash pulling is hazardous because:

                      Your pooch could pull extra hard and pull you over

                      You’re not in control of your four-legged friend who could:

                      jump up at strangers

                      leap out at cars

                      lunge forward and eat something nasty off the ground

                      If the leash is attached to his collar, your furball can hurt his throat, gag and choke whenever he pulls

                      Constant pulling can cause injury to your shoulder or back

                      With our friendly dog trainer Ian Stone, you’ll soon have your puppy or older dog under control. In his easy-to-follow videos, you’ll learn how to teach a dog to walk on a leash. That means:

                      You’ll feel confident walking your better-behaved dog

                      Your furball will know you’re keeping him safe and trust you more

                      You’ll enjoy spending more time with your pooch because walks become more pleasurable

                      Your dog is healthier because they are getting more exercise; enjoying more mental stimuli from exploring new places; and is too tired to get bored (and we all know the chaos that bored dogs can cause!)

                      Walking your dog is fantastic for your health too. Dog owners walk an average of 300 minutes per week compared with 168 minutes per week for non-owners, according to a Canadian study

                      Other dog walkers will want to know your dog leash training secrets because your dog is so good on a leash

                      Enjoy a happier, healthier relationship with your dogs. Start dog leash training with Ian Stone now.Taking your dog for walks conjures up wonderful images of romping through parks and enjoying quality time together.
                      But what if you secretly dread walking the dog? Do you find excuses not to head outside for much-needed exercise for you and your furball? Your dog pulls so hard on the leash you fear he’ll pull your arm off. Walking the dog is hard work!
                      Not only that, leash pulling is hazardous because:

                      Your pooch could pull extra hard and pull you over

                      You’re not in control of your four-legged friend who could:

                      jump up at strangers

                      leap out at cars

                      lunge forward and eat something nasty off the ground

                      If the leash is attached to his collar, your furball can hurt his throat, gag and choke whenever he pulls

                      Constant pulling can cause injury to your shoulder or back

                      With our friendly dog trainer Ian Stone, you’ll soon have your puppy or older dog under control. In his easy-to-follow videos, you’ll learn how to teach a dog to walk on a leash. That means:

                      You’ll feel confident walking your better-behaved dog

                      Your furball will know you’re keeping him safe and trust you more

                      You’ll enjoy spending more time with your pooch because walks become more pleasurable

                      Your dog is healthier because they are getting more exercise; enjoying more mental stimuli from exploring new places; and is too tired to get bored (and we all know the chaos that bored dogs can cause!)

                      Walking your dog is fantastic for your health too. Dog owners walk an average of 300 minutes per week compared with 168 minutes per week for non-owners, according to a Canadian study

                      Other dog walkers will want to know your dog leash training secrets because your dog is so good on a leash

                      Enjoy a happier, healthier relationship with your dogs. Start dog leash training with Ian Stone now.Taking your dog for walks conjures up wonderful images of romping through parks and enjoying quality time together.
                      But what if you secretly dread walking the dog? Do you find excuses not to head outside for much-needed exercise for you and your furball? Your dog pulls so hard on the leash you fear he’ll pull your arm off. Walking the dog is hard work!
                      Not only that, leash pulling is hazardous because:

                      Your pooch could pull extra hard and pull you over

                      You’re not in control of your four-legged friend who could:

                      jump up at strangers

                      leap out at cars

                      lunge forward and eat something nasty off the ground

                      If the leash is attached to his collar, your furball can hurt his throat, gag and choke whenever he pulls

                      Constant pulling can cause injury to your shoulder or back

                      With our friendly dog trainer Ian Stone, you’ll soon have your puppy or older dog under control. In his easy-to-follow videos, you’ll learn how to teach a dog to walk on a leash. That means:

                      You’ll feel confident walking your better-behaved dog

                      Your furball will know you’re keeping him safe and trust you more

                      You’ll enjoy spending more time with your pooch because walks become more pleasurable

                      Your dog is healthier because they are getting more exercise; enjoying more mental stimuli from exploring new places; and is too tired to get bored (and we all know the chaos that bored dogs can cause!)

                      Walking your dog is fantastic for your health too. Dog owners walk an average of 300 minutes per week compared with 168 minutes per week for non-owners, according to a Canadian study

                      Other dog walkers will want to know your dog leash training secrets because your dog is so good on a leash

                      Enjoy a happier, healthier relationship with your dogs. Start dog leash training with Ian Stone now.

                      Fakten zum Fernkurs Loose Leash Dog Walking der International Open Academy

                      AbschlussZertifikat
                      Studiendauer60 Tage
                      Studienzeitverlängerungdurch erneute Buchung des Kurses verlängerbar
                      Testphase10 Tage unverbindlich. Widerrufsrecht von 2 Wochen
                      Studienstartjederzeit möglich
                      Spracheenglisch
                      Studienzulassungkeine besonderen Voraussetzungen erforderlich
                      Kostenauf Anfrage bzw. siehe Einzelkurs-Infos
                      Anrechnung von Vorleistungennicht relevant
                      PrüfungenOnline-Prüfung, in der min. 55% der Fragen korrekt beantwortet werden müssen, um das Zertifikat zu erhalten
                      Kampagnen

                      Gutscheine und Aktionen: Nur heute (29.04.2020): 1-Jahres-Zugang zu allen Kursen um 30$ günstiger! Studieren & Bezahlen in Euro ist selbstverständlich möglich.

                      Studieninhalte

                      Fun dog training techniques to teach a dog to walk on a leash. In this course you’ll:

                      Meet the trainer and have an overview of the dog leash training course

                      Get the equipment you need before you start dog training, including different types of harnesses and leashes to find the right ones for your pooch

                      Use food to teach your dog

                      Handle different training stages before taking your dog for a walk, including:

                      walking with your dog and with the leash over the shoulder

                      moving on to walking with the leash in front of you

                      the correct way to hold a leash

                      teaching your dog heel-sits – the power move when you’re out in public

                      teaching your dog to say hello to people who want to pet him while you’re out and about

                      Then you get to use this training outside, where your dog has more distractions

                      Find out how to make walks mentally and physically stimulating as well as dynamic and fun

                      With dog trainer Ian Stone by your side, you’ll enjoy quality time with your dog while together you learn leash training.Fun dog training techniques to teach a dog to walk on a leash. In this course you’ll:

                      Meet the trainer and have an overview of the dog leash training course

                      Get the equipment you need before you start dog training, including different types of harnesses and leashes to find the right ones for your pooch

                      Use food to teach your dog

                      Handle different training stages before taking your dog for a walk, including:

                      walking with your dog and with the leash over the shoulder

                      moving on to walking with the leash in front of you

                      the correct way to hold a leash

                      teaching your dog heel-sits – the power move when you’re out in public

                      teaching your dog to say hello to people who want to pet him while you’re out and about

                      Then you get to use this training outside, where your dog has more distractions

                      Find out how to make walks mentally and physically stimulating as well as dynamic and fun

                      With dog trainer Ian Stone by your side, you’ll enjoy quality time with your dog while together you learn leash training.Fun dog training techniques to teach a dog to walk on a leash. In this course you’ll:

                      Meet the trainer and have an overview of the dog leash training course

                      Get the equipment you need before you start dog training, including different types of harnesses and leashes to find the right ones for your pooch

                      Use food to teach your dog

                      Handle different training stages before taking your dog for a walk, including:

                      walking with your dog and with the leash over the shoulder

                      moving on to walking with the leash in front of you

                      the correct way to hold a leash

                      teaching your dog heel-sits – the power move when you’re out in public

                      teaching your dog to say hello to people who want to pet him while you’re out and about

                      Then you get to use this training outside, where your dog has more distractions

                      Find out how to make walks mentally and physically stimulating as well as dynamic and fun

                      With dog trainer Ian Stone by your side, you’ll enjoy quality time with your dog while together you learn leash training.Fun dog training techniques to teach a dog to walk on a leash. In this course you’ll:

                      Meet the trainer and have an overview of the dog leash training course

                      Get the equipment you need before you start dog training, including different types of harnesses and leashes to find the right ones for your pooch

                      Use food to teach your dog

                      Handle different training stages before taking your dog for a walk, including:

                      walking with your dog and with the leash over the shoulder

                      moving on to walking with the leash in front of you

                      the correct way to hold a leash

                      teaching your dog heel-sits – the power move when you’re out in public

                      teaching your dog to say hello to people who want to pet him while you’re out and about

                      Then you get to use this training outside, where your dog has more distractions

                      Find out how to make walks mentally and physically stimulating as well as dynamic and fun

                      With dog trainer Ian Stone by your side, you’ll enjoy quality time with your dog while together you learn leash training.

                      Zulassungsvoraussetzungen

                      Bei der International Open Academy werden keine besonderen Vorkenntnisse vorausgesetzt, so dass Sie direkt ohne Vorkenntnisse und somit auch ohne Abitur starten können.

                      Für wen ist der Zertifikatskurs geeignet?

                      All dog guardians who want walks to be fun, not frustrating. Build a stronger trust between you and your dog while enjoying lots of healthy exercise together

                      Whether you have a new puppy, adopted a shelter dog, or live with an older dog who does not walk nicely, this course is perfect for you

                      Everyone who walks dogs from time to time. Out-of-control dogs can be a danger to themselves, other people and traffic. Loose leash training helps to keep them safe

                      People who work or volunteer in animal rescue centers or shelters. Dogs pulling on the leash is one of the most common behavioral problems and could be the reason why a pet ends up in a shelter. Well-trained dogs are more likely to find their happy, forever home

                      Dog walkers and pet sitters can win the admiration of their clients by training furballs to walk politely on a leash

                      All dog guardians who want walks to be fun, not frustrating. Build a stronger trust between you and your dog while enjoying lots of healthy exercise together

                      Whether you have a new puppy, adopted a shelter dog, or live with an older dog who does not walk nicely, this course is perfect for you

                      Everyone who walks dogs from time to time. Out-of-control dogs can be a danger to themselves, other people and traffic. Loose leash training helps to keep them safe

                      People who work or volunteer in animal rescue centers or shelters. Dogs pulling on the leash is one of the most common behavioral problems and could be the reason why a pet ends up in a shelter. Well-trained dogs are more likely to find their happy, forever home

                      Dog walkers and pet sitters can win the admiration of their clients by training furballs to walk politely on a leash

                      All dog guardians who want walks to be fun, not frustrating. Build a stronger trust between you and your dog while enjoying lots of healthy exercise together

                      Whether you have a new puppy, adopted a shelter dog, or live with an older dog who does not walk nicely, this course is perfect for you

                      Everyone who walks dogs from time to time. Out-of-control dogs can be a danger to themselves, other people and traffic. Loose leash training helps to keep them safe

                      People who work or volunteer in animal rescue centers or shelters. Dogs pulling on the leash is one of the most common behavioral problems and could be the reason why a pet ends up in a shelter. Well-trained dogs are more likely to find their happy, forever home

                      Dog walkers and pet sitters can win the admiration of their clients by training furballs to walk politely on a leash

                      All dog guardians who want walks to be fun, not frustrating. Build a stronger trust between you and your dog while enjoying lots of healthy exercise together

                      Whether you have a new puppy, adopted a shelter dog, or live with an older dog who does not walk nicely, this course is perfect for you

                      Everyone who walks dogs from time to time. Out-of-control dogs can be a danger to themselves, other people and traffic. Loose leash training helps to keep them safe

                      People who work or volunteer in animal rescue centers or shelters. Dogs pulling on the leash is one of the most common behavioral problems and could be the reason why a pet ends up in a shelter. Well-trained dogs are more likely to find their happy, forever home

                      Dog walkers and pet sitters can win the admiration of their clients by training furballs to walk politely on a leash

                      Karriereaussichten

                      Study an accredited certificate course in loose leash training to become a dog walker or pet sitter

                      Studying this accredited course will give you a competitive advantage over your rivals

                      If you wish to find work involving handling dogs, studying this course will prove to employers that you are a serious contender

                      Study an accredited certificate course in loose leash training to become a dog walker or pet sitter

                      Studying this accredited course will give you a competitive advantage over your rivals

                      If you wish to find work involving handling dogs, studying this course will prove to employers that you are a serious contender

                      Study an accredited certificate course in loose leash training to become a dog walker or pet sitter

                      Studying this accredited course will give you a competitive advantage over your rivals

                      If you wish to find work involving handling dogs, studying this course will prove to employers that you are a serious contender

                      Study an accredited certificate course in loose leash training to become a dog walker or pet sitter

                      Studying this accredited course will give you a competitive advantage over your rivals

                      If you wish to find work involving handling dogs, studying this course will prove to employers that you are a serious contender

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                      Die Fernkurse bestehen aus 2 Teilen: zum einen aus den jeweiligen Kursinhalten und zum zweiten aus der Online-Prüfung. Bei dieser müssen min. 55% der Fragen richtig beantwortet werden, um das Zertifikat im .PDF-Format für Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen zu erhalten.

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