Did you recently get a puppy?

Was it amazing the first few days, but now it’s becoming a little overwhelming (maybe even frustrating at times)?

I hear you!

The little girl on the photo right here is Sade. She joined our family exactly 8 months ago! The first few days were an overload of cuteness… but very soon nipping, chewing anything and everything, chasing cats and jumping started defining our days.

Brain Training for Dogs

Obviously we still loved her to bits, but we soon found ourselves TIRED and overwhelmed. I am ashamed to say… some evenings, dealing with her full-on energy after an entire day of work, I wondered if we had done the right thing getting a puppy!

It wasn’t good for her and it wasn’t good for us.

We tried EVERYTHING so much that it felt like having another full-time job.

Now, if this sounds like you, here is the good news: in the end, we DID find something that solved the “problem” for us. And… surprise, surprise, it costs less than a take-away.

So please keep reading, because I really wish someone recommended us Brain Training for Dogs about £350 ago! It would have been a much cheaper and less frustrating solution.

Top 3 Reasons We Purchased Brain Training for Dogs

  1. We were looking for a course that would include videos and text. We wanted something fun, not something that would go forgotten after 3 days… so the idea of training our dog through a large library of games was perfect.
  2. We used THIS PROMOTION to get a 50% discount, paid only $47 for the entire course, and got a 60 DAYS MONEY BACK GUARANTEE
  3. The training does not assume that your dog already has basic training. It starts with an Obedience section (with troubleshooting) that can be used before you even start with brain games OR to simply perfect some commands if your pup has already half-way through his obedience training. The rest of the course covers A LOT of the problem areas we needed help with.

To give you a better idea of what we meant with point no. 2


The games are divided into various levels using a school setup – for example, you start at Pre-School then move up to Elementary, then High School and so on so forth, until they reach Graduation and finally the Einstein level!

The idea is to gradually increase your dog’s mental aptitude and build their confidence.

| Module 1 – Preschool

This is the foundation for the whole course. Here your dog will learn how to tap into his awesome brainpower to become super obedient to your every command.

| Module 2 – Elementary School

Now that your dog has mastered foundational training it’s time to improve his skills and use his senses to complete your commands.

| Module 3 – High School

Here your dog will learn about patience and impulse control.

| Module 4 – College

Here you will develop your dog’s motor skills and his ability to concentrate on your commands.

| Module 5 – University

Here you will develop your dog’s intelligence and patience. You’ll also be focusing on helping him with his impulse control to become a better-behaved dog.

| Module 6 – Graduation

Here your dog will develop advanced-level motor skills and intelligence…to obey your commands.

| Module 7 – Einstein

Your dog is now at ‘genius level’. Why not impress your friends with your dog’s ability to stack rings, tidy his toys, and even play the piano?



You can sign-up now for Brain Training for Dogs and get all of the above for a special price ($47) or click on the button below to get a free brain training game for your puppy.