Raymer Family Dog Training: Online Animal Training Classes

We are currently updating our website, and the way we will offer animal training classes moving forward. Some pages may temporarily be inaccessible. If you are interested in enrolling in training classes once they are launched again, you can contact us as normal. Thank you for your patience during this time.

Update March 3, 2021:

Our online dog and puppy training class is now accepting enrollments again (with one year of access). At this time we no longer have monthly memberships available, but may again in the future. Stay-tuned and subscribe to email notifications for updates. Thanks!

– Dan Raymer

Winter Update: 2021

I am now officially a Fear Free Certified Professional through Fear Free Pets. I’m always working to provide the most cutting-edge animal training information and instruction for pet guardians, and that involves consistently learning through continuing education opportunities.

What does this mean for our training programs? I will be adding new content to the online Canine Academy related to helping dogs (and cats, eventually) with cooperative care – to increase comfort with veterinary handling and in-home care. Reward-based training can help reduce fear, anxiety, and stress related to body handling and veterinary procedures, which translates to better behaved, calmer and happier pets.

By Dan Raymer

Raymer Family Dog Training News: Winter 2021

Happy winter!

Book Reviews:

I’m still working on Malena’s separation anxiety book. I wanted to include some others I will be covering soon as well in case anyone is interested in reading along or presenting some questions from the books.

Here they are:

Separation Anxiety in Dogs: Next Generation Treatment Protocols and Practices by Malena DeMartini-Price [170 pages]

Doggie Language: A Dog Lover’s Guide to Understanding Your Best Friend by Lili Chin [126 pages]

Remember Me? Loving and Caring for a Dog with Canine Cognitive Dysfunction by Eileen Anderson [135 pages]

New Videos:

Two new videos are up:

Dog Playing with Kong

One of the Most Fun Dog Behaviors to Train

We’re planning on posting many more videos in the future.

Thank you to everyone who has shared our content.

By Dan Raymer

Dog Training Test for Fun!

When you choose an answer, it will provide immediate feedback on whether that is the correct or incorrect choice.

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Let us know how you did in the comments below. Think your friends and family would have fun taking the test? Share it with them.

If you are interested in learning more about dogs and animal training, consider joining our online Canine Academy, which covers information on this test and much more. Thanks for participating!