Brain Training For Dogs Review: Everything You Need To Know!
I can’t tell you how many times I have come home to find my dog Bella chewing on something wood related!
She was like a beaver that was on a mission to build a dam!
Hi there! My name is Amber, and I’ll be reviewing Adrienne Farricelli’s Brain Training For Dogs.
I’m a stay at home mother of 2 beautiful children that adore dogs!
If I could have it my way, I would have a farm full of doggos!
Yes, I’m the wife that tries to bring home every stray or homeless dog she sees.
Her biggest achievement by far was utterly destroying my kitchen table!
Parts of the chair legs were chewed entirely into. The table was so severely chewed that it had to be thrown away.
For some reason, she was obsessed with chewing wood.
I was Bella’s second owner, as far as I know, I rescued her from a local dog shelter.
The shelter didn’t know much about her or her past; they didn’t mention any chewing issues during the adoption process.
So, Bella’s chewing addition may be what landed her in the dog shelter in the first place.
Whatever the reason it’s okay with me because now she is apart of my family and I love her dearly.
Maybe it was fate; perhaps it wasn’t all I know is that she had a problem and family never turns their backs on one another!
Bella had a chewing addition, and It was up to me to help her kick it!
My Review: Here’s My Thoughts And Opinions On Brain Training For Dogs
I came across Adrienne Farricelli’s dog training program when I was browsing the web for dog chewing solutions!
Bella needed dog training ASAP, and Brain Training For Dogs delivered.
I bought the program because it utilized positive reinforcement. I fell in love with it because it cured Bella of her chronic chewing behavior.
Dog training shouldn’t involve fear tactics, and “you shouldn’t want to train your dog that way.”
Why would you want to make a dog fear you?
The whole reason most people want to train their dog is because they love them, right?
The whole point of owning a dog is to have a loving companion to do super cool stuff with, even if you are just lazy around the house.
You can’t have awesome memories if your dog fears you.
Why I Chose Brain Training For Dogs
Morels. I chose to go with Adrienne’s dog training program because she genuinely cares about dogs and their wellbeing.
As I stated earlier, I’m a mother of 2 children and one dog that I call my fur baby.
I care about my fur baby just as much as I care about my biological children; yes, I love my dog just as much as I love my children. They are ALL my family.
I would have more fur babies running around, but my husband would probably kill me.
Adrienne’s training style is all about training your dog in a calm, positive, respectful manner.
Instead of breaking them down and building them up again, she teaches you how to reinforce and encourage them to do the correct thing.
She teaches you how to give unconditional love to your dog.
Which will allow you to train your dog to listen and follow your every command with ease.
What I Liked Most About Brain Training For Dogs
You can move at your own speed and no one else’s!
No need to worry about keeping up with the dog trainer at your local PetSmart.
The course does a fantastic job of giving you the information you need in the simplest of forms.
Literally, anyone could pick up the course and train their dog; it is that straight forward.
Adrienne has countless certifications, rewards, and training under her belt; there is no reason whatsoever not to believe her.
One of the most significant benefits is having the ability to access the course in numerous ways. Especially being able to access the course from a smartphone!
Time is precious to me, and I’m sure most of you reading this.
Having the ability to access the training from a mobile device at a moment’s notice really helps to utilize any spare downtime you might have.
I absolutely loved the videos in the course.
There were 100 videos at the time of my purchase.
The videos allowed me to visually see what I should be doing rather than just reading about it.
There is a 60-day money-back guarantee, so at the end of the day, you don’t have anything to lose!
What I liked least About Brain Training For Dogs
There wasn’t much at all honestly.
The program could be overwhelming at first glance because you have access to SO MUCH dog training material… To some people that can be intimidating.
A tiny portion of the program has some dog training that is more tailored to party tricks, “at least that is what I call them.”
(I have more on that later in the Brain Training For Dogs Review)
The training I deem party tricks are less than 0.1% of the overall dog training material you will receive.
So again, not an issue.
What Others Say About Brain Training For Dogs
Who Is Brain Training For Dogs For?
The program is for anyone looking to train their dog’s in a positive setting that may have some or all of the following issues.
- Your dog doesn’t listen to you
- You need to train a new Puppy
- Your dog barks uncontrollably
- Your dog is pulling on the leash
- You’re frustrated with your dog
- Your dog is chewing things he shouldn’t
- You tell your dog ‘no’ with no success
- Your dog is digging all the time
- Your dog is Jumping up
- You regret getting your dog
- You’re worried you might have to give up your dog because of behavior problems you can’t handle
- Your dog gets overexcited and is hard to settle down
- Your dog is whining constantly
- You feel helpless to control your dog
- Your dog has a fear of certain sounds
- You want a dog who obeys you
- You want a better bond with your dog
- Your dog is aggressive
- You want less stress
You shouldn’t worry yourself to death about all of these issues because Brain training for dogs has the solution.
Believe In Your Dog
It is extremely important to believe in your dog and yourself! That is the right step to overcoming any issue you might have.
If you are feeling helpless or frustrated, then Brain Training For Dogs will get you on the right path.
Helping your dog is only a click away if you want it.
Don’t wait until your dog is entirely out of control before you take action like so many others.
How Long Did It Take To Solve Bella’s Chewing Addiction?
Bella loved every second of Brain Training For Dogs and was able to kick her excessive dog chewing behavior in about 3 to 4 weeks.
She learned fast because she ALWAYS wants to be by your side, doing whatever you are doing.
Bella loves attention, which is nice because the program really focuses on the human to dog interaction.
All dogs are created different, so results will vary.
I told my friend about the program because she was having a tough time getting her dog to stop digging up her flowers.
He loves to stay outside, so it made it difficult for her to keep an eye on him to correct his digging behavior.
Her dog is mainly an outside dog that has free range of the house when he decides he wants to come inside.
But she can hardly ever get him to come inside, so she just ended up building him a dog house fit for a king!
She took my advice and bought the program and solved her dog’s digging issue in about 5 weeks!
Since the program worked so well, she decided to get a new puppy! She started his dog training from ground zero using the program.
She said he’s doing great and is already house trained at four months old!
I think it is safe to say she loves the program just as much as I do.
I’m trying to talk my husband into getting a new puppy! Bella needs a little sister!
I think I have him on the ropes after proving that we can solve any dog problem with Brain Training For Dogs.
Give me a few more weeks, and I think I can convince him that it won’t be any trouble having one more dog around!
How Long Are Training Sessions?
Yet another reason why I love this program, there are no super long training sessions required!
You and your dog’s mood typically control training times. Which means you are free to put in long sessions or short ones.
Keep in mind that if you don’t put in the time to train your dog, then your results are going to suffer greatly.
When I was training Bella, we liked to do 30-minute sessions.
It gave us enough time to fully cover everything we needed to cover without burning either of us out.
Dogs are just like children; they will only be able to focus on something for so long before they come utterly bored with it.
Studies have been conducted to prove that a dog’s mental capacity is on the same level as a 2-3-year-old child’s.
Although there is one area where they excel at!
This being their ability to pick up on when they are being misled or tricked! Like when you fake throw a ball or pretend you ate the dog treat!
It’s pretty impressive that they can see through your deception.
Will I Need Special Equipment?
I wouldn’t say you need any special equipment, but you will need a few things.
The program is called Brain Training For Dogs for a reason.
There are seven total modules that utilize games to train your dog’s brain, aka creating a super obedient dog.
Everything that you need for the games can be found around the house or purchased on the cheap at your local dollar tree.
There is a muffin game that requires a muffin pan, dog treats, and some balls.
The game is designed to mentally stimulate your dog, which keeps them out of trouble aka no chewing.
Bella loved this game, and after only a few sessions, she was way less destructive!
Who knew something so simple could cause such a drastic change in a dog?
I was completely blown away, and this was only ONE game of MANY!
Bella loved these training sessions because she got to experience so many new and exciting things that she had never seen or done before.
The games are an excellent way to bond with your dog while spending quality time with them.
Your dog probably won’t even realize that they are undergoing training.
They will think that you are just playing with them, nothing more nothing less.
This takes me back to what I said before, “A dog is like a child,” and all children learn best through games.
Why do you think there are so many games in preschool, kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade? It’s because kids learn best through games.
These games literally teach your dog the same way; It’s insane.
The program is broken up into 7 modules. Each module is named after a period of schooling.
For example, they will be going through Preschool to Graduation, and if you are feeling brave, the final module is Einstein!
Who Created Brain Training For Dogs & Why Trust Them?
Who is Adrienne Farricelli, and why should you trust them? I asked myself the same question.
I figured I’d include this into the Brain Training For Dogs Review because there are so many scammers out there.
Adrienne is well known in the dog community, so it wasn’t hard to find out who she was or what she was all about.
Reputation is everything, especially when you are in the public eye. You will be happy to hear that she has an outstanding reputation.
About Adrienne Farricelli
She is a professional CPDT-KA certified dog trainer, also known as the “Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers.”
With 10+ years under her belt in the dog training community.
Adrienne Farricelli has received the following rewards!
- Canine Theriogenology for Dog Enthusiasts
- Certified Professional Dog Trainer Knowledge Assessed CCPDT
- Dog Trainer Instructor and Canine Consultant APICC
- APICC professional dog trainer
- Italian Association of Dog Training Instructors and Canine Consultants
As you can probably tell, she has put in countless hours of work, time, and dedication to achieve her dream of helping ALL dogs.
She is a member of the “Pet Professional Guild” and an advocate for gentle, positive reinforcement methods for training and behavior modification.
Farricelli prides herself on being a force-free dog trainer.
Her drive does not stop there. She has also worked as an assistant in a veterinary hospital so that she could work with dog’s closer and understand their behaviors better.
She also owns a consulting business where she helps people like you and me every day that have dogs with behavior issues.
To be perfectly honest, I was sold when I read she was a force-free certified dog trainer and a member of a Pet Professional Guild.
I’m a total geek, and anyone that is a part of a guild in real life has to be awesome!
What’s Included With Brain Training For Dogs?
Adrienne Farricelli has broken the program up into 7 modules.
Each module represents a school year.
Think about it in the sense that you are putting your child through school.
They will start in preschool and end in college!
If you want to go above and beyond, you can complete the unique training course known as Einstein.
I was so proud of Bella when she graduated!
We are still working on the Einstein course, and she loves every second of it.
Here’s a Sneak Peek at What You Get Inside the ‘Brain Training For Dogs’ Online Course…
Module 1 Preschool
Known as the foundation module of the program where you will be teaching your dog the basics.
Module 1 focuses heavily on getting your dog to pay attention to you at all times, no matter what is going on.
You will discover the following games in this module.
Target Train Game
This game was designed to keep your dog’s attention on you at ALL times!
Bella loved this one dearly because she always wants my attention.
Before utilizing the game, I never knew how to fully get her attention when I wanted her to do something.
That all changed once I completed the module.
This type of dog training exercise will allow you to teach your dog how to ring doorbells, open doors, and even turn off lights.
I taught Bella how to turn off the lights! Mainly to see if I could and partially because sometimes I don’t want to get out of bed ha-ha.
Magic Little Way Game
This game was designed to teach your dog eye contact.
It will strengthen your dog’s communication levels and the bond you share.
This game utilizes an airplane, don’t worry, it’s simple.
The goal of the game is to keep your dog’s eyes connected to yours at all times.
Bella was really fascinated by the airplane and struggled to keep eye contact. She eventually learned to ignore the aircraft and focus solely on me.
I was stunned that she actually ignored the airplane!
There is a lot more to this game other than waving an airplane around. I had an absolute blast with the Air Plane Game.
Module 1 Preschool Conclusion
The preschool module was an eye-opener of just how undertrained Bella really was.
Her ability to keep her attention on me was horrible; I never realized just how bad of a listener she was.
Upon completion of the module, Bella was a slightly different dog.
She was now able to pay attention to me no matter what was going on around us.
If she happened to lose control, I was quickly able to reclaim her attention with some neat tricks I learned.
She grew up and matured right in front of my eyes.
Module 2 Elementary School
Once your dog graduates from preschool, they will be headed to elementary school!
Where they will be learning to improve their skills, specifically “their senses.”
They will be using their senses to complete tasks you give them.
One of the best memories I have of elementary school is all the games we played to learn things.
At the time they were just games but looking back they were so much more!
The games weren’t meant for us just to have fun. They were specifically designed to teach us life skills, just like this module passively!
You will discover the following games in this module.
Treasure Hunt Game
My favorite out of ALL the games in the whole course.
I had way too much fun with this game more than Bella even! That’s not to say she didn’t love it as well because she did!
Even after completing the module, we continue to play the game weekly!
The treasure hunt game was designed to relieve boredom, which solves problems like chewing and digging!
You could see a massive difference in her chewing habits immediately after utilizing the game.
Plus, it’s just fun to hide stuff from your dog and watch them search for it frantically ha-ha.
This game is a lot like the treasure hunting game except a lot more controlled and concentrated.
It’s also designed to keep your dog mentally and physically stimulated.
Ball Pit Game
This game was a blast! Especially if your dog LOVES balls!
It was designed to drain your dog’s energy levels so that they will be easier to work with during and after training.
Bella was able to focus on me and my commands so much easier once she got done with the Ball Pit Game.
The game is terrific at zapping built-up energy your dog may have.
Plus, you get to train your dog and play with them at the same time! It is a win, win for everyone.
Module 2 Elementary School Conclusion
I loved this module, maybe because I have children that also enjoy these types of games or perhaps because of the nostalgia from when I was in elementary school.
This module was so much fun; I can’t express how happy I am with it.
Bella doesn’t get into near as much trouble as she used to and that’s saying A LOT…
Her chewing habits are nearly nonexistent.
After completing the program, I firmly believe that her bad chewing behavior stemmed from being bored.
This module alone put a considerable dent into her chewing habits.
I also thought it was worth mentioning if you have young children, they can help you with this training and can even join in!
Module 3 High School
This module was built to learn your dog about patience and impulse control.
We all know high school is a roller-coaster of emotions.
Hormones are raging, and you just do things in the moment and ask questions later.
This module will expose your dog to many situations that might get them all riled up. Just like you did in your high school days.
You will discover the following games in this module.
Jazz Up And Settle Down Game
This game teaches you how to hype your dog up, then how to calm them down correctly.
You are playing in the back yard with your dog when you get an unexpected phone call from your parents.
They tell you they are in the neighborhood and are going to stop by.
Now you have a dog that is all hyped up from playing, and your parents are minutes away from your house.
You have only been outside with your dog for a few minutes, and they have tons of energy left.
When your parents arrive, you need your dog to be on their best behavior so that they don’t end up annoying or potentially harming them.
The “Jazz Up and Settle Down Game” will teach you how to settle your dog down quickly after being in a hyped-up state.
This was beyond helpful with Bella because my family comes over often, especially my parents!
The bottle game will help provide mental stimulation plus a small amount of exercise, so they behave better for you.
Bobbing For Treats Game
An entertaining and practical game.
Bobbing for treats is something that most dogs will love or hate. Some will become frustrated where others will enjoy the game.
Dogs that are not keen with water will capitalize from this game the most.
Bella didn’t care for water whatsoever; it was hard enough to bath her, let alone bob for treats.
Thankfully this game did its job!
Bella’s love for treats out weighted her fear of water, and now she has no issues with water. She even loves to get baths now!
Probably because I give her a treat once she is done.
Module 3 High School Conclusion
This was a fantastic module, primarily because it focused heavily on patience and impulse control.
The things it solved for Bella were chewing, jumping, and begging.
All of these bad dog behaviors were nonexistent at the end of the module.
A great bonus was getting rid of Bella’s fear of water!
She now enjoys baths and loves to swim in the creek.
Module 4 College
This part of the program is all about developing your dog’s motor skills and their ability to concentrate on your commands.
This module was great for Bella because it covers one of my greatest fears of owning a dog.
You will discover the following games in this module.
This game was created to put your dog’s mental agility to the test.
Bella had fun with this one.
I would highly recommend focusing on this one if you are going to be training your dog for any type of sports-related activities.
Open Sesame Game
This game was created to develop your dog’s patience and calmness despite an open door.
Which is one of my greatest fears, I can’t stand to think about having my dog run out the front door never to be seen again.
Or finding them injured or dead, it makes me tear up even thinking about it.
I was so happy when I saw this game! I was like “Yes, this is perfect.”
This training alone is worth the price of the whole program to me. I couldn’t imagine losing her.
I feel confident after completed this module that she will never run out any open doors.
Magic Carpet Game
This game was created to further your dog’s patience and dexterity even further.
Module 4 College Conclusion
This module was handy, mainly because it focuses heavily on your dog’s patience.
I was thrilled once we completed this module because I no longer have to worry about Bella running out of the door to never be seen again.
If you have a dog that is a runner, or you think they might be, I would highly recommend utilizing module number 4.
It will give you peace of mind.
Module 5 University
This module is all about developing your dog’s intelligence and patience.
A large portion of this module is about impulse control.
Bella suffered something called “Dog Separation Anxiety” pretty bad; some days were a lot worse than others…
Days that I had to be away from the house 6+ hours were the worst on her.
Since I have young children, we have a lot of doctors’ appointments and other things going on.
Which means Bella has to be crated for 8 – 12 hours some days.
This module has just the thing to solve dog separation anxiety!
Hide And Seek
This game allows you to create a robust and meaningful bond between you and your dog.
Bella hates to be left alone; she absolutely HATES it!
The moment you walk out the door is the moment she loses all self-control
It’s a flurry of barking and whining. It breaks my heart to even think about it.
The whole primus behind this game is to passively teach them that you will always come back to them. Even if they cannot see, smell or hear you.
This game is a load of fun if you like to interact with your dog and even more fun if you have kids!
The children and I had a blast playing this game with Bella.
I am happy to announce that Bella no longer has dog separation anxiety, and it’s all thanks to Brain Training For Dogs.
Look At That
This game allows you to stop dog barking, especially dog barking at other dogs.
You will be utilizing the “Look at That” game mostly from a window setting, but that’s not to say you can’t do it from a verity of other locations.
The power of this game is to get your dog used to seeing people and other dogs on the outside of their home.
Bella had a bad habit of barking at the neighbor’s dog every time she saw him.
It didn’t matter what he was doing!
He could be laying down in the yard or on the porch if she saw him, she would go nuts.
This game was great and solved the issue in no time.
Hot And Cold
This game is designed to boost your dog’s ability to learn and to build their confidence.
Module 5 University Conclusion
This module was amazing because it allowed me to cure Bella’s separation anxiety.
The modules main focus is to build your dog’s confidence and intelligence so that they become a better-behaved dog.
Upon completion, I was able to teach Bella that I would always return no matter what and that she had no reason to get upset.
Bella was a mess before utilizing Brain Training For Dogs Module 5.
She would bark and whine immediately after I left the house.
Some days were a lot worse than others.
There would be times that she was soaking wet from head to toe.
It was NOT from pee; it was drool… Yes, drool!
She was getting herself so worked up that she was drooling.
At times there was so much drool that it created a puddle inside her dog crate.
I nearly vomited every time I had to clean it up.
Before getting the program, I took her to see a vet. He told me that if her anxiety did not subside, then they would look into putting her on separation anxiety medication for dogs
I’m not a fan of medication unless it’s absolutely necessary.
Module 6 Graduation
This module covers advanced level motor skills and intelligence to ensure that your dogs will obey your commands.
You will be utilizing everything that you learned prior to this module. It is called the “Graduation” module for a reason!
The graduation module will require you to utilize everything you learned in prior modules to complete the games.
You will be playing games that target and challenge your dog’s intelligence and skills this go around.
Advanced Leg Weaving Game
This game was created to challenge your dog on all levels.
Serpentine and Spirals Game
This game was created to teach your dog to stick by your side and follow your movements no matter how erratic they may become.
Ever seen a police dog in action?
They follow their partners every movement and command sticking by their side every inch they walk.
If this is something you would like from your dog, then look no further Brain Training For Dogs module 6 will get you to that point.
Bella is nowhere near mastering this one yet, but we are always improving!
Name Recognition Game
This game was created to teach your dog how to recognize and fetch their toys by name!
I like working with Bella on this; currently, she can identify 5 items and recall them to me on command!
So far, she has mastered knowing the difference between her Kong, bone, ball, rope, and frisbee.
Module 6 Conclusion
This module was beneficial in Bella’s overall development; it was great to put ALL her skills to the test that she had learned.
The name recognition game was my overall favorite of the module; I really like being able to learn Bella, the difference between individual items.
I’m curious how far I can take this skill.
Who knows? I could probably teach her how to open the refrigerator and bring me a drink ha-ha.
“just kidding, sort of”
It would probably backfire on me since she would probably just help herself to a few free snacks!
Module 7 Einstein
This is the final module, and just like the name implies it was created to take your dog’s training to the next level.
Bella is not on this level yet, but one day I know she will be able to make it here!
Tidy Up Game
This game was created so that your dog can tidy up after themselves!
We all know how messy dogs can get with all their toys tossed around the house.
One-minute Bella will be playing with a toy the next she will have like 8 scattered across the living room floor!
“She is a little spoiled in the toy department” and has a basket full that she likes to dig through.
Just think how nice it would be to tell your dog to clean up their toys, and they actually do it?
I, for one, think it would be GREAT!
This will be the first game we try to master in the Einstein Module.
Ring Stackers Game
This game was created to develop skills and patience even further.
Play The Piano Game
This game was created to push your dog to their limits.
That’s right. Your dog will be able to play the piano on cue.
I think it would be a great skill to learn your dog and an even cooler party trick!
Unfortunately, Bella will never master this one since we do not own a piano
Module 7 Conclusion
The main thing I want to learn from this module is the tidy up command.
This would be a handy skill for a dog to have, and I can think of tons of other ways to utilize or expand upon it.
The other two games are more for a show in my eyes but would be fantastic to learn.
Your dog will be utilizing everything they have learned throughout the entire program.
Brain Training For Dogs Bonus Training
Dog Trick Training Videos
These dog tricks were a blast to learn! Bella had so much fun.
The only one I decided not to teach her was “Howl” I felt like I shouldn’t open that can of worms…
Because I know if I did I would come home to notes plastered all over my door from annoyed pissed off neighbors’ ha-ha.
Out of all the tricks Bella struggled with “Covering Eyes” the most. It took us quite some time to learn it, and “Playing Dead” was a close second.
My overall favorite dog trick was “Taking a bow,” It is just so cute!
Cool Dog Tricks The Program Teaches
- Take a Bow
- Cover his Eyes (‘Shame on You’)
- Shake hands
- Play dead
Obedience 101 Training
I would say this is one of the most important pieces inside the Brain Training For Dogs program. Because it covers everything, you could ever think of.
Dog commands will be vital to your dog training journey; they have come in handy more times than I can count.
Especially The “leave it” command, which is extremely strong in so many scenarios… along with “drop it” and “come.”
If you get the program, those are the first three; I would highly recommend learning first.
Dog Commands Covered In The Program
- “Watch me.”
- “Leave it.”
- “Drop it.”
- “Settle Down.”
These are just to name a few.
Also Included in Obedience Training 101
- How to train your dog to obey commands using dog treats.
- Secretes to get your dog to sit, lie down, take and leave items.
- Get the exact methods Adrienne uses to get dogs eager to listen to your every word.
- Receive the exact strategies it takes to get your dog to stay, heel, and come to you on command.
- Learn the VITAL command “drop it” this command could save your dog’s life if they ever pick up something dangerous…
- And more
Polishing Up Your Training:
I would highly recommend that you spend a great deal of time on this training.
Since it focuses on phasing out enablers such as food, treats, and dog toys.
Why is this important?
Well, there will be times where you don’t have dog treats or toys on hand to bribe your dog with.
Then what are you going to do? Struggle.
This training will eliminate that weakness! You must complete it.
The last thing you want to happen is for your dog not to listen to you because you don’t have what they want as a reward.
Focus on this part of the Brain Training For Dogs program so that you will never have to deal with these situations.
Polishing Up Your Training Includes
- How to remove food and treats as a bribe/reward and still have your dog obey your every command.
- Revealing the truth about hand signals
- How to verbally increase obedience with simple tactics
- How to boost confidence and obedience levels without rewards
I would have named this training the bread and butter!
It literally has everything you could possibly think of when it comes to training dogs.
You gain access to over 100 in-depth articles about every dog behavior problem you could ever think of.
I have been able to fix every one of Bella’s issues with the help of these articles.
This archive alone is worth every penny spent on the program; I haven’t even scratched the service of reading all the articles not even close.
Thus far, I have only read the ones that apply to Bella.
I have peace of mind that if she ever comes up with a new behavioral issue, I’ll be able to solve it with one of the articles.
Adrienne’s Archive Includes
- Over 100 in-depth articles covering just about every behavior problem you can think of.
- An entire section dedicated to puppy training where Andrienne reveals amazing secrets to aid you in potty training, crate training, socialization, and bite inhibition. She covers EVERYTHING!
- A plethora of dog behavior solutions. Adrienne does not believe in cookie-cutter solutions.
Every dog is different, and they all can’t be fixed with the same exact solution.
She gives you techniques to tackle the ROOT cause to stop bad dog behavior FAST.
- Force-free, gentle techniques, created by a professional CCPDT certified trainer.
Brain Training For Dogs Also Incudes
- Cutting-edge dog training science and techniques.
- Gentle force-free techniques.
- Clear instructions with pictures.
- Troubleshooting segments in the Brain Training course for difficult dogs.
- Video demonstrations of the brain training games.
- A HUGE archive covering almost every dog behavior problem you could think of.
- Tailor-made solutions for behavior problems that tackle the root cause.
- Exclusive information from a certified professional trainer with years of experience.
- Ability to submit questions directly to me for answering through my support system.
- A private forum where members can discuss dogs and dog training, or just chat and connect with like-minded people.
- An online member’s area which means you can easily access all of the information on the go.
Last But Not Least
There is a bonus book that you will get if you purchase the course, but it’s only for a limited time.
Unfortunately, I have no idea how long this offer is valid for.
But for now, it’s still available.
The bonus book is called Behavior Training For Dogs and is valued at 47$.
You get this book for FREE when you buy Braining Training For Dogs – in addition to all the other bonus material…
The book focuses specifically on the most common dog behavior problems such as.
- Barking Jumping
- And more
These are just to name a few; the book shows you exactly how to STOP each of them!
Brain Training For Dogs Pros & Cons
I would like to point out that this program has too many pros to list so I’ll just mention my top picks.
On the contrary, there isn’t really anything negative about the program.
- Step by step instructions
- Professional grade
- Humane training (positive reinforcement)
- Accessible from anywhere (digital downloads)
- Could be overwhelming (Because of all the training you get)
- Some training isn’t necessary (more of a party trick)
How Much Does Brain Training For Dogs Cost
The total cost I paid for the program was only $47.
Yes, I got ALL of the dog training material I talked about for that price!
The program could easily be sold for hundreds, even thousands of dollars.
The reason I was able to get the program so cheap was because of a special launch price.
Which included ALL the bonus material and videos.
I found the special offer at the bottom of one of the sales pages that a lot of people don’t realize is there!
Adrienne straight up tells you on her website that if you hired a personal trainer with the same level of experience that is in this program that it would run you about $350 an hour!
A full day of consulting could set you back over $3,000 which clients Happily pay for.
I don’t know about you, but I will happily cough up $47 for a program that will eliminate any bad dog behavior my dog may have.
Would I Recommend Brain Training For Dogs?
Absolutely, this is by far one of the best dog training programs I have ever come across.
It’s so well put together that anyone could use the program even first-time dog owners.
Adrienne Farricelli’s Brain Training For Dogs allowed me to train Bella to be the best version of herself Fully.
She gave me the knowledge to stop the bad dog behavior habits that were harmful to her and others around her.
Some of those bad habits could have even killed Bella one day.
For that very reason, I can’t be any more grateful for Adrienne’s program.
To answer your question. Yes, I would recommend Brain Training For Dogs to anyone that wants to solve their dogs’ problems.
There will be a huge weight lifted from your chest once you have an obedient, happy, dog that enjoys life.
I couldn’t be any happier with my purchase, and I think it’s safe to say that Bella is happy with it as well.
Be the dog owner your dog deserves; help is only one click away!
I am pleased with Brain Training For Dogs; the program couldn’t have been put together any better.
Andrienne Farricelli put every ounce of her knowledge in the program.
So much time, stress, and money were saved.
If you choose to go with Brain Training for dogs, I can reassure you that the program does work.
With that being said, you will have to put in time and effort.
No course on earth is going to fix all of your dog’s problems for you magically.
If you want to try out the program for yourself, then you can do so at
You will get access to the exact blueprint that I used to correct all of Bella’s behavior problems.
It’s really as simple as that to start creating a new life for your dog.
I would 100% recommend the program to anyone looking for dog training.
Well, thanks for reading this Brain Training For Dogs Review.
Andrienne Farricelli has everything you will need and more to solve any dog behavioral issues you may have.
If you have any questions, please feel free to leave me a comment!
Have a great day, and good luck!