Bored dogs get into trouble.  Bright and active dogs get into mischief. 

Without enough to keep them occupied, dogs of all types will go self-employed: raiding the bin, digging holes in the garden, barking for attention – or 101 other behaviours we wish they wouldn’t do. 

This booklet was inspired by one of my own dogs - Jackson. At the age of five months, he needed extensive surgery for a hip problem. Of course, the post-op phase meant much-reduced exercise, and presented me with the challenge of how to keep a young and enthusiastic pup occupied - while keeping my shoes safe from being chewed! 

Dogs in the wild would face puzzles every day. They would have to find food, water and a safe place to sleep. Our dogs have all this provided: they get their food in a dish, their water is always available and their cosy basket sits in the corner. 

Dogs need to use their brains, to keep occupied, happy and well-balanced.

The ideas in this booklet are perfect for dogs that can’t have as much exercise as they would like, and as a foundation for those that are hyperactive or have behavioural problems. 

Most of all, these mind games are designed to be fun, fast and effective for all dogs to enjoy! 


Get your copy to download now for just £5!

Inside the Hands Off! Booklet:

  • Fun with Food

  • Managing your dog’s activity

  • Train his brain

  • Targeting

  • Outdoor Pursuits

  • Tricks for the cognitive canine

  • Canine Einstein or doggie dunce? Take the IQ test!

Sarah Whitehead is an internationally renowned speaker, best-selling author and global leading authority on canine behaviour and training.  

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