Brain Training for Dogs Review: Smart Pet Intelligence Guide

Chicago, IL – ( NewMediaWire[1] ) – August 12, 2020 – Brain Training for Dogs is an  at-home dog training program[2]  that was developed by a professional trainer, Adrienne Farricelli, from the methods that she uses in her own business. Already featured in USA Today and other major publications, trainer Farricelli focuses on how intelligent the brain of a dog is, engaging them with in-depth techniques that use no force.

What is Brain Training for Dogs?

When it comes to owning a dog, proper training is an absolute must for anybody who wants to have an obedient pet. Dogs are incredibly smart, and the industry is filled with numerous training programs that seem never to find the actual reason for the dog’s behavior. Even though there are many effective plans available, most of these programs miss the mark when it comes to utilizing the mental capacity of a dog. Most species require mental stimulation to engage them, and the techniques that these programs use only provide a bandage for a problem that requires much more.

Other programs simply do not deal with the root cause of bad behavior, and they use outdated methods that have already been proven not to be safe or effective.  CPDT-KA Certified dog trainer Adrienne Farricelli[3]  believes that every dog has a “hidden intelligence,” and that the use of the right techniques can bring out the best features of a pup. She believes that activating this intelligence is the key to illuminating the behaviors that most pet owners want to cease. No matter how old a dog may be or how bad the actions may have progressed to, Adrienne’s Brain Training for Dogs program aims to fix it.

The program has been in the works for a decade, but this trainer believes that every single technique she lists is capable of creating the well-behaved pet that users want to have. Dogs that don’t typically listen to their owners, bark constantly, show aggression and constantly chew on what they shouldn’t aren’t just bad pets. If anything, Adrienne suggests that they are under stimulated, which means that nothing that these so-called tried and true programs will work.

Brain Training for Dogs[4]  uses mental stimulation and other types of training to engage the dog’s brain to make it easier for them to understand commands and to follow them. The trainer helps dogs to improve intelligence and to improve behaviors by replacing bad habits, much in the same way that children are mentally stimulated. This program is more play-based than other programs, which often use either aggressive or domineering methods to establish the owner as of the Alpha.

Trainer Adrienne isn’t just another dog lover (though she is the owner of two rottweilers). The work that she’s done within this industry has earned her places in USA Today, Every Dog magazine, and more. She’s personally trained service animals for veterans, and she has run her successful boarding and training company that uses no cages at all. With her experience and her professional techniques, owners can teach their dogs self-control, obedience, and other good behaviors in the comfort of their own home.

Stages of Brain Training for Dogs

Brain Training for Dogs[5]  is broken down into modules that pet owners will follow in sequence. During the first module (“Preschool”), Users set a foundation for learning. Pet owners will learn a method called target training to hold their dog’s attention, and they will engage in an “airplane game” that helps maintain eye contact.

In Module 2 (“Elementary School”), the owner is asked to take advantage of the foundation that they have just built to refine skills in the dog and to utilize their senses as a way to follow through with commands. A “treasure hunt game” helps the dog two eliminate boredom, which is the root of many bad behaviors. This module also teaches “the muffin game” (for mental stimulation) and “the ball pit game” (to use up excess energy and to exercise).

During Module 3 (“High School”), the dog will learn how to control impulse and to maintain patience with their owner, thanks to “jazz up and settle down” (to calm a hyper dog), “the bottle game” (for mental stimulation), and “bobbing for treats” (to eliminate water fears).

To improve motor skills and focus, there’s Module 4 (“College”). In three new games, users will learn how to teach their dog mental and physical patience – “the shell game” (for a quicker response), “the open sesame game” (for calmness in any situation), and “the magic carpet game” (to increase the dog’s patience further).

When the pet owner reaches Module 5 (“University”), they will be working on their dog’s development of intelligence and patience, which means that it will teach the dog how to maintain impulse control. For any pet owner that has experienced a sudden surge and energy as their dog has dragged them behind with their leash, this module is incredibly helpful. During “the hide and seek game,” the bond between Man (or Woman) and Dog becomes stronger, especially helping consumers that have dogs with separation anxiety. To learn to stop barking at other dogs and people, owners will discover “the look at that game.” The third game involved in this segment is “the hot and cold game,” which promotes confidence and improved learning.

Finally, at Module 6 (“Graduation”), the dog and owner will together improve the former’s motor skills and intelligence, which significantly helps with obedience to every command that the owner provides. By this level, owners get to train their dogs more fun skills, like leg weaving and finding toys by name.

Users may think that’s where this program ends, but it isn’t. The final module – “Einstein” – will ramp up the fun parts of this training, helping the dog to learn to do tricks like stacking toys or hiding them. Adrienne even remarks that dogs at this level may be able to learn to play piano on cue, though it is highly unlikely that they will be playing Beethoven’s Ninth anytime soon. Still, as it seems, anything may be possible with this program.

Along with the modules, users will also get training videos for different tricks, like covering their eyes, dancing, howling, playing dead, and more. Users will get obedience training tips and will learn how to eliminate food as an incentive for good behavior.

By following the directions of this program carefully, consumers will see a drastic difference in troublesome behavior, obedience, and following commands.

Brain Training for Dogs FAQ’sHow do I mentally stimulate my dog?

  • Play with interactive games or toys with your dog
  • Run errands with your dog
  • Introduce your dog to new faces
  • Give your dog a job to do

Is it too late in training a dog?

It’s never too late in training a dog. Whether you are bringing home an older dog from a shelter (or rescue), or you’d like to work with your own older dog, there’s no reason to delay doing some training with an older dog. … Older dogs may already know some commands. They have a much longer attention span than puppies.

How do I train my dog to be alone?

Purchasing the Digital Brain Training for Dogs Program

As part of the launch, Adrienne has made it possible to purchase the digital version of  Brain Training for Dogs for $47[6]. This is significantly less expensive than hiring a personal dog trainer that could easily charge up to $350 an hour for as long as it takes to train with entirely different methods. All the digital content will be available within a few minutes, making the purchase.

So, every dog is different in every owner is different. If this program doesn’t eliminate bad behaviors and adequately train the dog in question, consumers can get a refund within 60 days. To contact the company, consumers can email with questions or concerns to[7]


Brain Training for Dogs[8]  changes the way pet owners train their animals. It works for dogs of all ages, and it focuses on teaching them through games, rather than using food, treats, or more stern methods. Throughout this process, the owner follows the games provided in the modules as their dog learns from them. It is incredibly cost-efficient, and users can mentally simulate their dogs to beat boredom and completely eradicate the behaviors that cause the most trouble.


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