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Relationship Building Online
This class with Thomas suits dog owners who wants to develop a great relationship with their dog. You can join with a puppy, a young or adult dog of any breed. A great relationship is the foundation that makes both everyday life and (training for) trials fun and easy.
Foundation Class Online
Our popular foundation class is back with a new look and some great new content. This class is suitable for anyone wanting to learn more about efficient reward based training, play, shaping and self control.
Welcome to Fanny’s Clicker Dog Blog. I’m a dog trainer from Sweden. My goal is to help you get great results in obedience, agility or other dog sports; using reward based training and having lots of fun with your dog.
You will also find articles and classes by my husband Thomas Stokke here. He is a successful competitor in field trials for pointing dogs and spaniels, and he loves his German Wirehaired Pointers.
This site has articles and videos that will help you improve your training and learn reward based methods in dog training. If you want more help, you can join one of our online classes.
Bud is now 19 months and we’re having a great summer where his agility skills are coming together. There are so many exciting first times. I think I start most things a bit later than other people. It’s easy to get stressed out by all the younger dogs running courses at full height when your [...] Read more
Time to introduce Fidget – Thomas’ new cocker puppy. She’s 12 weeks old and has lived here for a couple of weeks, although it feels like much longer. Fidget is a working cocker spaniel and will be a field trial dog just like Kat, who turned four in March. Kat and Fidget are not related, [...] Read more
Few things are more aversive to dog trainers than a dog that isn’t interested in the training. Sniffing, finding treats on the floor, running away to check something out, staring into space, or taking off to say hi to another person, are all dog behaviors that really stress people out in a training setting. Because they [...] Read more