"Nate Schoemer’s videos were extremely helpful. They gave us the tools to begin the training experience for our puppy. We owe it to Nate’s expertise and talent in what he does and what he has taught us. When it comes to training, both the dog and owner need to be on the same page. Thanks to Nate, it has given us full knowledge with this new experience my husband and I are going through. If we could give 6 stars, we would. Thank you Nate for all your help. Link will be a very happy pup!"
- Aleksandra Monet Akopyan
"Nate is the best. He's hugely knowledgable and he explains and demonstrates the information in a way that our entire family (with two kids ages 10 & 12) can understand and implement."
- Georgia McCreery
"Nate is a brilliant dog trainer. With our rescued dog "Goofy" we have already visited several other trainings but never achieved such good results as with the training of Nate!"
- Bitxori Olivia Garcia
"Nate is amazing! He's a great teacher to both humans and dogs, and makes things fun. I would recommend Nate to anyone!"
- Rachel Laforest
Fifteen years ago, I adopted my first dog. I mean, I had a family dog growing up, but this was the first dog I could say was my dog. I’ve always loved dogs; in fact, when I would visit family as a kid, I would be sure to bring treats for everybody’s dogs. Unfortunately, despite all the passion I had for dogs back then, I never learned how to care for them. This created a lot of problems for me after I adopted my first dog.
I didn’t know where to begin, and everyone I asked would act like an expert. One person would say to be the alpha and dominate the dog, and the next would say to fatten the dog up with treats. I was running into all the dog problems you could imagine, and no one had a clear answer. My dog was going potty in the house, barking at every passing neighbor out the window, would chew on furniture and anything else she could get her teeth on, constantly jump on visitors, and pull me by the leash—it was more like she was the one taking me for a walk. She was my Marley, the dog that caused every problem in the book. I didn’t know what to do. In fact, at one point I even thought of giving her back to the rescue. I needed a solution!
After spending thousands on new furniture and carpet (not to mention the embarrassment of having an untrained dog), it was time for drastic measures. Lucky for me, I discovered that one of my friends from high school was a professional dog trainer. I reached out to him, and he invited me to his dog training facility in Chicago. My issues were so bad that the 2,000 mile-drive seemed worth it. I spent three weeks out there and was able to learn so much about dog training, and could understand the theories so well, my friend suggested that I become a dog trainer. After having spent two years behind a desk as a computer graphic artist, this sounded like a great idea! So, I packed up and headed out to the Tom Rose School—one of the premiere dog training academies for professional trainers. And so, 25,000.00 dollars later, I was a certified master dog trainer, and now I had the tools to help others that were struggling with the same issues I was!
After working with countless dogs, I started to realize that many of the big issues that people had were easily fixable—if only they had the right tools. The problem was, most of my clients couldn’t retain all the information, and as a side effect—small details would get mixed up, which would slow down progress. I believe that someone shouldn’t need a dog trainer for a long time, so my goal was to get people to be able to train their dog to be the perfect pet within 1-3 lessons. It was an ambitious goal, but I believed it was doable. Since the main issues were retaining the information, I figured a training manual/guide could help solve that problem. It would be broken down in a step-by-step scientific proven process to deliver results and support the lesson. I’m proud to say that it worked beautifully. My clients were able to train their dogs to the level they desired.
Soon after starting my non-profit, Animal Planet reached out to me. Since I trained dogs from the shelter to be service dogs, they thought I would be perfect for their new show, “Rescue Dog to Super Dog,” It worked out, and we made six incredible episodes. The show was a success with 34 million viewers. It had one downside, though—I started receiving hundreds of emails every day from people needing training help but who lived out of state. I would share my manual with everyone who contacted me, but without seeing the training first hand, they weren’t having the same success my clients were. I felt terrible that I wasn’t able to help everyone in need.
After a few thousand emails, I decided I needed to create an online training program that could provide the clear guidance so many people needed. I had three main goals in mind: A program that was easy to understand, easy to implement, and affordable! After countless hours of filming and editing, the Nate Schoemer Online Dog Training Course was born at a price everyone can afford.
The beauty of the program is that it teaches the student the science of dog training. During my career, I have trained service dogs, search and rescue dogs, agility dogs, protection dogs, therapy dogs, competition dogs, and pet dogs. I implement the science I teach in my program on every one of these dogs. When done correctly the results are undeniable!
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Congratulations, you’re about to embark on a great adventure with your dog. Whether you were supplied this dog-training series directly from me, or you discovered this product separately (perhaps through learning about us on the series Rescue Dog to Super Dog on Animal Planet), the following is a highly detailed system to revolutionize life with your canine companion.
The purpose of dog-training is to enhance relationships between dogs and their owners. Implementation of training principles is designed to put you and your dog on the same page together. Dogs especially are animals that are loyal to their owners; with a desire to please. This is why a dog may live in confusion as she notices how her owners are unhappy, but the poor pup doesn’t understand why. Because communication is weak, the situation never improves, the owner remains frustrated, and the dog remains confused.
Sadly, this pattern can deteriorate the relationship, and in the worst case scenarios prompt an owner to give the dog away to a shelter (where it is eventually put down). I believe it’s essential to stop this pattern, improve the lives of dogs and their owners and thus save the lives of dogs in the process.
In summary, dog training is the process of helping your dog to understand your expectations. As they are not capable of cognitive reasoning as is practiced by us bi-pedal mammals, we must instead use systems of conditioning, pattern-recognition, and positive habit forming to create our desired results, and help the dog to comprehend our thoughts and feelings.
Together, we can help you and your dog enjoy a brighter future!
StartDog Training Equipment (5:10)
StartTiming, Motivation, and Consistency (8:44)
StartContinuation Marker vs Terminal Marker (5:02)
StartHow to know which marker to use (1:23)
StartPerseverance | ProActive dog | Properly Spacing Rewards (7:46)
StartThe Four Quadrants of Operant Conditioning (5:26)
StartSelf Rewarding Behaviors (1:06)
StartWhat causes a dog to repeat a behavior (2:16)
StartHow long should you train your dog (1:39)
StartFormal vs informal commands (1:26)
StartPreparing your training environment (1:09)
StartSetting up your dogs training food for the day (0:54)