Your End Of The Lead Class: A Very Special Offer for DINOS!
Put down your kale chips. Remove your cat from your keyboard. I’ve got some news:
Your End of the Lead is being offered, for the first time ever, as an on-demand online class. And to celebrate, I’ve partnered up with the founder, Janet Finlay, to offer you some really sweet deals.
This unique online course will change how you think about yourself and your reactive dog.
First things first.
What is Your End of the Lead?
This is not a training class. Your End of the Lead was designed to complement the training you’ve done or are already doing with your dog. Created and taught by professional dog trainer, coach, and Tellington Touch practitioner Janet Finlay of Canine Confidence in Wales, this is for YOU. The lessons are there to help you become a more aware, calmer, confident, and effective handler.
I’m really excited to share this class with you guys.
For a long time, I’ve wanted to offer Team DINOS (that’s you!) something more than what’s on my website and social media, like: an online forum, classes, support groups, a junior prom, and at least one national holiday.
But I know my limitations. I’ve never felt comfortable creating and offering those particular kind of resources. Still, I knew there was a gap and I really wanted to fill it because many of you need more support. I wanted so badly to offer it to you!
So imagine how stinking happy I was when Janet started offering her online class Your End of the Lead last year and I began hearing from her students that they loved it. Janet let me audit the course a few months ago and in all 15 lessons, you could hear me shouting at my computer “Amen!!” and “I meant to write about that for DINOS!” and “Oohh, that’s a great idea!”
I immediately started putting some of her suggestions to use, particularly her calming practices. And not just when I’m dog walking. It’s good stuff for all the time.
Your End of the Lead covers, in depth, a lot of what I just touch on over at DINOS, along with other stuff we never really get into – thanks to Janet’s TTouch and dog training expertise. So if you find DINOS helpful, I think you’ll really dig YEL.
YEL covers everything from understanding your dog’s triggers and thresholds to dealing with other dog owners out in public to learning TTouch wraps and breathing exercises to help you relax. Each lesson is overflowing with information, thought provoking prompts, and exercises for you to try.
Janet is really talented. She put all of this together in such a professional, yet compassionate way.
That’s why I’m promoting the class as an affiliate partner. I feel a deep sense of responsibility to all of you, so I don’t take promotions or sharing other people’s work lightly. I hope you know how much I want things to be better for you and your dogs. I think this class can help many of you.
If you’re stressed out by your dog’s reactive behavior, this course is designed for you.
Ready to sign up right now? Don’t let me stop you! Hop on over to the DINOS affiliate page to learn more about the class and register now.
Living with a reactive or fearful dog can be really hard and isolating. Maybe you’ve gone to dog training classes already, but found there really isn’t anything out there that directly supports you. Now there is! Your End of the Lead is really special in that it addresses your needs. And you can take the class on your schedule, at home, no matter where you live.
Using techniques from Tellington TTouch, coaching, and positive-based dog training techniques the class will:
Increase your awareness of yourself and your dog
Teach you how to be calm under pressure
Show you how to handle your dog with kindness and confidence
Not sure if you should take the class? Go on over to this page and watch Janet’s special video just for Team DINOS to hear more from her about why this class rocks and how the lessons are formatted. You can also access a free sample lesson on TTouch.
Who is this class for?
This class is for you if any of the following apply:
You live with a dog that is reactive, fearful, anxious, or aggressive.
You want to learn relaxation techniques that you can apply to yourself and/or your dogs.
You’re interested in learning and incorporating TTouch techniques.
You work with reactive dogs, especially those of us that walk them.
You’re interested in becoming a better observer – of our dogs, our environment, and ourselves.
You work with owners of reactive, fearful, aggressive, or anxious dogs and you want to learn new skills to help dog owners stay calm while working with their dogs.
I think most folks would benefit from the class. Even if you’re already an experienced dog trainer or have owned reactive dogs for years, I bet there’s more than a few week’s worth of lessons that will be fresh material for you. Like Lesson Five on Limiting Beliefs or Lesson Ten on Practicing Calm. This is not your average class about living with dogs.
But it’s not for everyone. You’ll only get out of it as much as you put into it. There are no magic potions or quick fixes offered in this class. You have to dedicate time to each lesson. You still have to do dog training and management. You have to be interested in exploring your relationship with your dog.
Thinking about signing up?
Just for you! A special DINOS offer:
The class is normally $165. But for the next two weeks, through April 30th, the class is only $99.
That’s 40% off the normal price.
You’ll get 15 lessons that include multimedia teachings, weekly prompts, monthly live webinars with Janet, and so much more.
You’ll even get 6 months of FREE access to her ACE Owners Club. This club has additional resources and mini training challenges, as well as a private community forum where all of her students – past and present – support each other.
Starting May 1st, the class goes back to $165, so why not sign up now and save 40%?
Here’s the thing: even if you don’t have time to take the class right now, you’ll have access to the course materials for a full year. So you can buy it now to save some dough, then start the class when you have the time to devote to it.
Update May 1st: The “early bird” special is now over, but you can still register to take Your End of the Lead anytime! For $165 you’ll get all 15 lessons, monthly webinars, and 6 months FREE access to the ACE Owners Club. A great deal!
The first 10 people to sign up using the DINOS link will win a FREE 40 minute, private Skype coaching session with Janet so you can discuss your questions related to the class and your dog’s reactive behavior. For real! Watch the video here and at the end, she’ll tell you more about the one-on-one session 10 lucky people will win. All 10 spots have been filled! Thanks to everyone who has registered so far. For those of you that won the free session, enjoy your time with Janet! If you’ve missed out on this bonus don’t worry – there is still lots of opportunity to get feedback and support through the ACE forum and the monthly webinars – all included in the course fee.
You can only get these offers – the $99 price and a chance to win a free session with Janet – through the DINOS affiliate link, so be sure to access the YEL registration page through the links provided here, ok?
Do you have questions about the class? Take a look at Janet’s class page and watch her video for more info. I’ll do my best to answer any questions you have here in the comments section too. And stay tuned – I’ve got an interview with Janet coming in a few days that you won’t want to miss!
Thank you. I’m in 🙂
Wheee! I bet you were one of the lucky ten to get a free session!
Just signed up! This sounds great, thank you for the referral! I hope I’m one of the 1st 10 people!!!
Yay! I hope you were too Michelle!
Yes I was! Am! Looking forward to these classes!
Me too……as soon as one of my clients pays me! Oh, yay and thank you for this great opportunity! Your blog is a fave of mine and I share it often, in particular with people I’m training to help their dogs….
I’m off to call in my chits and will share ASAP…but hopefully not before I can join the lucky 10. Either way, this is fantastic and thanks.
Thanks so much for sharing my blog – I hope it’s helpful to the people you work with! And enjoy the class!
Yipppieee! Roomie loaned me the money. Yay and many thanks!
Hello, My name is Kathy Cascade, a Tellington TTouch Instructor. I am happy to endorse this course, as I have worked with Janet. I also offer an online course, called S.A.N.E. Solutions for Challenging Dog Behavior as another resource for DINOs. I think this type of approach is so important for these dogs and their people!
Hi Kathy, Thanks so much for sharing your course here. I didn’t realize you had an on-demand course as well! I’m a big fan of your work (I originally found you through your wonderful work with Alf). I’ll add your class to the DINOS website, so it’s there as a resource as well.
Do you ever do workshops in New England? We’d love to have you out here!
And for anyone that’s interested, here is Kathy’s course link: http://www.spiritdog.com/sanesolutions.htm
Appreciate it, Jessica! I hope to get to your area and am working on it.
Thanks Kathy. YEL includes links to several of your articles as further reading as well as a link to your online course in follow on opportunities as I think these complement each other really well.
Just registered and by the look of it, these lessons are going to keep me busy! Thank you so much for making this affordable for us on Team DINOS!
Those lessons are jam packed, right? I still go through them and pick out new links/videos to explore. It’s a great resource. Hope you enjoy the class!
Thanks for this opportunity! I’m a total amateur, but this sounded like exactly what my dog and I need right now (and I was one of the first 10…lucky us)!
Oh, that’s great! It doesn’t matter how much experience you have or don’t have – the lessons meet you where you are on the journey (and Janet is a wonderful resource). Congrats!
Thanks for the email! I was wondering if there was somewhere that listed what the 15 class topics are?
Here are the names of the 15 lessons, so you have a better idea of each topic:
Reactivity and Us
Equipped for Success
Stress and Communication/Triggers and Thresholds
Language Labels and Limiting Beliefs
Awareness of the World Outside (other owners + environment)
TTouch – Circular Touches
TTouch – ear, mouth, and slides
Effective Leading and Handling
Foundation Training and Exercise
Choosing Training Techniques
Goals and Action Planning
Systems, Motivations, and Record Keeping
There’s more info about what you’ll learn in the links above.
Hope that helps!
Squeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!! I am so excited about this!
Wahooooooooooo! There’s an entire section about how to deal with loose dogs while your semi-incontinent dog, wearing a Velcro suit, skateboards by them to safety. On second thought, maybe that was a different class…
This is so awesome, on all all fronts. Way to go and congratulations! Can we at least discuss a junior prom though? 😉
Thanks! And please consider this your official invitation to join the Decorating and Refreshment Committee of the DINOS Junior Prom. May I suggest spiking the punch with sedatives and decorating with privacy screens? Because when Team DINOS hits the gymnasium together, it’s gonna get real funky!
This would have been perfect, especially with things spiraling out even more – ah, life! – but being unemployed makes it a no go 😐
Sue – have you seen Jessica’s competition? https://notesfromadogwalker.com/2014/04/21/interview-with-janet-finlay-of-your-end-of-the-lead-contest/ 🙂
Thank you for this, Jessica! When you wrote some time ago you would be pursuing other projects I never would have fathomed something like this. You are a gift!
My pit mix, Molly, has been recovering from pancreatitis and has been so weak, we have not been able to follow the garbage truck up and down the street (one of the fun activities we do before other dogs wake up). We were outside doing our business a couple of days ago when a small, white, yapping dog, approached. My sick Molly garnered all of her strength to lunge and bark like, well, like a pit bull. Weak as she was. What a champ. Funny thing is, as we cannot use treats and she is so lethargic, all I could think was to get down on my knees (in my work clothes not less), squeeze her and offer calming words. Clearly, YEL is here at the right time. Thank you so very much.
All the very best to you,
Lynn (the mom) and Molly (the pit)
Lynn, I’m so sorry to hear that you and Molly have been going through this and I hope that her recovery is a speedy one. Wishing you both well!