Need to know how to write a dog training plan? Here are three easy steps to teach your how to create your own, unique, dog training plan, because not creating a dog training plan is a BIG mistake!

Winging the training without a plan is unprofessional and will waste lots of your precious time. One minute of training with a written dog training plan in your pocket is the equivalent to one hour of training without a written plan. Your training sessions will became way, way, way more effective. Instead of needing weeks to train a behaviour, I only needed hours or days.

However, designing a training plan can be a daunting task for beginners (and professionals if they don’t have a system).

I used to think I didn’t need a plan. Though, I always subconsciously knew that I did! Once I started creating dog training plans, training took less time and was more fun because I had a really clear vision of what I wanted to accomplish from the training sessions. This took all the dreaded doubt out of my head and replaced it with clarity.

Now, I always have a training plan when I begin a formal session with a dog. It’s always written. This takes the pressure off my brain. The more calm the brain is, the more powerful it becomes.

Here Are The 3 Easy Steps To Create A Dog Training Plan Using The Dog Training Planner 

 Dog Training Planner

Easy Step 1
Open The Planner

Dog Training Planner Formula

With 201 dog training tips within the Dog Training Planner you’ll be able to effortlessly create a dog training plan in less than 5 minutes.


Dog Training Planner Features

The Dog Training Planner includes the following columns: 

  • Category (e.g. C is for “Commands”)
  • Step by step action plan
  • Start date for the training session
  • End date for the training session (e.g. you may spend 3 days training the “commands”)
  • Resource (link to a video tutorial)
  • Notes (to put your own notes)

Proven behavioural training methods

The Dog Training Planner has 201 proven behavioural training methods that can help you address your particular furry friend’s less endearing habits including: 

  • Aggression towards People or other Dogs…
  • Begging for Food…
  • Biting and Nipping…
  • Bolting out the Front Door…
  • Chewing…
  • Digging…
  • Excessive Barking…
  • Fear of Objects, People or Animals…
  • Jumping Up…
  • Ignoring Simple Commands like “sit” or “stay”…
  • Mounts other dogs or people…
  • Peeing and Pooping in the House…
  • Suffering from Separation Anxiety…
  • Tugging on the Lead (or Leash if you’re American)…
  • Whining…
  • Won’t come when called..


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Easy Step 2
Cut & Paste

Free Dog Training Tips with George Watts

All you need to do is cut and paste one of the dog training tactics from the Dog Training Planner into the Dog Training Plan template. 


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Easy Step 3
Print & Train

Dog Training Planner System

You can then either save the plan on your computer, smart phone or tablet and view and edit it from there…or you can print it out.

Dog Training Planner