What happens when 18,000 dog lovers meet at the same place, at the same time, on the internet? Read more ….
We have had an incredible week. We dreamed big with Recallers this year. New for 2015 we decided to open the doors of our Critical Core for free! We were looking forward to everyone who wanted to, being able to join us.
FREECallers was an experiment. We were not sure what the response would be when we asked dog lovers if they would like to play games to build a better bond and relationship with the dogs in their life.
The response exceeded our wildest expectations! People from the world over, from all walks of life, united by a common love of dogs flooded into Recallers. Everyone here at Say Yes Dog Training was super excited and working hard to get everyone set up, ready to go with Game Day 1. Our big dream was a reality!
And, that is when it happened.
We knew it was big! But we had no idea how just how many people were keen to be a part of it all. In the 24 hours after opening our Recallers Guest Pass registration we received more visitors to our webpages than any other day in our online history.
As more and more people signed up and logged in, our server started to slow, our team were frantic trying to keep up ….. and then the server crashed … twice! Emails POURED in from people who had not signed up yet, disappointed to be missing out.
There was only one thing for us to do. We worked fast, packed up Recallers and moved to a bigger place so that everyone who wanted to join us could! And because our new home on the internet is SO roomy now, we have been able to keep Guest Pass registration open longer than we anticipated!
If you were thinking you missed out. Don’t worry. Our new Recaller “Guests” are currently introducing themselves to their classmates in our new room classroom. We have an ebook for everyone to get started with an assignment we call our first “iPLAY” assignment. Monday July 6th we roll out “Game Day Number One in Our Critical Core.” Still time to join in on the fun. Click this link to get your Guest Pass.
There is a reason kids (and adults) can’t pull themselves away from video games…games are FUN and addictive! The reason is CHOICE. With every choice you make on a game there is an outcome. You control your own success.
That is EXACT why our Recallers students have such an outstanding track record of success. Games of choice help align the dog’s wants with yours. In a nutshell the dog learns to do exactly what YOU want by choosing to do exactly what HE wants! And it all becomes very successful for you and addictive for the dog!
The common dream of our Recallers students is wanting to have the best possible bond with the dogs in their life. We all have different starting points, but all know that the road ahead is going to be fun and that the dream will soon become a reality! Here are some of the most recent comments posted in our Recallers community by our current “Critical Core” students:
“I have a lil rescue that is a work in progress. So far she has come so far in a year! Can’t wait to see what we can accomplish with this course!”
“My goal is to get ME to play more.”
“It is my dream to give them both the freedom they deserve .”
“We like to play games, so we are eager to learn new methods that will strengthen our bond even more!”
“I would like to tighten the bond that we have so they basically “drop everything” when I call them. Looking forward to this!”
“The puppy is distracted by exactly EVERYTHING!”
Only a few days left to grab your own “Guest Pass” and play your way to an amazing bond with your dog. Here is that link to grab your very own Guest Pass one more time!
Today I am grateful to our community of Reinforcement Based dog lovers. You are the best and most understanding folk in the world. Your support and patience as we moved our Recallers site this week was amazing and humbling! Thank you, you ROCK!!!
Hi- I’m currently in the middle of my puppy peaks journey/ going brilliantly btw??
I really want to do the freecallers but I keep sending emails and getting nothing back? It was my first choice not that I have any regrets about puppy peaks- it’s awesome! I just really want to offer more learning for my 12 month old who is hungry for more!!
Hi Lisa, send a note to customerhappiness at clickerdogs dot com
Can not enter program at all with my user name & password. Please help ASAP!
I just signed up again; after having signed up in June. I still have not received a guest pass. I confirmed my email but..nada.
Hi Natasha, please contact us at [email protected] and we will help you out!
I just discovered you and I signed up for your free recallers. It allowed me to do everything, but I am wondering, am I too late. I have a four month Aussie full of energy. We are now in puppy kindergarten. We are doing well. He is very smart. Anyway the reason I signed up is I want to have a good bond with him. I also have an elder dog (10 will be 11 in September) whom I do not want to be left out. Any advice is welcomed. Thanks.
Hi Diane, it’s never to late to start playing Recallers games with your dog, young or old! They are great for developing a new bond as well as keeping your older dog engaged and having fun!
Signed up for the Guest Pass, was able to get on once and never again. :((( Where is the log in page????
Hi Maggie, the login in page is http://www.brilliantrecalls.com. The login tab is at the top right of the page. You should be able to login there and join us!
As a current H360 student – and LOVING the progress me and my young collie are making – I too signed up for this Recallers Guest Pass… Hoping now to make the same sort of progress with a certain wayward terrier in our household.
Thank you Susan, for all these amazing videos, and for all the skills we am learning. 🙂
I have not yet received my guest pass, I was able to sign up and got my confirmation email but no guest pass, should I sign up again?
Looking forward to all the fun!!!
Gisela, please contact us at [email protected] and we will help you out.
thanks, I signed up again and got my access very quickly! let the games begin! 🙂
I have been training with my lab mix for eight years she loves agility and loves games I recently got another dog in English Shepherd she is eight months old going on nine months I have done foundations and poppy and have a really and I have been playing games with her for
I have been training with my lab mix for eight years she loves agility and loves games I recently got another dog in English Shepherd she is eight months old going on nine months I have done foundations and poppy and have a really and I have been playing games with her for a Some of the ingredients I feel bad leaving her in the crate while I go to work I want to leave her out of the crate like I do my other dog she is getting too big but she refuses to behave I keep testing her and she keeps chewing the wall I’m at my wits end please give me some advice
Jill sign up for you Guest Pass into our Critical Core and I promise you will gain clarity with a lot of these issues.
Fancy having 3dogs of that intelligence and going to work all day,leaving one in a crate. How cruel!i. I never sell puppy to someone who works all day. It is a pity someone does not stick you I a crate all day!
Gave up never could get into the website.