Dog Training Academy for iPhone and iPad now available

Dog Training Academy for iPhone is a newly released app that helps you train your dog. It provides step-by-stepy instructions and videos on how to train everything from the basics, to breaking bad habits, to fancy tricks such as “high five”.

  • 25 training videos complete with professional HD videos and instructions
  • All new Smart Steps. You won’t lose where you’re up to with our easy-to-read smart steps that highlight the step you are up to
  • Track your course progress and achievements for one or many of your dogs
  • Record the score for your dog at each step
  • Save each video or training module to your favorites
  • Teach your dog over 18 advanced tricks
  • Ability to delete videos from your device to save room. Don’t worry – you can download them again any time you like

If you pick this one up, let us know what you think! Check out the trailer and screenshots after the break.

[$4.99 - iTunes link]

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Dog Training Academy for iPhone and iPad now available

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Thank you for pointing this app out! My dog is so undisciplined, and I know it's because we haven't trained her at all. Hopefully, this app can help us do something about it.

We took a training class at Petsmart called iPhone for Dogs.
Its GREAT, she can Facetime any time
Letterman here we come

$5??? How much of this could be found one YouTube...on your iPhone? Could probably find a dog whisperer DVD in the bargain bin for that price.

YouTube is very hit-and-miss, and it takes a lot of searches, and it certainly isn't organize to progress you through the training process. And the "bargain bin" stuff is hard to find and either at that price or slightly more.
So assuming that this app uses quality training methods, it could be a veery useful app.

How legit is this? Sure its cheaper then taking a 7 week course at Petsmart but at least you can get trained by an actual human who has experience, not some one ripping off someone elses work

I think you need to clarify how this is "ripping off someone elses work"
Dog training is taught by thousands of people all over, they can not all be unique in their styles. There are some universal basics to all dog training and I don't think any of it involves "ripping off someone elses work"
I have been thru the training at Petsmart and it is very good.
I see this as a way for ME and MY DOG to relearn and practice after the classes are over. I know I do need some re learning and I am sure my dog would agree.
As for the cost, 5.00 is cheap for any app that provides something of value. From what I can see this is a very worthwhile investment.
So put down that 5.00 Starbucks and spend a little on some valueable education for you and your dog.

We should do that with people as well, right.
NO HITTING, ANY ONE OR ANY ANIMAL
That's not training, it's abuse

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