Learn how to train your dog to stay in one place for $29.99!

The Go to Your Mat behavior is one of the most basic obedience cues out there.

Go to Your Mat is an extremely useful tool and is one of the first behaviors we teach at Wags & Wiggles.

It's a great targeting behavior to start with and will help you master some dog training basics.

In this online dog training course, you will learn the Wags & Wiggles positive reinforcement method of training your dog to go to the mat and stay there, even from a distance and through distractions!

Teaching the mat behavior will reduce wild behavior.

The mat gives your dog a job to do when you are out to dinner, doing chores at home, entertaining guests, answering the door, and more!

Wags & Wiggles believes in using obedience cues in real-life situations. This makes practicing convenient and easy for you! We will guide you through the process of developing the mat behavior and getting it on cue.

The mat will also become a conditioned relaxer. This means practicing the mat behavior will reduce wild behavior, prevent running away, and automatically relax your dog.

Want your dog to be obedient, calm and relaxed in your own home? 'Go to Your Mat' teaches them to control their wild behavior at home and gives you a chance to relax as well.

It follows the other basic dog commands when it comes to having your pup remain cool and collected while you are with them. Go to your mat prevents disruption with guests, erratic at-home behavior, and your dog running away from you.

The online Go to Your Mat Dog Training Course contains 9 exciting games! You'll have access to this course for 3 months. Games are the key to making training fun and not another boring chore.

In addition, this course is included in the following Wags & Wiggles Online Dog Training memberships:

As a FREE BONUS to you, the Complete Guide To Dog Training and Advanced Training & Problem Solving courses are included in the purchase of this course. These freebies will give you a better understanding of basic dog training, reinforcement strategies, and problem solving.