Puppy Training Made Easy

Puppy Training Made Easy

Online Puppy Class  by Dr. Ian Dunbar

Promoted by PuppyGenius.com


At the website link below, you will discover a whole new philosophy of puppy/dog training like nothing you have ever seen before!!!  Bar None!


When you chose to adopt a puppy, it is your responsibility to train your puppy. You were not born with the knowledge to train your fur baby correctly, therefore, as a responsible puppy parent you must learn how to train him. Therefore, as a credible breeder and trainer of over 45 years I set out to find the dog trainer best suited for the clients I represent.  As a result of my extensive research I chose Dr. Ian Dunbar.

After vetting Dr. Dunbar I feel confident to recommend him to provide the online dog and puppy training that all responsible dog owners deserve to  have direct access. In pursuit of an exceptional dog trainer for my clients and others, and making a careful and critical examination of the qualifications of  Dr. Dunbar I discovered that not only is he a Veterinarian, he holds an degree in Animal Behavior, and besides that he is an expert dog trainer for over 45 years. Therefore, with my dog training expertise of over 45 years I am qualified to recognize a skilled and expert dog trainer.  Without a doubt, everyone will benefit from his knowledge. Dr. Dunbar opened multiple Sirius Dog Training Facilities throughout Northern California. However, in 2020, after the covid-19, the corona virus outbreak multiple businesses were required to close, which lead to Dr. Dunbar creating an online puppy course to serve the masses with the knowledge necessary to rear a fur baby properly. The online course designed for the necessary training of puppy parents can be found at http://puppyparenting.info, it is call Puppy Training, Sirius at Home, a home study course.

Dr. Dunbar is a Veterinarian and Animal Behaviorist. From the beginning of his life we see his passion and love for animals and dogs which shines through like a rainbow on a rainy day. His life continues to be dedicated to the development, care and well-being of puppies/dogs and this can only be manifested by his loving, caring and educating of humans to be the best puppy parent.

Dr. Ian Dunbar epitomizes what we expect from a professional dog trainer; he continues to build Sirius Puppy training facilities worldwide.


 Your continuing education of how to properly leash train your puppy and so much more can be found at http://puppyparenting.net


Stay Healthy!

 Thank you,

 Barbara Williams

May 6, 2020

 “We are making history”

Before meeting Barbara, I thought that I knew what it took to raise a dog.

Growing up in Australia, we had a number of dogs as pets, and while I knew they weren’t well trained, I would have said that the dogs were well behaved and good family companions and that, in itself, was enough.

Only now, since speaking with Barbara at length and taking Ian Dunbar’s course, do I realize that dogs are not hard to train and that, by properly training your dog, you are not only helping the dog to reach its full potential, but you are also maximizing the enjoyment that you and your family will receive from the dog over its lifetime.

While taking the course is an upfront investment of time and money, mostly time, I know that it will save us significant time over the long term, and greatly add to my family’s and my new dog’s happiness.

Danville, California


Hi Barbara,

Hope you are well…..Natalie and I wrote a review of the Sirius at Home Puppy Training course:

“The Sirius at Home Puppy Training course we subscribed to, through Barbara Williams, is an indispensable guide for puppy parents – new and experienced. Dr. Ian Dunbar is incredibly knowledgeable and his material in this course offers insightful guidance on how to build a long-term rewarding and enriching relationship with your dog. By focusing on early socialization and conditioning, Dr. Dunbar ensures puppy parents are ready to begin training and building a relationship with their dogs the minute they take the dog home. The courses are engaging, fun, and inspiring. There is a huge range of videos ranging from basic sit /stay to more involved forms of puppy enrichment. We highly recommend this course to anyone who loves dogs.”

Thank you,

David & Natalie
Los Angeles, California


Hi Barbara,
Here’s on why Dunbar’s puppy classes were so important and useful to me:

“I’ve lived with dogs of all shapes and sizes throughout my life and thought I would be perfectly fine raising a puppy for the first time. But I’m so glad that Barbara recommended these classes (so I didn’t have to search for great ones) and that they were a requirement! Everything the classes covered made a lot of sense to me and seemed very easy to replicate, and most of the class information wasn’t common knowledge for me or my family. After completing the classes, I feel so much more prepared as a future puppy owner!”

Oakland, California



How Much Does A Puppy Sleep?

How Much Does A Puppy Sleep?

Gee Weez, I just brought my new 8week old puppy home, now what?


Are they sick, they never get up to play?


That’s a very good question!


Puppies just like infants require a lot of sleep, they sleep around 18 to

20 hours out of a 24 hour day.


Even though, puppies sleep a great deal of the day, they will get up to go to the toilet. Like babies, they normally do not sleep through the night.  You can expect your puppy to sleep for about six to ten hours a night. However, they sleep up to 21 hours of the day.


Puppies love routines so set your clock to the same time every morning to get up with your puppy; I suggest you sleep 7 hours a night. Remember sleep for adults is over-rated.


When you look at the 24hour day you will discover that your puppy is sleeping a large portion of the day; let them do it!   Again, there is a parallel between infants and puppies. Your puppy will require 18 to 20 hours of sleep through the day.  So, do not let the kids over play with their new puppy. You might consider multiple 20minute play periods. Fortunately, this phase, where puppies fall asleep easily on your lap or in your arms, doesn’t last long. But, dogs continue to sleep for long periods throughout their lives.


Enjoy your new life with your new puppy baby, fur baby and best friend!


Barbara Williams

Author, Breeder, Coach