The GOOD PUPPY System is not only simple but also inclusive. Multiple correspondences, such as colors, images and words, make it accessible to children with dyslexia, color blindness and other dissociative disorders. Its empathetic imagery reaches children years before they are able to read.
Implementing the system is as easy as one, two, three. One: Explain the four puppy positions to the child. Two: Write down the consequences for each level. Three: Use it consistently setting off from green every day.
Once the system is implemented, you can add to it as you see fit. From incentives, such asGOOD PUPPY Molars or GOOD PUPPY Tickets, rewards such as GOOD PUPPY Certificates of Achievement or GOOD PUPPY Gift Certificates or emotional support with any GOOD PUPPY Emotions or Innerchi tools, the game can only get more fun and exciting.
Positive identifiers, such as the GOOD PUPPY Salute, work at keeping children healthy and focused on doing well. It really wouldn’t hurt parents to recite along with children to tune the entire family to the same vibrant frequency. Sharing good thoughts bonds the family unit.