So your puppy needs training…. or your adult dog needs training…. and you’re looking for some help. Should you hire a professional trainer to come to your house? send your dog away to be trained? sign up for a group obedience class? read a book? watch a few videos? Here’s my advice on where to get dog training help when you really need it. [read more]
One of the most endearing qualities of Labrador Retrievers is that they remain very puppy-like long after they’ve reached adulthood. The downside is that their energy level and tendency to get into mischief continues well into adulthood as well. Therefore, it pays to have behavior management tools handy. Some management tools to keep in mind:
Hold a treat in front of the pup’s nose. Keeping the treat very close to the dog, travel the treat down the dog’s brisket to the floor. In an attempt to follow the treat the pup should drop to the ground, at which point say “Down” and give him the treat.
My two yellow labs have been patients now for one year with Dr. Tony Meyers and Ginger. I want people to know how great this office is not only during the first visit but every single time you visit. One of my dogs has diabetes and is insulin dependent twice a day. It was a huge adjustment for m…
We also dossier creation sarl host and instruct dog handlers and dog trainers from law enforcement and military organizations from around the world. We often work with large groups and offer group rates and discounts. Our Police K9 Instructor Courses are designed to give you all the skills that you need to train and certify Police K9 teams for detection, patrol, trailing and obedience. Our programs will teach you a variety of methods for training dogs in a number of areas. We maintain a number of dogs on-site that students can work with, in addition to dogs that they bring, to gain considerable hands-on experience during the course. Students enrolling in our Police K9 Trainer / Instructor programs vary in skill and experience level. Our goal is to customize each learning experience to meet the needs of the individual student. We also hold a General Services Administration Schedule 84 Contract which allows us to offer discounted pricing to Federal, State and local government agencies.
He is recommended by veterinarians and shelters throughout the Dallas area, and has earned a reputation for training and rehabilitating so-called “difficult” dogs including those with behavior problems such as fear and aggression.
As the franchise owner and head trainer of Sit Means Sit Knoxville I have owned and loved dogs my entire life. In 2004 I started training them in the Sit Means Sit system. When I first started as a client of Sit Means Sit Denver CO I had an aggressive Chocolate Labrador who had been through two other “professional” trainers. Other trainers couldn’t help us, which fortunately then led us to Dave Skoletsky and Sit Means Sit.
Quinntastic Dog provides top-quality, effective training not only for puppies, but also their owners (along with the entire family). You can count on us to help you develop a wonderful relationship with your new family member.
I have a 3 month old labrador puppy. When in the kitchen he pokes his nose whenever the fridge is opened. One day when I opened the fridge he jumped up and licked up a cake which was kept in the bottom row.
Start with a convenient stay at home comprehensive pre-study video training program and then when you’re ready you can come to Prince Edward Island to play and start your one-on-one, hands on training at the UPK9 school with Duke and the team. We keep number of enrolled students in each session small so Duke can provide the best training possible. For more in-depth information please visit the Unleashed Potential website and get booked in with a Skype or FaceTime consult with Duke.
Silver Service – Fixed price all inclusive service includes “Bark Busters 12-Month Guarantee”. Your Bark Busters Minneapolis Saint Paul Trainer and Behaviorist will work with you from the comfort of your home to address any problems, putting in place all the necessary training and behavior modification therapy to resolve your dog behavioral issues. You will be guided with expert hands on tuition with the prescribed techniques required to resolve and maintain control of any issues. You will continue to receive on-going training and support as required until the results achieved meet your personal satisfaction. If, within the first twelve months of your consultation, you find that you need further help with the training, your therapist will return free of charge to your home for any necessary follow-up training sessions to re-establish the result or to address any other issues. Your guarantee is underwritten by Bark Busters International, the worlds largest and most successful dog training organization. (Conditions apply)
We are some of the most successful dog trainers in the country! Our Dallas/Forth Worth dog training programs typically include what we call commitment-based training. We work together with you to set specific goals from the onset of training, and from there, we commit to working with you until these goals have been achieved. Our goal is to be the last dog trainer you ever hire!
The program is open to dogs 5 months and older. All clients must attend a pre-admission Aggression Evaluation, during which an Instructor and Manager will discuss the issues and formulate a game plan. The cost of this is between $120 and $150, depending on what resources are involved. If you check your dog in at the same time, we will waive this charge.
Tater was our bad little deaf rescue puppy. He barked at everything that passed our window. He pulled us down the street while he chased everything with four wheels, two legs or four paws. Tater would come home from walks with back pockets in his mouth. This was our first dog and we needed help. Training Tracks came highly recommended with special experience in training deaf dogs. They knew how to handle our special needs puppy. With only a few sessions, Tater began to respond amazingly…
Reactive Dogs: For the safety of our staff and clients, we do not allow reactive or aggressive dogs in group classes. Reactive dogs will be removed from class and you will NOT receive a refund. Feel free to contact us and discuss other alternatives if your dog is reactive.
Partners Dog Training School’s Resident “Board & Train” Camp was developed for dogs needing help with behavior issues. Our pro trainers do the initial training; and then train you! Our program is in use all over the USA, and has been featured dozens of times on TV.
I cannot say enough great things about Dog School. My husband and I have very hectic schedules and a very energetic dog so this place is a lifesaver. Before dog school, we didn’t think that our dog Abbey was capable of being tired out-even after multiple long trips to the dog park. We could not have been more wrong-Abbey is all smiles and can hardly stay awake when we get her home.
1. Currently we are collecting his potty and urine discharge by directly placing a container beneath him as we know by now that when he is ready for discharge. The problem is that we don’t want to make this as a practice and want to find a solution to this. Whenever he is in his crate he do notify us for his nature calls and never dirty his crate except 2-3 times when we didn’t reacted to his call. We want him to also notify us when he is not in his crate and we can take him to bathroom or find a different way. We are also thinking to train him for doing it on a potty pot or a container which can be cleared by us later and will be a one time activity for us. But we are not sure if this will work out. Do you have any idea how others deal with their pets having same situation or living in a flat where the pet has limited access to go out.
On the other hand, a submissive dog will try to make himself appear small and act like a puppy. This is because an adult dog will “tell off” a puppy but not attack him. Submission will take the form of a sideways crouch near to the ground, his tail held low but wagging away. He may also try to lick the face of the dominant dog or human. He may even roll on his back.
Hey I have a 7 month old male lab retriever, I have tried and tried to teach him obedience but with no luck he just doesn’t do it. He is very energetic as would all puppies be, but he seems to me to have a lack of respect and basically just runs rings round me. Out walking he pulls, he runs after everything! Birds, leaves, people, dogs, any vehicle, heck even if the wind blows the grass he tries to catch it… He’s awful when someone passes, if he sees another dog he goes completely nuts and will stop at nothing to get to them.. To the point of knocking me down or biting for restraining him. I’ve tried averting his attention but that definitely doesn’t work… He knocks over the kids and pulls on their tops. He jumps up and he bits a lot, I thought this was mouthing but any time you put your hand out to pet him he tries to snap it. He has excited urination which has been a challenge to get over but we have managed that (sort of)…before we got him a read a tone of books and researched a lot on training but it’s just not worked… Is it me? I don’t believe harsh punishment works, plenty praise and plenty love and affection but when your bitten or nipped on the legs every time your back is to him, he tears into possessions and just runs a mockery I’m at my wits end! HELP!!!
What makes our in home dog training instruction unique is our Multi-Method-Training System. Dog Training In Your Home’s instructors are accomplished trainers and behavior modification specialists skilled in management, communication, and problem solving techniques. They are able to help solve a broad range of behavioral problems including housebreaking, jumping up, barking, dominance, begging, and refusing to listen or pay attention. If you are in need of a dog training Oakland County or Macomb County , turn to Dog Training in Your Home.
“All” training will be “Basic” Training: Come, Sit, Sit/Stays, Down, Down/Stays, Heeling, teaching “Position” etc. Includes our Boot camp program…. For these Classes we won’t be doing any competitive Obedience training’s at this time.
Pat provided us with customized in home and about town training that addressed our specific concerns. She started by working on our most pressing needs, showing us the steps to achieve positive results right away. Her sessions are packed full of valuable information you can use in everyday situations. I give Pat a four-paws-up rating! – Joni, Santa Rosa, CA
One excellent first step you can take is to join the Association of Professional Dog Trainers. The APDT is the largest professional association of dog trainers in the world. The APDT offers many benefits, including the largest and most informative seminars on dog training/behavior available, an outstanding bimonthly newsletter, Internet e-mail lists where trainers share training tips and information, and numerous opportunities to network with other training professionals.