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Some training methods use punishment, like leash corrections and scolding, to discourage dogs from doing everything except what you want them to do. Other methods cut right to the chase and focus on teaching dogs what you do want them to do. While both tactics can work, the latter is usually the more effective approach, and it’s also much more enjoyable for you and your dog. For example, you can easily use treats, games and praise to teach your dog to sit when people approach during walks in the neighborhood. If your dog is sitting, she won’t be dragging you toward the people, jumping up when they get close enough, mouthing on their arms and legs, and so on. That’s pretty efficient training-no pain or intimidation needed. Alternatively, you could grab your dog’s leash and jerk her to the ground every time she jumps up to greet people, and you’d most likely get the same effect in the end-no more jumping up. But consider the possible fallout:
Of course not! Just imagine the house disaster you put yourself into when you let loose an untrained dog. That is right! You need to train your Labrador next after all the cuddling and provisions you provide him. Good news is these dogs are excellent in training in obedience and you will be amazed on how obedient your Labradors are.
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]
SNAKECHECK: If you would like to check your dog AFTER being trained, you are welcome to do a SNAKECHECK by walking your dog past one of the desert habitat snake cages. SNAKECHECKS can only be done on Friday mornings, and do not involve dressing (equipment) or training of your dog. Cost of a SNAKECHECK is $50. This fee is to cover your beingescorted by a staff member. If your dog fails the check, and you wish to have them trained at the same time, there will be an additional charge of $50. This is to cover us having to dress (place equipment on your dog) and then run them a second time.
I thought I had posted this review like a year ago when I wrote it but I somehow forgot to do so. An update from this review (my bulldog is almost 2 now ) is that he still loves going to Dog School and every time we day “Are you ready to go to Dog School?” he jumps up from the couch and runs to the front door aka he highly recommends this place! I’ll try to video tape it, it’s hilarious.
1-13-15I first met Dr. Chase January 2009 and Ike was about 4 Mo. old. Dr. Chase started Ike (poodle) with all of his shots, etc. All of a sudden Ike developed a problem with one of his legs. Slipped out of place and Dr. Chas operated on his leg and the operation was a success and Ike was abl…
is for students who wish to to continue to work with their dogs, learn new exercises and gain more control over their dogs as well as to start training for competitive obedience/rally. Instruction will include an introduction to Rally and the skills needed to obtain AKC Canine Good Citizen, http://rentabilisermapassion.org/des-idees-daffaires-de-demarrage-rentable-en-inde-developper-des-affaires-de-camionnage/ Canine, and/or Urban Canine Good Citizen titles.
Drop your dog off with Partners between 8 and 4 pm, Monday to Friday, for daycare and a little training. Depending on your dogs personality we can also let them run and play in our playgroup sessions.
The puppy has the bladder he has, and you cannot influence that. What you can do is make it easy for him to be clean, by taking him outside to his toilet area very early in the morning, and even in the middle of the night , if that is what he needs.
I inherited a 7 yr. old black lab a year ago. He knows the basic commands but doesn’t always do them for me. When I take him for a walk I’m pulled until I feel my arm is coming off. He is now refusing to eat his food, seems to prefer the cats food. Can you help me?