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I have a 10 month old large breed puppy. (70 lb) Unfortunately during the crucial puppy training period I had shoulder surgery. This led to some unwanted behavior like jumping and pulling on the lea…sh.

We’ve only been to the South Street location…When I took Miles there for the first time, I first fell in love with the fact that it’s basically a huge open room, with a large window in the front. There was plenty of space and toys to keep my little guy busy for quite some time, as well as super sweet doggie friends for him to play with for hours and hours!

One of the most common questions dog owners ask me is: “How can I stop my dog from doing (a specific comment se renseigner sur une entreprise behavior)?” My answer is almost always the same, no matter what the misbehavior is…. [read more]

Doggy day care is the best way to make sure your dog stays active while you’re at work. Instead of just taking a bathroom break at lunch, they can spend all day wrestling with friends, chasing balls, and practicing sprints. No couch potatoes here!

I used to work from home, so even though my wife was in office, I used to take my dog out for a walk once every 3 hrs and never tied it nor locked it in. Fortunately my puppy got very well potty trained, also is good with strangers and new family members, even kids.

In addition to an hourly wage, it isn’t uncommon for dog trainers to earn bonuses or commissions for their work, increasing their income for the year. Petropolis, an academy for animal grooming and training, shows that dog trainers can earn up to an additional $10,304 a year in bonuses, and anywhere from $2,150 to $9,000 in commissions. Of course, this all depends on the employer.

Electric shock collars are still #shockinglylegal in England. Only Westminster has the power to ban sales of shock collars – which can shock a dog for up to 11 seconds – so we’re asking for your support to ask your MP to #banshockcollars.

This may be a little off-topic but I can’t find any information on this anywhere else. Can I train my lab to tolerate increasing noise levels in our home with this reinforcement method? Gradually increasing his exposure to the noise until he is able to tolerate it in a relaxed state?

I bought this book to share with the pre schoolers in my life after we got a golden retriever puppy. The kids really enjoyed Tinka’s story and the colorful pictures that accompany it. Reading the kindle version on my iPad worked out well and it was fantastic I could have a copy across platforms (cell phone, iPad, computer) without lugging a physical book around since “Tinka” has been so popular. We have even read it to the puppy!

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Imagine teaching your dog basic skills: sit, down, come, stay, and loose leash walking in a beautiful and fun setting. We will address problem behaviors like jumping up, leash pulling, and play biting to make your dog a good family member. Our positive, reward-based program is a great bonding experience for you and your dog under the lovely shady trees at Plantation Heritage Park. We incorporate games and fun contests during class, too! Join us on Saturday mornings for more fun than humans should be allowed! Class times, required registration forms, and more information are available at Oh Behave.

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For students who wish to continue to work with their dogs, gain a better understanding of the exercises introduced in the Beginner class and achieve more control over their dogs.  Instruction will focus on areas where the dog/handler need improvement and prepare them to move on to the Intermediate class.

Mental Stimulation: Just like sending a kid to school, training helps your Lab get much-needed mental mojo. Without it, you may notice the destructive signs of boredom. However, with daily training, they will get mental stimulation so they don’t feel the need to rearrange your furniture or redecorate your house with pillow feathers.

Hi I have a 4 month old lab who every time I put a leash on him he refuses to move. If he even sees me get the leash he runs to the nearest corner to evade me. I have had him for a month and no amount of praise or treats gets him to move. I am at my wits end. If I drop the leash he will pick it up and follow me but the minute I pick it up he sits down. And I thought I was the stubborn one. He will walk with me without the leash fine. But there are leash laws where I live. Any advice?

As with many of the fast growing larger breeds the Labrador Retriever can be susceptible to hip and elbow dysplasia. Ensure that the parents of your labrador puppy have gained hip and elbow clearances.

This is a comprehensive program that will cover all aspects of Police K9 Training. This curriculum provides the student the ability to train dogs for police patrol, detection, trailing, obedience and agility. This course prepares you to train police dogs and it also teaches you how to instruct the officers that handle them.

Please note all dogs must be dog and human friendly, therefore your place on the workshop cannot be confirmed until after a conversation with one of our coaches – we will contact you once we receive your booking request, thank you!

Matt Misco, 11 and his sister Lily, 6 have a very different lifestyle than most of their peers. Matt’s family believe in letting him roam in a “Free Range” style. The Miscos live off the land and use a wood burning stove for cooking and for heating their home. Because Matt has not had as much exposure to peers and has a whole different frame of references, his peers make him the target of taunting. School is especially challenging for the boy.

One of the biggest threats to the health of your Labrador Retriever Puppy is actually controlled by you. Labradors that are overfed or allowed to become overweight are opened up to a wide range of potential health problems. It’s crucial to keep your Lab active, healthy and fit through a proper diet and daily exercise – they love to chase a ball!

Understand how puppies usually learn about biting. It’s normal for puppies to bite as they develop and grow. Usually, they learn about not biting from other members of their pack, including adult dogs. Puppies learn by playing with other pack mates about when to avoid causing serious damaging through biting. If puppies don’t learn to control or stop biting, the other dogs will punish the puppy more severely, possibly by biting the puppy to cause injury.

The Labrador Retriever was first bred as a fishing dog in Newfoundland. They have been referred to by many other names, like Lesser Newfoundland and St. John’s Dog. Today, it is one of the most sought-after breeds in the US, and the dogs are called Labrador or, more commonly, a Lab. A Labrador is intelligent, playful and fun-loving, but can be a little dogged when it comes to obedience! So, it is recommended that you start training your Lab from an early age, preferably when he is a little more than 12 weeks. The Labrador serves as a great companion dog and is yellow, black or golden in color. It is a breed that is most commonly trained as watch dogs and police dogs, and for the detection of narcotics and explosives. They also serve as guiding eyes for the blind. This article on tips to train a Labrador, will help you in the proper training of your gorgeous Labrador pup.

Labrador Retrievers are high energy dogs which is what makes them such great pets for active families. But if Labs aren’t given sufficient exercise, they can quickly become bored. This often leads to destructive behavior and other common behavior problems, such as barking, chewing, and digging. Plan on giving your Lab an hour or more of exercise each day. Most Labs love long walks or a game of fetch. These are the perfect way to burn off your Lab’s energy.

We are experienced dog trainers and have trained hundreds of dogs successfully in the Orlando area. Mike and Judy have owned dogs for their entire life. Mike began training dogs while he volunteered for a Golden Retriever Rescue in the early 1980’s when he acquired a very fearful and aggressive 9 month old golden retriever, Chelsea. Chelsea set Mike on a path of training his own dogs and eventually applied his skills to prepare other foster dogs for their forever homes. Judy manages The Orlando branch of Gold Coast Greyhound Adoptions, a non-profit greyhound adoption group. Under Judy’s leadership Gold Coast Greyhounds has fostered and placed over 2300 greyhounds since 2003. ” We discovered Bark Busters at just the right time. We had been answering dog behavioral questions for new adopters right from the start.” Experience, dedication and love for dogs made Bark Busters an obvious career choice.

1. During initial meet and greet you drop off your dog and stay with them while they meet other dogs and check out the space.  I was very nervous because all the dogs were much bigger than him but they were very friendly.  Since there wasn’t any type of psychological test to prove my dog isn’t batshit crazy, I inquired how they know if other dogs aren’t batshit crazy.  Safety first people!  Basically, they can tell almost immediately if a dog isn’t going to work out by body language etc and they keep an eye on the dogs the entire time which put me at ease.  It also makes sense that it would not be in their best interest to keep a dog that is unpredictable.

They often make a good job of teaching the skill at home and then are very upset when the dog’s obedience falls apart in public.  What they are essentially doing is attempting the ‘challenge’  method,  but usually without any effective form of punishment.

These pictures were taken on 2/14/2018. This group of puppies ranges from 8 to 13 weeks in age, and are shown in order from youngest to oldest. They will be ready to interface at our school in Wisconsin in May. We are now accepting payments for these puppies. All pups with green banners are currently available. Those who reserve their puppy early will have the opportunity to name their new pup. If you have any questions or you are interested in a trained Labrador puppy, please contact us or call 920-293-4460, prior to submitting an application.

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PRIVATE LESSON SNAKE PROOFING: If you need to have your dog trained privately, you can schedule a personal lesson. Cost of the first dog is $150. Additional dogs are $79 each. Setup and training takes approximately 30 minutes. Please note if you have an aggressive dog/s, that requires additional staff to handle, you may be charged an additional fee. Please discuss this with us prior to scheduling, as only senior staff are permitted to handle aggressive dogs.

As a retired teacher and school librarian, I love this book. It has good and easy rhyming schemes for the young reader, a challenged reader, and anyone. I have used it many times before. One of my grandchildren is 3 years old and is usually not as interested in books as his older brother, but “Cool Dog, School Dog” was a hit for the 3 year old. Thank You.

Your dog lives with a family, in a home. This is where he misbehaves most often so this is where training is most effective. Dogs learn by association. Bark Busters teaches your dog to listen in the home environment. If he does not listen at home, he will not listen outside your territory.

The first ten to fifteen minutes of the session are devoted to our trainers learning all about your dog. This is the time for you to discuss specific problems your dog is having. The more our trainers are able to learn, the better they can help.

My dog LOVES dog school! It is easy to get her there and pick her up at any time, the people are so friendly, they pay attention to her and have noticed things I missed, the price is great, my dog loves the socialization and she is happily exhausted when I pick her up. I think it has taken my sweet, happy dog and made her sweeter and happier!  

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