Hi! We have a Labrador puppy which we got it recently and he will be going 8 weeks this coming April 20, 2015. We have a problem about his biting habit. Can you please help us on what to do to this kind of habit because it’s somewhat disturbing to all of us at home. From the pants we wear, long skirts,and even to our legs, he likes to bite. We have already bought him a toy and bone chew for him to bite instead of other things, but still http://rentabilisermapassion.org/french/faire-de-largent-en-ligne-legitime-2013-commencer-la-petite-entreprise-rentable/ kept on biting. Thank you very much in advance for helping.
Early in the 19th century, the Earl of Malmesbury reputedly saw one of the dogs of this type and had it imported; in 1830, the noted British sportsman Colonel Hawker referred to the Lab as “the best for any kind of shooting…generally black and no bigger than a Pointer, very fine in legs, with short, smooth hair…is extremely quick running, swimming, and fighting…and their sense of smell is hardly to be credited.”
We have a 10lb poodle mix who is perfect….until we go for a walk and he meets another dog. Then he goes nuts, barking, lunging and snapping at other dogs. And then we met RD. After only 1 session, RD helped us make some significant changes both to how we were interacting with our doggie and how our dog was interacting with others dogs. We were grateful to find RD and have been practicing her strategies with big effects.
We are so glad we found Training Tracks when we got our Affenpinscher from the shelter. Mel worked to help her overcome her incredible shyness, and each month she comes around a little more. She now even jumps on the couch to cuddle up next to me! Thanks, Mel! You were fantastic.
Labrador Retrievers respond best to positive, non violent, reward based training methods. All they require are some guidelines and boundaries to be set in order to become well respected and trusted members of society. Your Lab will do his/her best for you when training, there’s no need for harsh “yank n crank” type training methods. They thrive on the physical and mental stimulation which obedience training provides – plus it is time spent with you which is a bonus.
Welcome to Koven Dog Training. We have specialized in the training and development of dogs and their owners since 1988. We sell started trained Labrador Retriever family companion puppies. Handler/K-9 interfacing and a personalized training program at our facility are included with the purchase of all our labs. If you would like to fly your puppy back home after interfacing with us in Wisconsin, we recommend United Airlines via Chicago/O’Hare (www.united.com, Petsafe program). Additional costs would apply. We also offer private obedience and agility lessons at our school. All breeds and ages are welcome. For availability, and more information on these programs, please click on the appropriate yellow box at the top of this page.
thanks for answering. i got him to the vet a yesterday , the vet told me he is fine and said i should break his meals to 4-5 times a day, and its totally fine if he skips a meal. i very strongly feel that he needs more nourishment apart from the kibbles (i give him pedigree mother and pup) he was very fat and heavy when i got him home and now he is quite thin. i am worried.
Dogs older than five months can attend basic obedience classes that include hand signals and commands, according to Pawnation.com. Housebreaking, problem jumping and inappropriate barking may also be covered.
Admission is restricted to those who have satisfactorily completed a Beginner class and received recommendation from the Instructor to attend OR have approval of the Training Director. Dogs will remain in this class until they have received recommendation from the Advanced Beginner Instructor to move on to the Intermediate class.
He owns, has co-owned, and managed dog training businesses, dog daycare’s, boarding facilities, and grooming shops over the years in West Michigan. Training companion dogs across the United States and even overseas. Paradigm Dog School has many close working relationships with rescues, shelters and humane societies. In Phoenix Arizona, Bob was invited to participate on the Maricopa County Animal Care and Control task force team, and played an intricate role in shelter reform in the state. He has studied Animal biology at MCC, and Grand Valley State University, also has impressively logged over 35,000 hours working with off leash domestic packs of 25-30 animals learning k9 behavior and social skills hands on. He is a Certified Dog Trainer, Dog Behavior Specialist, Pack Rehabilitation Specialist, a member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers, and AKC. He has also studied K9 behavior and philosophies with many of the top professionals in the world including; Dr. Ian Dunbar, Deb Lewis, Sue Sternberg, Sue Garrett, Steve White,Teoti Anderson, Gail Fisher, and Rise VanFleet, television personalities, Victoria Stillwell and Cesar Millan and more.
Another NEW course will be offered this Fall/Winter; for those that have purchased an Electronic Collar; some dogs just “won’t” come back around distractions, and for the safety of their dog, they need that extra insurance that when they call their dog, he/she “will” return!!