Suburban K9 believes in-home training is simply more effective and convenient than many traditional classes. At home, we’re able to provide a deeper, more focused level of one-on-one attention—the gold standard in dog training. Our in-home training is an hour and a half long to ensure we can make progress with each lesson. Here’s how we approach improving your pup’s behavior:
If your toddler was repeatedly sticking her fingers into open electrical outlets, what would you do? Would you sit her down and try to explain why that’s not a good idea? Would you smack her every time she did it? Nope, you’d probably buy some outlet covers. Voilà! Problem solved. Prevention is sometimes the best solution. When training a dog, the easiest way to deal with a behavior problem might be to simply prevent the undesired behavior from happening. If your dog raids the kitchen trash can, you could spend weeks training a perfect down-stay in another room-or you could move the trash can to a place where your dog can’t get to it. Prevention is also important if you’re trying to train your dog to do one thing instead of another. For example, if you want to house train your dog, she’ll learn fastest if you use a crate to prevent her from making mistakes inside while you focus on training her to eliminate outside.
….We take the best of the best from our litters of Labrador Puppies….and train them for 8-11 Months…at which time Handlers take the baton and finish them….We applaud all handlers that purchase a Maranatha Started dog for their Dedication …to work disasters and individual Cases.
My method of training Labrador Retrievers includes teaching specific words in specific ways so that your dog not only learns the words but also develops the respectful attitude that makes him happy to obey you. Teach your dog words and he will understand what you say. Teach those words in the right ways and he will actually DO what you say. [read more]
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.
Aggressive behavior is the most common reason that people seek professional training for their dogs. Aggressive dogs require careful evaluation from a professional to accurately classify and diagnose the behavior. Puppies that display aggressive behavior are often diagnosed as undersocialized or hyperactive, and may evolve out of that behavior with regular obedience training. However, dogs with real aggression issues require specialized training from a behaviorist or trainer who understands genetic and hereditary factors, types of aggression, environmental factors and aggressive treatment methods. The number one suggestion when seeking an aggressive behavior specialist is to ask a trusted veterinarian. Dog rescues or other professionals may also have good referrals.
“Jerry goes so much more in depth into principles and techniques than any training programs I have seen in my seven years of training and handling police canines. If you truly want to learn how to train and handle a police canine the right way I strongly recommend that you attend.”
My experience with Animal Assisted Therapy started in 2009 when I partnered with Colorado State University and HABIC (Human Animal Bond in Colorado) in a graduate level research project. We had one HABIC team work with a student. That student blossomed and I was convinced that I needed to learn more. I spent a significant portion of time on the internet and decided to adopt a dog that could potentially come to work at school. It was 18 months later that Copper first entered our building. I hope the information on this site shortens the entry time for other professionals interested in this modality and provides best practices to those of use who are breaking ground with our own programs.
How do I know if the Basic Retriever Training program is right for my dog? At Duck Dog Trainer, we specialize in training duck hunting dogs. It is what we are known for. By far, our most popular training package is our Basic Retriever Training … [Read More]
“While attending the school, my life changed. I fell in love with the training of dogs in all areas; protection work, detection work, man trailing, obedience, etc. I knew that it was exactly what I wanted to do with my life. Jerry Bradshaw and his staff made the whole experience incredible for me, someone who had never owned a dog before, plunging head first into the training of these amazing animals. The staff was knowledgeable, courteous and professional and made sure I got proper instruction and lots of hands on time in all areas of training. While attending the school, I forged friendships that will remain forever in my life and I was even able to purchase my first dog, a female Belgian Malinois, from Jerry while I was there. Upon graduation after 3 months, Jerry was instrumental in helping me obtain my first dog trainer job…”
It’s more the fact ‘as soon as you get them home’ and 8 weeks happens to be the age at which it’s recommended a puppy is taken from it’s mother and litter-mates to go to a new home. So owners don’t get their puppies before this age.
The most important tip in obedience training is to let your Labrador know that you are the Alpha person, that is, you are the leader. There are several ways to achieve this. One way is to feed your Labrador at regular intervals and not when it wants to. When you take your dog for a walk, make sure to not let the dog decide which direction to go. It is essential to exercise control over your dog to ascertain that the dog is eager to obey your commands. Taking good care of your dog will help it build its trust in you. Once your dog learns to trust you, it will accept you as the leader and will be more than happy to please you.
Training a labrador puppy is an essential and rewarding experience for both you and your puppy. The intelligence and eager to please nature of the Labrador make them a highly trainable breed – they are gifted and willing students. From puppy house training right through to advanced obedience training the Labrador is at the head of the class.
Labradors are happy, eager to please dogs that learn quickly when treated right. As highly food-motivated dogs, you have the advantage of being able to use his stomach in order to get him to work. However, be sure to use very small treats or he will spend more time crunching and chomping than training (and of course he’ll get too heavy.)
Sarah has loved and trained both dogs and horses from a very early age. Her Staffordshire bull terrier, Mona, is trained as both a therapy dog and disaster stress relief dog. In addition, Sarah has trained her German Shepherd, Soren, as a service dog.
We also offer stud services from one of our quality black Labs, Tyson. He is a great house dog, as well as hard-charging,focused, and birdy in the field. He is out of Field Champion lines, and is quite handsome. To learn more about our Labrador at stud, visit Tyson’s page.
We offer a wide variety of private in-home dog training programs throughout greater Cincinnati and Oxford, OH http://rentabilisermapassion.org/french/des-idees-daffaires-rentables-en-afrique-de-lest-comment-demarrer-des-affaires-rentables-en-inde/ fit any schedule and solve any problem. We can teach you to train your dog or we can do it for you. We’re happy to come to your home for lessons or even to take your dog home to live 24/7 with 2 professional trainers and our pack.