With group classes, in-home private lessons, behavior modification programs for both dogs and cats, plus evening, daytime and weekend hours, it couldn’t be more convenient. All dogs can learn, and we take pride in making it an enjoyable experience for all involved.
Eleven-year-old Matt is struggling in school and he has to set up his own business to save his failing math grade. But what is he even good at? The only thing he truly loves is his team of dogs, and so Matt’s Sled Dog School is born. Teaching dogsledding should be easy, right?
The longer you wait, the longer it takes to fix the issues your having, which can end up costing you more in the long run. Not only is it harder to fix the issues with the dog, but you also leave yourself open to lawsuits, should you have an aggressive dog or a dog with behavior issue. Dog training is always cheaper than a lawsuit … Don’t take a chance … Dayton Dog Trainer can fix your dog!
This is as prevalent in young, green dogs as breaking is in older hunting dogs. Both problems stem from a lack of obedience. If a dog is well trained to heel, sit, stay and come, he’ll do nearly anything you want. The problem lies in the definition of “well trained.”
Prepare for the AKC Canine Good Citizen certification, a widely-recognized high standard of polite behavior and excellent preparation for therapy dog training. We also offer the AKC S.T.A.R. class and test.
Attention puppy owners! There now are openings in a new 8-week Little Rascals I class meeting on Thursdays from 11:45 a.m. – 12:45 p.m. New student consultation is required prior to joining this class. With only a few spots available, please be sure to reserve yours today!
Our program is best described as intimate. Our student to instructor ratio is literally no more than 3 to 1. Everyone gets to work dogs, and nobody just watches. Training with the instructors is informal and interactive. Questions about method and alternatives are encouraged. Many other schools are large and impersonal, and the bulk of your time is spent only training your own dogs. In this business you will be training the dogs of strangers or dogs for police work that have no handler to bond to. You have to have the skills to extract behaviors from all different temperaments and breeds to be successful. Our students are successful in the Pet Training Industry as well as in the Police K9, working dog and sport worlds.
We aim to teach you to understand how your dog communicates and learns in a fun, interactive environment. We will support you in developing the skills needed to help them become happy, confident, well behaved canine citizens. We will achieve this through practical training and support for both you and your dog.
We took a wrong turn somewhere in the evolution of training and now go about the retrieving and steadying processes in a totally illogical manner. We take a young dog and give him hundreds of retrieves with no restraint. For the first thousand retrieves, we encourage the dog to take off at will after the falling dummy. Then, after we have him well trained to break, we change the rules and decide comment creer societe make him steady—which requires a certain amount of punishment to counteract the breaking behavior we have just trained.
Moreover, Labradors are generally obedient dogs. So, it is imperative that you make use of such good characteristic in a pleasant way. Although Labradors may want to please you always, they can become aggressive when you do not set out proper training and approach.
I brought my 8 week old puppy to Training Tracks at the recommendation of my vet. I was a new dog owner, terrified and annoyed and wondering if my hyperactive, mouthy puppy was normal. The folks at Tr…
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We probably need to look back to England for solutions. They still have the same field trials they had 80 years ago, still selectively breed for major traits and still get rid of dogs that lack a cooperative nature and predisposition toward trainability.
It is important to be consistent when training your Labrador. This implies that you should stick to one word commands and follow the same set of hand signals while training. Also follow a routine for the purpose. For example, you can train him for an hour a day, three days a week. This makes it easy for him to grasp things quickly and respond to your commands. Also, it is essential to make the learning process fun for your Lab by taking breaks in between training, and by rewarding obedience from your pup, with his favorite treat.
If you are a U.S. Veteran or a dependent under the provisions of Title 38, United States Code, you may be able to use your military benefits for our classroom Dog Obedience Instructor Training Program. This on-site program is located in Los Angeles, CA.
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 e…
At the end of class we will again ask that you keep your distance from other owners and dogs. We will guide you out of the class one at a time, please remember to keep your distance from the other students as you are leaving the building and returning to your cars.
Now that I’ve experienced other dog daycares I love Dog School even more. In our new home, Austin TX, many of the dog daycares used crates for a large portion of the day. I loved the fact that she could run around free at Dog School all day if she wanted to. We miss this place!!!
Canine Dimensions certified dog trainers specialize in dog training, puppy training and aggressive dog training and behavior modification in the greater Dallas and Fort Worth, TX area including all of Collin County (Plano, Frisco, McKinney, Allen) Texas, and most areas of Dallas County.
You can rest assured you’re learning from expert dog trainers when you enroll in our dog training school. Founded and operated by award-winning professional dog trainers Steven Appelbaum and Debbie Kendrick, our school for dog trainers is designed to help you succeed. In addition to enrolling in a school built by dog trainers for dog trainers, you’re receiving quality education and support from our Program Managers. Each and every one of our Program Managers has graduated from our school, some of who still pursue continuing education and train dogs in their local communities. If you want to learn more about us, check out our staff.
Repeat it every day. If your dog tries to sit up or lunges toward your hand, say “No” and take your hand away. Don’t push him into a down position, and encourage every step your dog takes toward the right position. After all, he’s working hard to figure it out!
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Nosework is a new sport where dogs are trained to find certain odors in four different elements – interiors, exteriors, vehicles and containers. Sniffing is one of the greatest joys in a dog’s life, yet we rarely allow them to do it. This class is a great confidence builder for dogs; offers an outlet for older and retired dogs; and provides mental stimulation for ALL dogs. Dogs will become proficient on their first target odor, and will learn how to be “odor obedient” even in the face of distractions. The class is run seminar style where all dogs are crated when it is not their turn to work so owners will need to bring their dogs crate.