Wouldn’t you like to be able to know, what your dog is really thinking? Do you know that your dog is able to understand some words, tone of voice and body language of the humans around him.
You can learn incredible training tips so that your dog will not only be more responsive and obedient, but also be a happy dog.
So some people may be thinking – “he’s just a dog” – right? The truth is, it is every dog owners’ responsibility to understand and teach their dogs the basics of dog training. You wouldn’t let your child run wild around the house for 18 years, without going to school?
So why should it be any different for your dog. Once you learn to understand your dog, he will be a happy, healthy dog in a content household. You can download our awesome E-Book on dog training here
Puppy classes help your puppy get the right start by developing interaction skills with other people and dogs, in different surroundings.
Puppy classes provide dog owners with the right grounding for dealing with common, dog problems such as chewing, house training, pulling on the leash etc.
The basics of dog training is to get your dog to sit and come. Teaching him those commands are essential for him to learn. We use these for various reasons, if you are in competition, if your dog jumps up on you, making him sit will immediately get him off . “Come” is the most important one. If you take your dog for a walk, you let him of the leash and you expect him to come back to you, not run around the park with you chasing after him shouting at him to “get here right this instance”. It is vital that he return to you, when you call him, especially if there is a dangerous situation. You do not want to be running around the park embarrassing yourself trying to catch him.