Our training session consists of one-to-one sessions. This means that the owner and the dog will have consistent attention. We use only positive reinforcement methods so our four-legged friends will enjoy the sessions.
Our training sessions are held in open space and in distracting environments too.
Start With the Basic:
Teaching your dog the basic commands of obedience will make your household a much more pleasant place.
Your dog will be happy because it wants to please you, and because it wants to reap the rewards of good behaviour. You will be happier because your dog will be more manageable and will enrich your life
Some of our Advance Levels.......
Obediance + Control = Happy Dog.....
From Basic training level to advance training.
Badger is doing great in advanced level of training. Now we are introducing him to professional recall.
Border collie on his basic training.
Improving her obediance commands.
Doberman on her first basic commands
On his one of his sessions after he did successfully sit and stay positions, we introduced him the down positions.
Doing great and started her advance training
Your “come” command should always mean something wonderful is about to happen. If your dog has already decided that coming is optional, why not change the word you use? The word “here” is a very good one, and most of us cannot say this word without a cheerful tone to our voice.
Always call your dog in an upbeat tone of voice, even when you are panicked because he is darting away into a dangerous road. If you yell like you’re furious, he may be afraid to come to you. If you keep your tone high and upbeat, he is more likely to choose coming over running away.
Manage the circumstances. If your dog is in a position where he is very unlikely to come when called, such as off-leash playing with the next door neighbor’s dog, do not even call him. He doesn’t need more practice ignoring the recall command. In this case, simply go to your dog, take his collar and snap his leash to it. Many dogs, such as Beagles, can become so intent on sniffing something that they will not even hear you if called in their own backyard. If you can tell your dog is on an “intense sniff,” simply walk over to him as opposed to calling him to you. Until your dog has proven that he can respond to your command reliably, he should not be expected to come off-leash.
Recall your dog
He's doing very well on his obedience sessions. Now he passed the basic level and we're moving to advance levels.