Animal/Pet Training

Helping Families Keep Their Pets.

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Dog training improves communication between the dog and the owner.

Training your pet provides many benefits for both you and your pet. If you own a dog, you naturally understand his basic needs for food, water, and medical care. Recently, getting help with dog training has become widely accepted as an essential need; one that is as important as food, water and medical attention.

The Benefits of a Training School: While a dog does learn a lot, the dog owner learns as much as their dog. As a dog owner, you learn how to communicate with your dog, and read his intentions and behavior patterns. You will learn how to transmit your messages to your dog to get a response back. Of course you will learn all the basic concepts of dog training and the benefits it provides. After that, you can take the training further on your own, if you desire.

Learning Social Skills: Learning social skills allows your dog to behave properly in certain situations. For example; your dog gets used to other people and other dogs, which is crucial for the development of young dogs. The group classes ensure that your pet won’t bark at someone passing by, there will be less panic and pulling on a leash when seeing a squirrel, jumping on guests. With a well-trained pet you will be able to take just about anywhere without too much concern.

Learning control and safety: Getting your dog to sit or to come when called isn’t just a trick. It provides you with a tool to control your dog’s actions. Your ability to call your dog back helps ensure that he won’t run away and into trouble. Teaching your dog to come to your call means he will be safe and other people will not be concerned in public. The better your communication with your pet the more he will learn to trust you, too. As you progress, teaching your dog more things, you develop a strong repertoire of tools to use, like getting your pet to sit instead of barking at the mailman, this improves your overall communication.

Training means fewer obedience problems: Trained dogs communicate with their owners better, which makes it is easier to set boundaries for what is allowed and isn’t. Regular training sessions means that dogs receive constant stimulation and attention. A lack of attention often causes behavior problems in dogs.

The lasting benefit of dog training is happiness for both of you. You get a well-behaved dog that responds to your commands and can be taken almost anywhere without concern. In return, your dog is happy, too. They get to meet other dogs, while having your undivided attention, and have something to do.