Obedience Training

Obedience training is not a luxury but an essential part of responsible dog ownership. When it comes to obedience training, basic commands like sit and stay are just the beginning. It's about developing your dog's tolerance and comfort in stressful situations so they can perform commands even in challenging situations.

Obedience Training

A well-trained dog starts with a well-trained owner!

Q: What is the difference between basic and advanced obedience?

A: Advanced obedience is performing basic commands with precision and consistency, even amid distractions in any environment.

Neutrality to stimuli such as other animals, loud noises, or unfamiliar environments is crucial for your dog’s well-being and appropriate behavior. We will teach you how to work with your dog to develop calm, focused, and responsive behaviors, regardless of the distractions and stimuli they encounter. Understanding how your dog learns can help make training more effective, identify any misunderstood cues, and address fears, and issues that arise.

Obedience training can strengthen the bond between you and your dog while preventing behavior problems such as excessive barking, destructive chewing, and other unwanted behaviors that result from frustration and boredom.

Additional info

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Evidence of current
vaccinations is required

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Puppies ages four to 12 months can participate in individual and
group training
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Puppies under four months can participate in
individual training
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Individual and group sessions available

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Group sessions are conducted in appropriate age groups

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