Dog training is an education for you, your dog, and your entire family, helping to foster a harmonious relationship between all involved. Like us, dogs are social animals. They naturally seek leadership, someone to provide guidance, safety, and access to resources. When a leadership void exists, your dog may try to fill that role, which can create many unwanted problems. As you train with your dog, you will earn each other's trust and respect. Your dog will begin to listen to you and follow your lead, which builds a stronger bond and ensures peace and order in your home.
Ensures You Spend More Time With Your Dog.
It provides an opportunity for you to learn more about your dog's abilities, quirks, and motivations, and your dog learns that you're worth listening to and fun to be with, creating a desire to please you.
Trained Dogs Are More Fun To Have Around.
A dog that is well-behaved is fun to share walks with, take to the park, go camping, or just hang out with you at the coffee shop or backyard BBQ.
Many places will allow you to bring your dog if your dog is trained, stays near you, responds to your commands, and behaves appropriately in public.
Will Eliminate Unwanted Behaviors.
Problem behaviors such as jumping on people, barking, destroying your home, biting, running away and more can easily be eliminated with training. Many behavioral problems are the result of a lack of communication and clarity, creating uncertainty about your dog's role in your family. Training will also provide mental stimulation for your dog, preventing boredom and eliminating anxiety, the root cause of many dog issues.
Can Save Your Dog’s Life.
Yes, training can literally save your dog’s life. On the off chance your dog happens to get away from you and runs into a busy street, your trained dog will respond immediately to your command and come back to you and safety. Your trained dog will also know to lay down and stay put until released, preventing your dog from bolting out doors or chasing after other animals. Safety and prevention is the best reason to train your dog.
Dog training takes time, effort and patience, but the results & benefits are worth it.
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"If it's important that your dog behaves, you'll find a way to get results. If not, you'll find excuses."