This program can be catered to any reasonable requests you may have. Our furry friends look to us for guidance on how to behave and to learn whats expected of them. This training program will help keep your dog safe and help them achieve a perfect harmony within the family dynamic. It will also provide a solid foundation to help your pet realize what he does is right and wrong, and eliminate confusion once you understand how to communicate with your pet.
Within this program your pet will have learned: Basic commands including sit, down and stay. These commands are the building blocks to an obedient and well balanced pet. They will provide you the ability to learn how to communicate effectively with your pet.
How to release an item when commanded to do so, willingly. This is an invaluable tool to have when trying to keep your pet safe, along with your personal belongings. It also makes a game of fetch more enjoyable with your 4 legged friend.
When you call their name they will come running. This is another great command to successfully help you keep your pet safe from getting into unwanted trouble or danger. It too will make that game of fetch fun and stimulating for the both of you. This command will give you the confidence to bring your pet along to enjoy more activities with the family.
Walking at heel is just as important as the first commands. Your dog will be focused on the handler and maintain a safe and controllable distance. This will make walks a pleasure to take and help build the bond between you and your beloved pet. Having the dog sit automatically when you stop walking will enable you to greet neighbors and their pets in a respectable manner with ease. And lets not forget about what you will gain when a dog masters the stay command. It will free up your hands and concerns that you would otherwise have with an uncontrollable, untrained pet. You can focus on other tasks while confidently knowing your pet is safe and in control.
The final command is what we call the place command. The place will be a dedicated area, out of the way, within the home that your dog will go to once commanded. This will ease introductions when guest come to visit. You'll no longer have your hands full with your pet underfoot. This can also be used if you have multiple dogs in the home when one becomes unruly and needs to calm themselves. Another great use is when children are present who haven't been taught to properly interact with dogs or vice versa. Thats just to name a few examples of how to use this tool to assist you and your dog in learning how to coexist in the daily activities of life. All the commands you learn in this program will be the stepping stones to train your pet to their fullest potential.