- Know your dog.
- Be aware of how your
actions influence your dog's behaviour.
- Apply training knowledge
- Train your dog under the
realistic conditions of everyday life.
A realistic environment is
the best place for dogs and people to learn. We help
owners understand their dog's behaviour, and set them up
with a plan to improve it. Success training your dog is
purely subjective. You decide what you want to achieve. We
help you get there.
When a person is relaxed
they tend to learn more, remember more, and apply more in
everyday life. Owners aware of how their actions affect a
dog's behaviour can bring about change. Group formats
designed around a training facility often sacrifice the
realism and personal attention essential to addressing the
needs of the individual. Group sessions may seem less
expensive at first, but if you aren't achieving a lasting
result, are they really cheaper in the end? We guarantee
to give you our very best, and stand behind you for the
life of your dog.
ARE YOUR DOG'S REWARD
does not default to the use of food or treats during
obedience training. Body language and tone of voice are
powerful motivators when used properly. A clear leadership
role is what your dog is looking for. If you are not there
to lead, your dog will be forced to assume the role.
Praising reinforces good behaviour and creates a language
of acceptance between you and your dog. Food based
training has become heavily relied upon in the last 15
years. It is unnecessary in most cases, and should be
avoided altogether in some. This is not to say food
rewards are wrong, but we recommend mastering your dog's
natural pathways to learning first. Establish yourself as
CEO, Chairman of the Board, or other title worth branding
a leader. Give your dog plenty of treats and spoil them
rotten, but do so for being the friend you love and
Great Dogs. One Owner
at a Time.