It is often said that there are no bad dogs, only owners who haven’t trained them. Dogs need consistency and routines, which makes a good obedience training program fundamental in raising a well-behaved dog. While there are plenty of available resources for DIY dog training, good results that last a lifetime can only be achieved by professionals with experience and passion for what they do. We take every dog’s training as a unique opportunity to change and improve both a dog’s and an owner’s life.
In obedience school, your dog will learn basic skills that will allow you to have a good dog-owner relationship, take your dog out with confidence and be sure that it will behave well with other dogs, humans and other animals. These are some of the skills your dog will learn with Dog Training Cheyenne:
This involves teaching the dog to come on command, it is a fundamental skill for controlling your pooch. It is useful to keep the animal away from dangerous situations, to prevent them from causing trouble, to make your interaction with other people easier and, of course, to interact with the dog for a variety of situations like when you want to feed or pet them.
This one is about teaching the dog to sit on command, and together with recall training, it’s part of the very basic behaviors dogs need to learn from the start. The objectives of sitting training are essentially the same as recall training, but you’re telling the dog that you don't want them to do anything on their own for that period of time. It’s also a great opportunity to pet them!
It may seem that walking is just a natural activity that dogs do, and while dogs certainly learn how to walk on their own, learning how to do it at the owner’s pace, in a controlled manner, is a completely different story. We teach dogs to walk on and off leash, and to respect your commands on how and at what pace the walk is taking place.
Dogs are naturally curious creatures and will wonder off at the first sight, sound or smell that draws their attention. This could be problematic when you’re at a public place or just walking around with your four legged friend. The ability to not stray on command is one of the basic skills that we teach during obedience training.
Even though most dogs can stay calm and collected when interacting, it is very important to make sure your dog is taught not to be aggressive to other humans, other dogs or other animals. Getting this right will ensure that you can safely walk your dog in presence of other dogs and people, or have friends and kids over without worrying that the dog is going to misbehave.
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