OBEDIENCE DOG TRAINING

BEGINNER OBEDIENCE DOG TRAINING

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Does your dog lack basic manners or control? How would you like to have a well behaved dog not only in your home, but in public too?  We’ve got you covered. This program is designed for dog’s that are 7 months of age and older.

  • The Five Foundation Commands: Sit, Down, Stay, Come, Place
  • Socialization
  • Introduction to advanced behaviors/commands (leash manners, heel, off-leash recall)*

*Advanced behaviors/commands will be reinforced in accordance with your dog’s pace of learning and maturity.

We will use a balanced dog training approach in this board and train program to teach all basic obedience under mild to moderate distractions. Your canine partner will receive training at the facility and in the real world.

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ADVANCED OBEDIENCE DOG TRAINING

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Step up your dogs training with our intense, Advanced ON and OFF leash obedience training program.

  • Reinforcement of The Five Foundation Commands: Sit, Down, Stay, Come, Place
  • Primary Focus on: Obeying with distractions, Off-leash recall, Off-leash heel

Using a balanced dog training system, we will advance your dog’s basic obedience to off-leash control and proof under heavy distractions. You won’t be disappointed!

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puppy training

01. Puppy Training

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Puppy training is a great way to get started on the training process. These programs are designed specifically for puppies, and offer a structured environment in which to learn basic obedience commands. 

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02. Obedience Dog Training

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Obedience dog training is essential for any pet owner who wants a well-behaved companion. At Friendly K9, we offer both beginner and advanced courses to help dogs of all ages and abilities learn the basics of obedience.  

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agressive dog training

03. Anxiety and Aggressive Dog training

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Dogs that are aggressive need special handling and a different approach than dogs with other behavioural issues. At Friendly K9, we cover everything from muzzle conditioning and proper restraints to confidence building and socialization. 

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04. Service Dog Training

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Service dog training is not only for guide dogs anymore. These invaluable animals are now being used for a wide variety of service roles, from people with autism, PTSD and mental health issues to seizure response dogs. 

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Friendly K9 Dog training Academy offers a variety of programs to suit every dog’s needs. From obedience training to behavioral modification, our experienced trainers will work with you to create a tailored program that fits your dog’s individual personality and needs. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you and your furry friend!

Faqs

Anyone who has ever trained a dog knows that there are certain basic commands that all dogs should learn. These commands provide a foundation for more advanced training and can help dog owners to better communicate with their furry friends. The seven basic dog commands are sit, down, stay, come, heel, off, and no. While each of these commands has a specific meaning, they all share one common goal: to help the dog owner maintain control over the animal. By teaching these basic commands, dog owners can help to ensure that their dogs behave in an appropriate manner and do not become a nuisance to themselves or others.

Training your dog can be a daunting task, but with the right method it can be easy and fun for both you and your pup. The best method to train your dog will vary depending on the individual dog and what you hope to achieve. For example, if you want your dog to learn to sit, a positive reinforcement technique like rewarding them with treats every time they perform the desired behavior is often most effective. Ultimately, the best method to train your dog is the one that works best for both you and your furry friend. With patience and a little trial and error, you’ll be able to find the perfect training method for your pup in no time.

The first thing you should train your dog to do is sit. Once your dog knows how to sit, you can begin to teach them other commands. Sit is a simple behavior that dogs naturally want to do, so it is easy to teach. Dogs also have to sit when they are groomed, so it is a good behavior for them to learn. Start by asking your dog to sit while you are holding a treat in your hand. As soon as they sit, give them the treat and praise them. With practice, your dog will learn to sit on command.

Training a dog can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. By breaking the process down into five simple steps, you can easily teach your dog basic obedience commands and tricks. The first step is to establish yourself as the alpha. This means being consistent with your commands and always rewarding good behavior. The second step is to socialize your dog, so he or she is comfortable around other people and animals. The third step is to begin teaching basic obedience commands like sit, stay, and come. The fourth step is to continue building on those commands by adding new tricks and behaviors. And the fifth step is to be patient and persistent- if you’re consistent with your training, you’ll see results in no time!

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way to discipline a puppy will vary depending on the individual dog’s personality and behavior. However, there are a few general tips that can be helpful when disciplining a young dog. For example, it is important to be consistent in your commands and expectations, and to use positive reinforcement whenever the pup behaves in the desired way. Additionally, it is important to avoid using physical punishment, as this can often do more harm than good. If you are having trouble disciplining your puppy, it is best to consult with a professional trainer or behaviorist who can help you develop a tailored plan for your specific dog.