After I adopted my first puppy, I didn't train him very well. I was too afraid of him getting "mad at me" to scold him when he did naughty puppy things, like chewing up my shoes. I thought he would grow out of some of his bad habits, but it didn't seem like he was. I asked another dog owner at the dog park for advice, and he told me that dogs really enjoy being trained, and proper training actually makes them happier. After that conversation, I started taking my dog to a local training center and he seemed to really love being there! He soon stopped his bad habits and even learned fun tricks. I want to share my dog training tips with anyone out there who needs them and help everyone learn that a well-trained pet is a happy pet!
9 October 2018
As a new puppy owner, you have the responsibility of making sure that the dog is well trained so they can get along well within your household and can be easily handled in social situations. If your puppy isn't trained while they are still young, you may face obedience problems as time goes on. So choosing a puppy trainer to work with early should be a priority. Here are a couple important questions to ask prospective puppy trainers before you commit to working with one:
7 May 2018
Some puppies aren't always going to behave the best. No matter what you try, your dog may never listen. If you're looking for a drastic change, it may be time for some professional dog training. It comes with so many rewards that you and your puppy can utilize. Enhances Safety The world can be a dangerous place, especially for a puppy that's just trying to explore their new surroundings. You can minimize potential threats, though, by having your dog trained by a professional.