Dog Obedience

Sick of the dog pulling on the leash? not coming when called ?

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You know all the jargon by now. You & I are focused on something much bigger than that.

Becoming your dogs hero.

Are you maxing out on your dogs obedience capacity? Your dog is your most valuable asset when it comes to Everyday activities. Still, so many fall short of helping them reach full development. Your dog should convey to the public that the two of you are one.

Use dog obedience training for what it was designed to do, not just as a trick. LEARN the benefits of each command from our dog training services below

Heel

Mechanical

Side step and have him follow suit. Stop unpredictably, making him pass you. Watch him back up on his own. Keep your dog behind your heel.

 

Everyday Life

Stop dog pulling and prevent shoulder pain. Control his excitement and enjoy your walk. Prevent Falls. choose safety.

Recall

Mechanical

Have your dog come all the way to you, not just most of the way. Stop repeating yourself and build desire. Have confidence calling your dog from long distances.

 

Everyday Life

Prevent running away. Expect your dog to come Virtua hundred percent of the time. Even from cats and squirrels. Call your dog away from moving vehicles instantly.

Leave It

Mechanical

Proof your dog so well that he ignores the stimulus. Refuse to be that embarrassing example of someone who repeats them self 10 times. Don’t simply stop your dog from what he’s doing. Simultaneously expect a new behavior.

 

Everyday Life

Stop your dog from counter surfing. Keep things that are not his, not his. Prevent him from approaching water puddles contaminated by leptospira.

DOWN

Mechanical

Say down and expect down, not sit. Command your dog down, only to be released with permission. Down him while in motion. He’ll wait for you to return.

 

Everyday Life

Down him with distractions to help with anxiety. Say goodbye to your dog jumping on guests. Not everyone will control their dog in a given situation, but yours is solid, so the problem is cut in half.

Out

Mechanical

Have him release an object while there’s still time. Complete release. Remember, it’s already in his mouth. Don’t haggle. Overcome excitement with fairness.

 

Everyday Life

Save him from hazardous ingestion. Create a literal give-and-take relationship with your dog. Stop your dog from grabbing everything he sees on the walk.

Climb

Mechanical

Advanced him to a higher position. Help his muscles become versatile, not just back and forth. Have him hold the position until released.

 

Everyday Life

Train the ultimate focus that will generalize to other areas. Use climb to stop his demanding Behavior. Give him mental stimulation through climbing indoors when it’s storming out.

Sit

Mechanical

Have him sit anywhere. A dog should distinguish sit from down. Add distractions and keep him still.

 

Everyday Life

Get his attention. Sit with timing and impede cat chasing. Acclimate him to new environments with sit.

Place

Mechanical

Send your dog to a specific location from a distance. Leave him there until released. Teach him the specifics of training

 

Everyday Life

Eliminate food begging Put an end to roaming Behavior. Make affection more valuable by allowing your dog to approach you from far away.

Did you know?

If you are dog knows exactly what you want from him, he’ll be just as into training as you.

 

You Learn To Speak Dog, He Learns English-Everyones Happy

Command structure Bridges Clarity. One of the many things that makes our training so Advanced is the combination of techniques we use. Long-term performance means keeping the dog reliable, but happy too.

SKIPPING STEPS IN OBEDIENCE TRAINING

You want an obedient dog, but you’re also fair. If you skip steps in training, a dog may appear reliable at first glance. with further testing, it falls apart. The man-dog relationship is also revealed through training.

FORCED OBEDIENCE CAUSES SIDE EFFECTS.

TOO MANY TREATS, HE BECOMES DEMANDING.

WHAT DO YOU DO?

Instant results on a dog’s expense is like racing through a recipe. It will show. Continue training with food and you can actually create behavior problems. Even experienced treat trainers admittingly Take 6 months to fully teach each command. Take advantage of EDT’s expertise. We’ve already done the research and are highly skilled. It’s one thing to learn free information on operant conditioning. Mastering the most effective reinforcement combinations is another story.

LEADERSHIP

Is obedience compliance to Authority, or simply maneuvering a dog’s body? If leadership isn’t in place, it will be the latter. Eat a pizza after cardio and the purpose is defeated. Humanize a dog after an hour down stay &.. Well.. I think we all get the point. If a dog respects his master, obedience training will go smoother. Weather boarding or in home, the dog is agreeing to change in front of their owner. It’s a big deal to him.

SOME EVAL AREAS COVERED

  • Dog body language
  • Breed
  • Temperament
  • Health
  • Drive
  • Behavior
  • Relationship
  • Pack structure

 

LEARN

  • Leadership and how it ties in to the rest of the dogs world.
  • Command structure and how it affects your obedience.
  • Meaning of the dog’s name and why it’s important.
  • Timing and why it matters.
  • Praise and its strength as a secondary reinforcer.
  • A system of when to reinforce what to your dog to get the very best results.

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IN-HOME SERVICES

All inhome dog training begins with a two to three hours assesments.

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BOARD AND TRAIN

It’s a busy life. Go on your vacation. simply get your dog trained at our location. A two to three-hour assessment is also required for this program. Weekly transition sessions are included if pet parents are not on vacation. Mechanical Knowledge will otherwise be transferred later.

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3 WEEKS

  • Leadership booster
  • Mental conditioning
  • Understanding of secondary reinforcer (connecting “good boy” as a reward)
  • Sit
  • Stay
  • Come
  • Down
  • Door wait
  • Food wait
  • Weekly transition session

5 WEEKS

  • Heel
  • Come
  • Down
  • Sit
  • Place
  • Stay
  • Food wait
  • Door wait
  • Leadership booster
  • Mental conditioning
  • understanding of secondary reinforcer (connecting “good boy” as a reward)
  • weekly transition session

7 WEEKS

  • Place
  • Climb
  • Heel
  • Come
  • Sit
  • Down
  • Stay
  • Food wait
  • Door wait
  • Leadership booster
  • Mental conditioning
  • Understanding of secondary reinforcer (connecting “good boy” as a reward)
  • Weekly transition sessions