Dog Training Students - 3 dogs

I Teach You How to Train Your Dog

I teach you how to train your dog to be well-mannered and responsive in real life situations. It is important that you learn these skills so you can apply them to the daily interactions you have with your dog. All family members are encouraged to participate in the training, even the children.

Dog being trained to sit

A trained dog greets people politely, walks nicely on leash and is a pleasure to take places with you. You’ll stop feeling stressed by your dog’s behavior and start enjoying true companionship.

Positive Reinforcement Based Dog Training

I’ll show you how to use positive reinforcement based training methods to change your dog’s bad behaviors into good ones. It is actually easier to teach a dog what to DO than what “not to do”. For example, if your dog is jumping on guests, we can train him to sit to greet people. He can’t be sitting and jumping at the same time.

We may use treats to help motivate your dog to learn something new but that doesn’t mean that your dog will need to “see a treat” in order to listen to you. You’ll learn how to train your dog using various forms of reinforcement on an intermittent schedule. Reward-based training makes it fun for you and your dog to learn while building a relationship based on trust and mutual cooperation.

Dog Training Secrets Revealed

Many dogs are mistakenly labeled dominant, stubborn or stupid simply because the messages aren’t being delivered in a way they can understand. Consistency and proper reinforcement are fundamental components of dog training. Tone of voice, eye contact, and body language are also very important. I’ll show you how to use these things to teach your dog the meanings of your words. You will also learn how to interpret your dog’s attempts at communicating with you.

Call Eileen Haley at: (201) 262-7173

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