Obedience training is one of the most important aspects of raising a dog. In fact, a well trained dog is by far a happier dog! Why? Because a trained dog requires fewer restrictions. The more reliable the dog, the more freedom he is given.
For example, many Places and People that normally won't allow dogs on their premises will make an exception for a puppy or a dog that will heel nicely by his owner's side, or will do a sit-stay or down-stay without hesitation.
And when company arrives in your home, there's no need to banish a well-behaved dog to another room for fear that he will be a royal nuisance. Moreover, because a well-mannered, obedience-trained dog is both appreciated and welcome, he receives more attention and interaction from family members, visitors, and passers-by, than does the ill-mannered dog.
A well-behaved, obedience trained dog is a pleasure to own because he can go virtually anywhere without being a risk or nuisance to others. And don't we all want a dog who exhibits appropriate behavior in a crowd, good manners when we have guests in our home, is reliable around children, and who doesn't threaten other dogs or passers-by?
We use the method of 'POSITIVE REINFORCEMENTS' to teach your puppy how to behave in your home environment. We work on making your puppy a confident learner and enhancing the bond between the two of you. We do not use any kind of force to train your dog, and the entire training process takes place in front of the owner. Training with us is fun. Every training session is punctuated with games, cuddles and hugs. We ensure your dog looks forward to each session, just as he looks forward to his daily exercise. We use rewards, and LOTS of praise, instead of constant punishment to teach your dog everything, ranging from BASIC OBEDIENCE COMMANDS to ADVANCE OBEDIENCE COMMANDS, AGILITY, TRACKING AND SCENTWORK, PROTECTION AND GUARDING, ESCORT DOG, and THERAPY DOG
All dogs are different, and these differences are based on breeds, genetics, what they may have inherited from their parents etc. It is important to recognize these differences and train your dog