Training your puppy to follow your commands may seem far-fetched, but with the right process it can be a walk in the park.
The most important aspect to training a dog at any age is consistency. As you begin to teach a dog how to obey commands, you will find that there is often a point when you hit a wall and ask yourself “What am I doing wrong?” This is where training classes come in handy. Training your dog establishes good communications between you and your dog by teaching the behavior you expect from them. Creating and encouraging obedience and calm behavior in your adult dog starts with what you do in puppyhood.
Besides being under the direction of a professional, your puppy will also have the chance to socialize with other puppies. An experienced trainer will also be able to point out mistakes you are making.
Puppy Classes will include:
- Potty Training
- Positive reinforcement Training methods
- How to teach the basic commands: Sit, Down Stay and Come
- Crate training
- Teething and chewing
- Preventing food and toy aggression
- Teaching the puppy to recognize his name
- Eye contact and Focus exercises
- Introduction to leash and How to walk at a heal
Remember, puppy training classes are only an introduction. It’s always a good idea to continue to take your pet to classes as it grows. After all, your pet will want to keep on seeing its new friends too!