Training with Distractions
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From the largest to the smallest, and everything in between, regardless of their breed, they need training to keep them busy and obedient in the human world.
Best time to start training is while they are still in their puppy hood stages before bad behavior and issues take hold.
The simplest way to describe our philosophy behind Canine Control, is “communication with your animal”. The misconception behind obedience, is that it is somehow oppressive to the animal. This could not be further from the truth. Your animal wants so very much to please you. The breakdown occurs when a disobedient animal starts behaving poorly, and you punish or scold the pet for that behavior. The attention you give is not good, but it is attention and that is just what your pet craves-your attention. Animals and owners get caught up in a cycle of broken relationships-where the animal is often ignored, except when it is bad….you get the picture.
At Canine Control we take your animal into a controlled setting where we can exclusively focus on your pet’s unique behavioral circumstances. We use our special talents to profile your dog’s behavior to implement the best communication technique for use during the five day session of the one-on-one training process. The end result is a dog that will become more like a family member and a trusted friend. And that’s the beauty of this program. It literally transforms animals and their owners through the bond of good communication.
Our preferred choice of training methodology is with positive re-enforcement and praise, also utilizing already trained dogs to help teach the new students.
All of our champion canines seen here are trained except the West Highland Terrier Rex.
Harley’s flawless performance will teach the 8-month-old puppy Rex the voice commands including hand signals and body language into what he needs to do.
The key to training is consistency, repetition, positive re-enforcement and praise.
Dogs in general are social animals and like to play and do all the things that are not considered acceptable in human world like ripping things apart, chewing, jumping, barking and digging which are all okay in the canine world. Providing them with an area so they can do all of those things they love to do will create a much happier canine companion that is loyal, trusting and protective.
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