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Four Top Reasons to Train Your New Puppy or Dog

Strengthen the Human Animal Bond ~ Easy Living in Your Human Home ~ Prevention of Problem Behaviors ~ All Kinds of Dog Sociability



Strengthen the Human Animal Bond– Using Positive Reinforcement Training Methods you’ll build strong communication between you and your dog. Training your dog not only teaches them obedience but also strengthens the bond between you and your dog. Dogs are social animals and enjoy interacting with their human companions. Through training sessions, you establish communication and build trust with your dog. Regular training sessions provide mental stimulation, engage their natural instincts, and allow for quality time spent together, deepening the bond between you and your dog.


Easy Living in Your Human Home – There are skills your dog needs to acquire and rules they need to follow to make living in a human home a success. A few skills are, house training and what to do when the doorbell rings. Rules are things like knowing toys are okay to chew but your things which things look like toys are not okay to chew. Think of your shoes and other items in the house.


Prevention of Problem Behaviors – An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Lessons with a certified dog trainer will help with the prevention of behavior problems. A certified dog trainer can help prevent behavior problems from starting or use behavior modification techniques to help once they start. Behavior problems include things like jumping on guests, going to the bathroom in the house, chewing the human’s belongings, separation anxiety, puppy nipping, barking, and resource guarding. For dogs with more severe behavior problems, a certified dog behavior consultant or behavior vet can help.


All Kinds of Sociability – Sociability defines behavior towards things that are new or unfamiliar. That can mean interacting with things or ignoring them. It is also of note, that’s what is considered new or unfamiliar is defined by your dog, not you. Some of the new and unfamiliar things your dog may encounter are other dogs, walking surfaces, people, and noises. The critical socialization period, dog owners need to be aware of is from about 8 to 16 weeks of age. Varied positive interactions can result in a well-socialized dog that knows how to approach and learn about things in the environment or ignore them.

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