Obedience training

An obedience school for dogs will train your dog how to be obedient & follow your commands. You can either subscribe for an online training program such as Doggy Dan’s Online Dog Trainer video program, or visit a local training school. Doggy Dan, The Online Dog Trainer Doggy Dan’s Online Dog Trainer video program is... verder lezen

Sit is both an important and helpful command because the simple action of sitting helps your dog to calm down. The sit command is used in different ways in order to teach your dog how to behave well. Some dog owners ask their dog to sit before receiving their meal. Others make their dog sit... verder lezen

Obedience training teaches your dog basic commands (such as “Sit!” and “Come!”), correct dog behavior, and socialization skills which will help your dog interact well with dogs and people. While dogs of any age can participate in obedience training courses, experts recommend starting when the dog is still a puppy, so that the development of... verder lezen

Puppy heel training

When it comes to obedience training, there should be no “half-way action” accepted. In other words, it’s all or nothing from your dog. And a crooked sit must be considered as something less than your dog giving  his full potential. Not only does it look shabby, but it also prevents the dog from accomplishing his... verder lezen

Man training dog to heel

There are two extremes of personalities in dogs – the introvert and the extrovert. However, there are many degrees in between those two extremes as there are dogs in this planet. Regardless of where your dog’s personality lies on that scale, once you have given the command to heel you must start walking and continue... verder lezen

Heel training

As you begin, position your dog at your left side while keeping the leash short. Leave a belly of reserved slack, with your right hand, look at your dog, say his name, then command “Heel”! Begin walking, starting with your left foot. Walk briskly in a straight line, with confidence in your movement. Your dog... verder lezen