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Obedience training is an essential part of owning a dog. With proper training, your dog will be a well-behaved addition to your family.


Obedience training allows you to create a trusting relationship between you and your dog. It builds positive communication and reinforces your leadership role in a mutually respectful way.


Training sessions should be fun for both the dog and the owner. It is important to begin and end each lesson on a positive note.


OBEDIENCE COMMANDS


Controlled Leash Walking / Heel

The heel command forms the foundation for all the obedience lessons to follow. This command teaches the dog to stay on the handler’s left side without pulling, crossing between their legs, or dragging behind.

Sit

        The sit command in obedience training teaches the dog to sit either in front of the handler, or at his/her left side.

Heel with automatic sit

        In the heel with automatic sit command, the dog learns to automatically sit when the handler stops walking. For example, the dog will automatically sit when the handler stops at a street corner before crossing.

Stay

        The stay command teaches the dog to remain in a seated or down position until the handler releases him/her.

Down

        The down command is the most submissive position in obedience training. There is a special trust that allows the dog to bond with his handler once the down command has been taught and mastered.

Come

The come command is an important command for your dog to master. It teaches the dog to return to the handler upon request. It should only be used in positive situations, and never to correct the dog.

Wait

The wait command teaches the dog to stay behind at the handler’s request. For example, if the handler is entering or exiting an area, the dog will stay behind on command.

Place

The place command teaches the dog to go to and remain in a designated area, such as the dog’s bed.  This is useful as an alternative to begging and jumping on people or furniture.

We can teach an old dog new tricks!

“Xena has mastered all of her basic skills well beyond our expectations and [we] now have a well trained dog who has retained all of her sweetness and good disposition.”
Raul R. Delgado de Armas, Esq.
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