Getting your canine under control at a young age (10 weeks is a good starting age) will save you a lot of damage to your home and scratches and bites to your arms. Training early stops a lot of bad and unwanted habits from forming. Please try to go easy on the treats when training your dog because your dog will end up respecting the treat and not you. Should your dog be an alpha dog or a dog that thinks he is the boss, the treat method will no longer work to fix problems. It is very important to set rules and boundaries if you want to live in harmony with your pets. Somebody has to be the boss and I am hoping it will be you.It is your job to guide your dog into proper learning habits. No one wants a dog that has to be put away because guests are coming over? You should be able to open the door without fighting your dog from escaping. It is the small things like this that make a trained dog enjoyable. Your dog will be with you for many years to come so why not invest a little time into them so they can invest their love and devotion back to you.
-- Trainer and friend, Sully.
for all ages and all breeds
Teaches motivation and teamwork. Lots of fun for both the dog and handler and a positive break in the basic training. This training will consist of a large variety of distractions plus an agility course to further training using motivational techniques. This is where real ream work is put to use. Handlers will learn how to motivate their canines but the canines do all the running!