From House Manners to Competition Obedience Dogs
|Posted on November 3, 2013 at 9:44 PM|
I am about to start a new session of classes this week at the Pet Lodge of Clifton Park. The best part of my job is watching people get a better connection with their dogs. The main objective of my classes is to give a dog handler a better way to communicate with their dog. The handler has to learn how to make the rules of the house clear to the dog and how to be fair in doing this. The best thing you can teach your dog is in order to get to do what he wants he has to work with you first. When both dog and handler are going in the same direction, teaching the basic obedience commands is much easier.
Categories: Dog training