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What Can My Dog Learn in a Training Program?

Dog Training

If you’re one of the thousands of loving pet owners who struggles daily with a dog that just won’t behave, then you’ve probably researched dog training programs and considered enrolling your dog in one. But before doing so, it’s helpful for you to have a clear knowledge of you should expect your dog to learn in a training program. 

A high quality trainer, such as the staff at Auburn Leach K9 Solutions, can help you gain control of your pet through the praise method of training, and not through intimidation or physical force. As a result, your dog will learn how to respond appropriately to communication from you, as well as other members of your family and frequent visitors to your home. 

At Auburn Leach K9 Solutions, your dog will learn how to respond to commands, such as heel, sit, stay, down, and come. We will also address any aggression issues your dog may have and teach you how to continue the training in your own home to ensure that the skills they learn in training are fully developed into appropriate behavior. 

Dog training isn’t just about teaching your dog to act properly, it’s about enriching the relationship between the two of you and enhancing the companionship the two of you will feel. Your dog will learn to love and respect you as its leader, and you will get to enjoy a well-behaved furry friend who responds to your direction.  

If you’re interested in enrolling your dog in a training class, contact Auburn Leach K9 Solutions today for a free phone consultation and to learn how we can transform even the most difficult, aggressive dogs into loving companions. We look forward to helping you and your dog, so contact us today!

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