Dog Training Classes - Beginner

By: NYOC Dog Training  08-12-2011
Keywords: Dog Training, Puppy Training

The goal is to have a well-mannered and obedient puppy/dog that will be welcome in most situations. Basic obedience exercises are taught including sit, down, stay, heeling on leash, and coming when called. Minor distractions are used to ensure success. Class discussions include how to use praise effectively, choice of collars, and lots more. The key behaviours taught in this class are: Paying attention Heeling on lead Introduction to basic recall Sit when asked Down when asked Gently accepting praise, rewards, and treats from handler and family.

Keywords: Dog Training, Puppy Training

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