Advanced Canine Nashville Dog Training says all dog Obedience and Behavioral Modification starts with On-leash Obedience Training , from there you can take your dog to many different levels of training but it all starts with the dog being on-leash trained. Starting your dogs training in a good environment and method of positive re-enforcement of training your dog will be happy to comply with anything you want them to do.
Dog ownership is a lifetime commitment. Positive dog training helps build a positive bond between you and your dog. Regardless of age, dogs must be taught how to behave at home and in public. Any dogs, purebred or mixed breed; can learn basic obedience commands when taught with a consistent and positive approach. Training is an investment that lasts a lifetime. Taking the time to train your dog is a necessary part of responsible pet ownership. When training your dog you should focus on building positive characteristics, as well as dealing with negative behavior in a stable and balanced manner. Our dog and puppy trainers will give your pet the training they need.
“Behavioral Modification” problems can all be fixed through a good training program. It doesn’t matter whether your dog is a pure breed, stray, or rescue. Through our program here at Advanced Canine we can solve all your dogs behavioral problems and give you a better relationship between you and your dog. Walking on the leash, jumping up on you, nipping & biting, housebreaking, aggression, hyperactivity all these problems can be solved through a good training program making your dog a joy to you and your family.
In Dog Obedience Training, the training begins using a Positive Reinforcement Method.If a Professional Trainer knows what he/she is doing it shouldn’t take but only a few days to train your dog.
HEEL, SIT, DOWN, STAY, & COME
1) The “heel” command is a formal obedience exercise in which a dog walks precisely by a handler’s knee, matching your pace and sits when you come to a stop.
2) The “sit” exercise is probably the most practical skill that can be taught to dog.
3) The “down” command shows a high level of control. Attention-seeking, hyperactive, and compulsive dogs can have their energy redirected by this simple command.
4) The “stay” Teaching your dog to wait, essentially freezing your dog in position, until you indicate otherwise, is clearly a practical extension of the obedience commands.
5) The “come” command when called is one of the more important skills your dog can learn. Although we strive never to put our dogs in unsafe situations, the “come” command can avert all types of hazards.
The “No” command is also installed in the dog as a helpful command word. So as to limit the use of the leash as much as possible, all of this is training is followed by the Positive Reinforcement Method – letting your dog know just how good he/she is doing, as well as affirming affection to your pet. After we have trained your dog, we then put your dog through a full range of behavior modification. As part of the dog training, we also put your dog into everyday situations to help overcome any fears and to help the dog understand what your needs are as well as what you are expecting from your pet. It is our goal to give you a well-trained and well-rounded companion!