Faced by Dog Owners
Dogs often jump up on people to express excitement or seek attention. Balanced dog training teaches them to express these feelings in more acceptable ways, using positive reinforcement to reward calm behavior and consistent messaging to discourage jumping.
Pulling on the Leash
Many dogs pull on the leash during walks out of excitement or an instinct to explore. Balanced training uses techniques such as teaching the dog to focus on you, encouraging loose-leash walking with rewards, and implementing clear consequences for pulling.
Common Problems Faced by Dog Owners
Failing to Come When Called
A reliable recall is crucial for your dog's safety. Balanced dog training ensures your dog responds to your call reliably, using a mix of positive reinforcement for responding correctly and consistent communication about the importance of this command.
Dog reactivity can stem from fear, frustration, or excitement. Balanced dog training focuses on teaching your dog to remain calm and focused on you, even in the presence of other dogs, utilizing techniques such as desensitization, counter-conditioning, and impulse control training.
At Double H Canine,
Private training ensures your dog gets the undivided attention of a professional trainer. This can be particularly beneficial for dogs that may become distracted in a group setting or have specific training needs that are best addressed individually.
Customized Training Plan
Every dog is unique, and what works for one might not work for another. Private instruction allows the trainer to develop a customized plan that takes into account your dog's breed, age, temperament, and your training goals.
Dog training isn't just about correcting unwanted behavior; it's about deepening the bond between you and your four-legged companion.
Our private instruction emphasizes building trust, strengthening communication, and fostering a lifelong connection with your dog.Book Your Free Evaluation
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