Residential V.I.P Classes
All training classes are done at the time that is convenient for the owner.
Training is done in the environment where the dog lives.
Training is done inside, outdoors and on the
streets with real life situations.
Problems can be addressed directly.
Gradually the training is taken to places like
Home depot, Walmart, Publix, Beals and other areas Click here for examples
|Sit Stay 50 ft
Ch.Lab 3.5 mth & Bichon 7.5 Yrs old
||Simultaneous down command
Negative aspects of group classes and out of home training
-Most dog obedience classes are held or given in
open halls or centers, with too many
dogs in each class.
This is a major drawback for both the dog and owner.
-With with such places dogs aren't exposed
the real world
and all of
the distractions that
go with it.
-Many dogs that appear to listen in class fall
go back to
environment, where they misbehave.
-The classes held are to large for 1 or 2 trainers.
-It lacks the one on one individual
attention between the pet and the trainer.
Which is very important to catch mistakes during training.
-Bad behavior can't be corrected by the trainer with so many
-Dogs attention is all over the place and can't concentrate.
-Lack of concentration needed between the owner and their dog
-To owners are to busy keeping other dogs away from one another so thy miss out.
among dogs in the class.
-No exposure to
the outdoor traffic and noise.
-It is under a controlled environment
-In a controlled environment outside the home the possibilities for a proper corrections
is not possible. Problems like door darting, keeping the dog out of certain rooms,
control, stealing food, counter surfing, jumping and much more...
these would need direct attention and corrections.
become your loss.
-Many more reasons...
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Please note: Some dogs with certain behavioral issues might benefit more from group classes.
We will let you know.