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How to Have a Well Trained Dog Syracuse NY

If you take the time to train your dog you’ll find many benefits. Just be aware that these simple commands will not get rid of all problems that might develop down the line. Training is something that should be ongoing and tailored toward the needs of your specific do.

Syracuse Obedience Training Club
(315) 458-1492
PO Box 3457
Syracuse, NY
 
ABC's of Dog Training
(718) 606-1916
77-05 21 Avenue
East Elmhurst, NY

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Throggs Neck Dog Training
(646) 281-4790
Bronx, NY
Services
Dog Training
Experience
1 year and 4 months
Certification
Certified by Animal Behavior College. Received my internship with Biscuits and Bath in NYC. Volunteer of ASPCA in NYC and Elmsford Animal Shelter in Westchester NY.

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Happy Tails Dog Psychology Help
(607) 698-9122
Hornell, NY
Services
Dog Training
Experience
6 years. Prior to starting my business I was a veterinary technician
Certification
ASVDT

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Center For Heeling
(845) 489-8206
34 Laura Dr
New Paltz, NY
Services
Dog Training
Experience
30 years
Certification
APDT # 75687 ITC graduate May 2009

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Anthony Jerone's School of Dog Training and Career INC
(718) 454-5800
16-05 Francis Lewis Blvd
Whitestone, NY

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Dog Walking Made Easy
(917) 539-4969
East Village
New York, NY

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Companion Dog Training SM
(516) 775-3502
P.O. Box 99
Baldwin, NY

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sweet trick! positive dog training
(914) 272-7728
Tarrytown, NY
Services
Dog Training, Dog Behavior Specialists, Clicker Training
Experience
My business is fairly new, but I have been studying behavioral science, learning theory, and working with both companion and rescue dogs for the past 2 years.
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I am a graduate of Peaceable Paws Intern Academy Level 1, and will be graduating Level 2 in August 2010. I am currently working toward certification as a Certified Professional Dog Trainer

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Animal Trainer
(585) 746-6858
120 White Road
Brockport, NY
Services
Dog Training
Experience
18 years
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CPDT, CDBC

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How to Have a Well Trained Dog

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There is nothing as wonderful as having a well-trained dog. They are excellent social creatures, less likely to annoy by jumping up on people or worse; biting them! These dogs are also able to keep themselves calm even under the most stressful situations.


Another great thing about well-trained dogs is that they are a lot more likely to stay with the same owner. Untrained dogs can quickly become frustrating and are often abandoned. It is an amazing statistic but the American Veterinary Medical Association has found that 96% of dogs that end up in shelters were never trained.


When you make the decision to train you’ll be setting important boundaries. This will increase how comfortable your dog feels around other humans. If you’re not sure where to get started there are many different dog-training programs and professional trainers to choose from.


Even though they are plentiful there are things you’ll want to consider before settling on a trainer. Asking friends and family for referrals is a great way to find someone you can trust. You might also come across a name or two that you want to avoid.


When you do find a trainer you’re willing to consider you should investigate their training method. There are different methods that different trainers use. It’s important that you feel comfortable with this method. If you’re unfamiliar with a particular method the trainer should be more than willing to answer why they use it as well as what the benefits of that method are.


Regardless of if you do find a trainer or decide to train your dog on your own, there are certain commands you need to cover. Socializing your dog is also extremely important.


    1. Teach your dog how to deal with strangers. They need to realize that they will come across people they don’t know and that they should not react violently to these people. Taking your dog for walks around the neighborhood is a great way to socialize your dog.

    2. In addition to humans, your dog needs to become familiar with other dogs. Try going to dog parks or a dog training class so they learn those necessary interaction skills.

    3. Your dog also needs to learn how to walk at a steady pace while on a leash. This is one you can start as early as the puppy stage.

    4. Crate training is a great way to make sure your dog will be able to stay at a kennel or slightly confined area when necessary.

    5. Teaching your dog to sit is one of those basics that is incredibly necessary. In fact, learning to sit is usually the first thing new pet owners teach their dogs.

    6. The down/stand command is another thing you need to teach. You’ll find that this helps them to deal with distractions and a busy environment better.


If you take the time to train your dog you’ll find many benefits. Just be aware that these simple commands will not get rid of all problems that might develop down the line. Training is something that should be ongoing and tailored toward the needs of your specific do.


When you have a well-trained dog you’ll have a pet that is fun to be around and that you feel incredibly close to.



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