Plymouth Dog Training

Plymouth Dog Training

Plymouth Dog Training
Plymouth Puppy Training
Dog obedience training Plymouth to help your dog to achieve balance with Positive Reinforcement.
Come, Sit, Stay the Leonie way. Not to be confused with Dog behaviour training. See Dog Behaviour.

Congratulations! You and your dog are about to embark on a wonderful journey together - a rewarding adventure that could bring happiness to you both for years to come!
Many dog owners seem to forget the basic training rules whilst proudly showing off their new addition to the family. They bypass the correct introduction sequence, which is both simple and logical. Many people call their dog their soul mate or their baby, but the dog tears up the furniture and drags them all over the neighbourhood on a dog walk. The client pleads with the dog to behave, cajoles the dog, and offers her treats with no change in the dog's behaviour. With our natural, humane and effective methods of training dogs, you will find, just as many of our clients have before, that dog training doesn't need to be difficult or stressful. Dog training is something magical and fulfilling for both you and the dog.
We will also give you tips so you can go away and practice to become pack leader. All dogs require exercise to lead balanced, healthy lives. The dog needs to follow you, the pack leader.

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'Toys and games.' There are a wide range of toys and games for dogs, carefully engineered specifically to engage and improve cognitive functions. Most of these toys involve an incentive like a treat or a provocative scent to keep the dog interested and to reward him for playing.
'Hide and Seek.' You can play this with family members. Ask your dog to use their nose to find hidden items or people, and reward him. This can be a fun way to get bored kids involved. Again, be clear when the activity begins and ends. When you decide the game is over, it's over.
Plymouth Dog Training: from £25 a one on one lesson - Also see Plymouth Puppy Training
We offer Discount packages to suit your needs. please call or email us.
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If you are a dog owner please eneter the Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme is the largest dog training scheme in the UK. Its aim is to promote responsible dog ownership and in turn, enhance our relationship with our pets and to make the community aware of the benefits associated with dog ownership.

Dog owners have an obligation to their dog and to their community to ensure that their pet is a happy, socialised, well trained animal.

The Kennel Club Good Citizen Dog Scheme Award aims to produce a dog that will walk and behave in a controlled
manner on the lead, will stay in one position on command, will allow its owner to clean, groom and inspect it. The dog must also
be able to be positioned by its handler for inspection i.e. stand, sit or lie down on either side or on its back, all on the lead. The
dog must come to hand when called. The award aims to provide the handlers with a basic knowledge of understanding
and training their canine companion.

*********************** These are the commands we feel all dogs should learn, know and why ***********************

Training Your Dog "toilet" PEEPEES & POOPOOS Or GO TOOS
Why: Do we need to say?

Getting the dog's attention & Teaching your Dog his name
Why: The only way your puppy will ever learn to respond to your commands is if you can first attract his attention and encourage the pup to home in on YOU.

Why: We teach "AH" for no. This can not be said in a angry or frustrated way which is very important. This helps us to set rules, yes you can do this, no you can't do that.

Teaching your Dog to SIT
Why:The dog can pay attention to you and take his cues as to what to do next from you when he is sitting quietly.

Teaching the Dog to LIE DOWN
Why:This is an ideal position for the dog to be in while you examine him or administer first aid. A dog which is lying down is less reactive to what is going on around him and is far more likely to STAY in position should he need to be left for a few moments.

Teaching the puppy RECALL
Why:An instant RECALL from a distance can be a life saver if the dog is heading for danger such as an approaching train when he is running close to a railway line, a horse galloping down a bridleway, a cliff etc. Very young puppies tend to follow their people around, and it is easy to be lulled into a false sense of security that this will continue forever! Sooner or later you will take your puppy for walks somewhere with many interesting distractions and for the safety and sanity of all concerned.

Teaching the puppy STAY
Why: Giving a command to stay helps with separation anxiety, they know your coming back. Helps with the saftey of the dog, on walks, waiting at the door or by the road side etc.

Teaching the puppy OFF
Why: The sofa cost £5000

Teaching the puppy DROP
Why: If you have a young puppy, you know the answer to this - it's because they frequently have something valuable or dangerous in their mouths!

Teaching the puppy LEAVE IT
Why: Same as above and when you see the cheeky little monster on is way to your chocolate. Leaving other dogs toys in the park, this stops fights. Leave the xmas dinner, you can not go out a buy another turkey.

Teaching the puppy CALM
Why: A calm dog listens.

Handlers must show that they have means of cleaning up after their dog and that it has proper identification. It is a legal requirement to inscribe the name and the address of the owner on the collar or on a plate or disc attached to it.

Kennel Club Dog Training tips

• Always be consistent to avoid confusing your dog.
• Be patient. If you find yourself getting annoyed with your dog during training, stop what you are doing, walk away and do something different. Try training later on in a different frame of mind.
• Train for short spells on a regular basis. This will help to keep your dog interested.
• Your dog needs to know its name so that you can gain its attention. This is essential learning for the dog before you can expect it to respond to commands and signals.
• Start as you mean to go on. Do not allow your dog to develop bad habits.
• Dogs respond to body movements and different voice tones, which can all be used in training.
• Understand your dog and learn to anticipate its next move.
• Handle and stroke your dog gently every day with constant praise so that it gets used to being handled.
• Play adds an extra dimension to a dog’s life and can make training fun.
• Remember that a trained dog is a happy dog so persevere!

Good Citizen Dog Scheme (GCDS) Guidelines
A handbook for the Kennel Club's Good Citizen Dog Scheme. This dog training programme promotes socially acceptable dogs and creates responsible dog owners. The Scheme is non competitive and is open to dogs of all ages and all breeds whether Kennel Club registered or not.

Price: £3.00
From the Kennel Club
Click Here

For more help training your dog call us now!

Plymouth Dog Training: from £25 a one on one lesson - Also see Plymouth Puppy Training
We offer Discount packages to suit your needs. please call or email us.

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