Well-Trained Dogs Make The Best Family Dogs
Great Dogs Aren’t Born, They’re Trained.
It can be easy to fall into the trap of adopting a new puppy/dog and then trying to train them yourself. The only problem is, dog training is complicated and the methods used need to be tailored to each dog’s personality and natural abilities.
While working to ensure your dog is happy and obedient, you may unwittingly create more problems in the long-run. Without proper experience, you can cause your dog to disengage from training efforts, increase their anxiety and frustration, or teach them bad habits.
Working With A Professional Dog Trainer
The best way to ensure your new puppy/dog is happy, well-adjusted, and obedient, is to work with a professional dog trainer. A professional dog trainer has the skills and experience needed to create a custom training plan that will work for your dog’s personality and natural abilities.
Here area a few tips for finding a professional dog trainer to work with:
Find an experienced trainer who has credentials and is insured.
Ask them about their training philosophy and methodologies.
Consider how your personalities mesh, as you and your dog will be spending a great deal of time with your trainer.
Think about what your dog needs and whether the dog trainer can provide assistance for your specific scenario
Ensure the trainer offers a variety of training options. As your dog progresses through various training levels, it’s best to continue with the same trainer. Your dog is acquainted with their training style and feels connected to them. This makes the learning process easier and more streamlined for you and your pet.
Consider the dog trainer’s fees. Can you afford to complete the entire recommended training program? If not, you’re doing your dog a disservice, and wasting your hard-earned money.
Playmate Kennels & Stables Offers A Variety Of Dog Training Services
Gina, owner at Playmate Kennels & Stables, has more than 30 years’ experience training dogs. Professionally Trained, Licensed, Certified, & Insured, Gina is well-versed in all types of dog training from basic and advanced obedience to agility training and more.
Gina believes well-trained dogs make the best family dogs. So whether your dog needs help staying out of trouble at home or you’ve welcomed a new dog into the family and they need to learn basic commands, we’ve got a solution for you!
We offer a variety of affordable training options and are happy to help you choose the best solution for your specific situation.
Call Gina today to learn more about her professional dog training services – 262-878-1550.