Dog Training Tips and Info

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Jacksonville fl dog training services

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Many of our customers ask us what our training technique is. Our reply to them is we don’t use a technique but put in to practice well studied learning theory that focus on the neurological development of dogs. Using a simple technique for dog training is too narrow and 2 dimensional to get consistent results.

Call or email is today to find out why we should be your number one choice in Jacksonville Florida dog training services. We offer private lessons, group classes, and dog camps. Our dog training camps in Jacksonville Florida are unmatched. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Dog training quick tip

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This is a quick tip that may help you with dog obedience training. Dogs focus on body language first and verbal communication second. Try to pay attention to your body language and see how your dog reacts to different things you do. A lot of behaviors a dog may pick up are what they interpreted you to want. Jumping up is a huge one. Once you’ve discovered what you are doing to cause the pup to behave a certain way you can begin to change that and teach the dog to react differently in the future.

If you should ever have other dog training needs keep us in mind and give us a call. We are your dog training experts in Jacksonville Florida. After you talk with us you’ll know why. With all of our different solutions such as dog obedience camps, private lessons, pick up and drop off services, and flexible payment options we put you and your dog first so together we can save lives.

A few steps to remember while dog training

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Dog Training Tip: This is a few simple steps to follow when training your dog for any command.

1) give the command and lure the dog into position using a treat. Once your dog is in the desired position praise with good and release command. Repeat until the your dog is consistently going into position

2) Increase the duration your dog stays in the position before released. This is will help build your dogs focus

3) As you increase the duration of your dog staying gradually increase the distance you are from your dog while they are in stay.

4) introduce small distractions such as setting a toy on the ground or squeaking a toy. Eventually increase the temptation of the distraction such as tossing a toy next to your dog. This will build impulse control and help with calming your dog down.

If you keep in mind these four steps it should help you keep a more systematic approach to dog training. If you have any other questions about dog training remember we are your dog training professionals in Jacksonville Florida. We offer dog training camps from South Carolina to Georgia and to Florida. We know and understand learning theory which enables us to help you with any training or behavior problem you may have.

Dog training tip

by k9perceptionblog

As dog trainers we see and help train a lot of different dogs using all kinds of techniques depending on the dog. All of our dog training techniques do involve a large focus on impulse control. Impulse control can teach dogs not to be so reactive to different stimuli. To train impulse control you start with basic stay training. Once your dog can stay for a small duration move on to distraction training. Have your dog do a stay command and introduce a small distraction. More than likely your dog will flench in attempt to go after the distraction. A dog with good impulse control would hardly react where a dog with poor impulse control may would break after it. Use the rule of repetition to change the dogs reaction to this stimuli. Overtime your dog will learn impulse control and become calmer in general. If you have any other questions or would like help with dog training give us a call 904-237-2044. After we talk you’ll see why we are Jacksonville Florida’s premier dog training company providing our clients with affordable dog training camps that will help their dog become a more well suited member of the family.

The rule of repetition

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When owners are doing training exercises with their dogs we find a lot of times they don’t repeat the exercise enough to teach the dog what’s expected of them. During your dog training lessons you should repeat each step approx. 50 times before moving to the next step. You may need to repeat more or less depending on the dog but that’s a good number to start.

Summer boarding and training

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Are you traveling this summer? If so consider having your dog trained and enjoy coming home to your dog at its maximum potential. We offer boarding and training options to keep your dog entertained and exercised while you’re gone. Your dog can stay with us during your vacation for obedience or behavior training. Not only will your dog be taken care of mentally but will have a full veterinarian staff caring for their physical health during their stay. Our grounds include a spacious pet park that will allow your dog to exercise and play after training sessions. We also offer pick up and drop off services for clients that want it. Schedule your dogs stay today.

Dog training ideas in savannah ga

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Savannah Georgia is an awesome place to have a dog. With numerous parks, a dog friendly downtown, and the beach just a few miles away there’s always something to do with your dog. Unfortunately lack of socialization or training can keep a lot of these opportunities from happening. With the proper dog training you and your dog could enjoy everything savannah has to offer. When you’re out in public with your dog try to encourage them to stay focused on you. We see it way to often owners allowing their dogs to investigate everything they come across. This just adds to the lack of focus and hurts training efforts. With our dog training headquarters just outside of savannah georgia we would be glad to do a consult and set up a training plan to show you how to bring out your dogs full potential.

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Service dog/Assistance dog training in Georgia

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One of our favorite jobs at K9 Perceptions is training dogs to be service dogs or assistance dogs. Service dogs are not only best friends but serve a great purpose in life. Our georgia service dog program serves the entire south east and does not have a waiting list. Our focus is training assistance dogs for the mobility impaired or children with autism.

The range of our dog training services

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We offer a wide array of dog training services. We can help you with basic obedience, hunting retriever training, service dog training for mobility impaired and autism, advanced behavior modification training, and more. The dogs below are a service dog and a dog staying with us for obedience training. Call us today to discover why we should be your go to source for dog training in southeast. We cover the states of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina.

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Molly’s progress in the dog training camp

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Molly is doing very well with her obedience training camp so far. Molly is only 11 weeks old and can sit, down, come, and stay. Call us today to find out how we can help bring out you dog’s full training potential.

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