Off-Leash is when people come over and you
put your dog on "Down-Stay" and do not need to get a leash.
Off-Leash is when
you go out to your car, or work in your yard and the dog will hang out with
you, and not run down the street.
Off-Leash is when you drive home and open the
garage door to pull the car in and the dogs don't run out just because the door
never having to put your dog on a leash to obey you or to be under your
How do you teach basic dog obedience in 2 or 3 lessons?
We teach you how to be successful
with your dog at your home. No matter what breed of dog we can help you. Our
focus is Dog Psychology as
the primary training and behavioral problem solving method.
We train them all big and small.
How do you get dogs
off-leash trained in 4 or 5 lessons?
We are professional dog trainers
and also use Dog Psychology.
How much would you
charge to train our dog?
Call us on the telephone to discuss
your specific needs.
Why does virtually every
dog trainer in your area need 6, 8 or even 16 weeks just to teach basic
obedience on a leash?
All the reputable trainers we know
of need only 2 to 3 lessons to teach basic obedience. The mark of an amateur or
a hobbyist is that they do not know how to teach Off-Leash and do not advertise
it. Be warned, if someone tells you that it takes weeks and weeks of classes to
train your dog.
Why don't you use treats
or compulsion to train dogs?
Next to hitting or forced
obedience, using treats is the worst way to train a dog. Using treats makes
many dogs aggressive and encourages dominant behavior---behavior that often
leads to a death sentence. Besides, using treats and force does not work for
most dogs or their owners.
If you don't use treats
or compulsion, what do you use?
Love, Praise, Affection, Attention and Friendship
Do you say "NO" to dogs?
With our program you will say "NO"
much much less immediately. We elicit cooperation and teach you how to get your
dog's respect by being the friend and master. You will never need to nag, beg,
yell at or scare your dog ever again. This is the core of our
Q: Will group obedience classes
help me with my dog's problem?
Answer: Group classes will
not help problems such as aggression, jumping up, whining, bolting,
inappropriate marking, excessive barking, shyness, digging, chewing, biting,
and running away.
Forget about obedience if the
causes of problems and psychological issues have not been addressed properly at
Q: Will this take a lot of my
Answer: We teach basic
obedience in 2 or 3 lessons. We have dogs off-leash obedient in 4 or 5
Puppies can start before the final shots
Q: How soon should I start my
Answer: As soon as possible
so you do not make mistakes owners make, such as yelling, getting frustrated,
inappropriate feeding schedules and praise, using the wrong toys and poor
Our lessons are in your home so you
don't have to worry about taking the puppy out before the final series of
Dog training at your home
Q: How EXACTLY do you train dogs
and modify behavior?
Answer: Just like if you
asked a doctor exactly how he healed the sick or a police officer how she
upheld the law, they might answer that unless discussing a specific or
hypothetical case, the question is overly broad because there are infinite
circumstances involved. Every dog breed, and owner have their own unique set of
circumstances, problems and needs. We get results fast because we do not have
one METHOD, but instead treat everyone as individuals and design a program that
works best for them. Everything we do to control problems and to instill
obedience is consistent with the answer to the next question.
Q: Will dog training affect my
dog's personality? I want a happy dog.
Answer: Dog training should
be fun for both you and your dog. If done right, it brings your dog to life
because he or she will know how to please you. Good training enhances a dog's
personality, bonds dog to master, and makes it easier to spend time with your
It is very important for you to be
fun, fair and firm with your dog. What firm means is making the rules. If you
don't make the rules, your dog will make them, and you won't like them. A good
dog trainer can show you how to make the rules without bribing with treats,
being mean, yelling, hitting, and without you getting frustrated, depressed or
Q: How much time do I need to
Answer: Besides walking your
dog, you will need to set aside 5 to 7 minutes two times a day to practice
obedience initially. Within a short time you can then integrate obedience into
your normal routine and everyday relationship with your dog.
Q: Why aren't you a "Positive
Answer: We do use positive
reinforcement, that is praise, love, affection, attention and
When you hear "Positive
Reinforcement" it is bribing with treats. It is slow, unreliable and does not
work in real life. Real life is when there are distractions present or no
treats to bribe with. Why would you want bribe dogs using treats when you can
get them to listen to your voice in less time and be much more responsive too?
Almost half of our customers have
been through "Positive Reinforcement"training and they tell us the horror
stories (then having to hire a real trainer, worse aggression, worse
eliminating in the house, worse barking, lost dogs, being left with no other
choice than having to euthanize their dog, neurosis and self-mutilation.
Q: Do you ever use treats for
Answer: Almost never. There
is no time to run back in the house and get treats before your dog gets hit by
a car in the street. Your dog should do what you say every time because you say
so, not because there are treats. Do you really think that if you called your
dog and he/she had a choice between a cat, a chicken, another dog or a treat,
that he would choose the treat? Dogs that are trained with treats are not
trained, but conditioned to do cute tricks. What if your dog is not hungry or
motivated by treats? What then, do you get rid of it?
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