Home Obedience Training Putnam County NY

Juni is a young-adult Bernese Mountain dog whose owner contacted me for advanced in home obedience training Putnam County NYJuni’s owner has her off leash in the woods of Vermont, and she has chased a bear, several turkeys, coyotes, and eaten a corn cob (which required a $2,500 surgery).Home Obedience Training Putnam County NY

She needed advanced at home dog training so Juni would be safe and reliable with her recall command. We successfully off leash obedience trained Juni using very low level remote collar training (as a communication tool) in just one training session and a few days of practice with her owner.

The recall command is the most important obedience command your dog should know.  When conducting in home obedience training Putnam County NY (which has a lot of woods and traffic), I always encourage owners to train their dog to reliably come when called.  Learn about the 5 Obedience Commands to Make Your Life Easier.

We taught Juni the “Leave It” command which tells her not to engage (pick-up) foreign objects.  This will prevent her from consuming inedible objects like corn cobs, and stop her from getting into mischief with porcupines and other animals.  We are able to reinforce this command up to ½ mile away while she is off leash in the woods or yard.

My proven dog training system can improve behavior issues, and transform an un-trained dog into an off leash obedience trained dog (regardless of age or breed). 

If you are in need of a dog trainer who can help you and your dog with home obedience training Putnam County NY, contact me today: steve@srdogtraining.com  or 914-774-7654

Home Obedience Training Putnam County NY

Khaleesi is an 11-week old German Shepherd puppy. She has a very dedicated and caring owner, who understood the importance of early training. As a result, she contact me for home obedience training Putnam County NY.

Home Obedience Training Putnam County NYPuppies provide us a “clean slate” in which we can lay the proper foundation of obedience training, socialization, housebreaking, and daily structure/routine. Khaleesi is an extremely smart and happy puppy, who is very receptive to training.

The first thing we did was address housebreaking, which is the #1 concern for new puppy owners. The 2nd challenge is puppy biting. Once we covered how to properly handle these issues, we started developing reliable obedience commands.

Having a well-trained and obedient dog is essential for all owners, but even more so when we are talking large active breed dogs, such as German Shepherds. Some of the commands we are covering can be found in 5 Obedience Commands to Make Your Life Easier.

If you have a new puppy and want to be proactive in early training (as Khaleesi’s owner did) or even if you have an adult dog who is not listening as well as you would like/displaying unwanted behaviors – rest assured, I can help you and your dog. Contact me today to find out how: 914-774-7654 or steve@srdogtraining.com