Training dogs dates back to Roman times. Around 120 B.C. a Roman farmer, Marcus Varro, recorded advice on raising and training puppies for herding livestock. His writings reveal that not only was dog training well established, but that the value of early training was recognized.
1,200 years later, Jason is doing the same thing in Brooklyn, NY. After years of experience working with dogs of all ages, breeds and sizes, Jason has developed a multitude of advanced training techniques. Listed below are some of the techniques offered. For rates and further information, please get in touch with us.
LEASH TRAINING / AGGRESSION
Many people think that dogs just innately know how to walk politely on a leash, but this skill is something that needs to be trained. Fortunately, it’s one of the easier skills to teach your dog.
HOUSE & CRATE TRAINING
Did you adopt a new puppy or rescue dog? Well, its very important to establish proper house training right away before they develop any bad habits.
EXCITEMENT JUMPING & IMPULSE CONTROL
Barking, whining, digging, leash pulling, jumping on strangers, stealing food, chasing squirrels.
The doorbell rings, Your dog runs through the living room and you brace yourself while he jumps all over the visitor. On a walk, a lovely lady approaches you and asks to pet your dog. Your dog leaps and bounces with such fervor that his front paws barely touch the ground. Some people laugh and pet him, while others are annoyed, even scared.
Teaching your dog the basic commands such as Sit, Stay, Leave It and Come are essentioal for establishing healthy boundaries. As you and your pup get better at communication, you can teach them Bang Bang, High Five or alternative commands to show off to all your friends.
If your dog is nervous around different sounds and sights, fearful or shy, it is possible to teach them how to be social and friendly. It depends on the dog, and might take four to twelve weeks, but it is never too late to socialize your dog.
Clicker training was invented by marine mammal trainers, with a whistle instead of a clicker. This science based technique is a gateway to start effective communication with your pup. It is the perfect combo. Click and treat. Dogs love it!