Whether you’ve just taken in your dog or brought a new puppy home, you may be trying to figure out how to train your pet. If you need dog training in Tequesta, then it can be helpful to turn to professionals that know how to train dogs best. Giving a Dog a Bone has a team of the best individuals for dog training.
If you have your first dog, then you may be clueless as to where to begin when it comes to dog training in Tequesta. Dog trainers like the qualified team members from Giving a Dog a Bone know how to handle different breeds of dogs and train them accordingly. Giving a Dog a Bone has team members with the necessary credentials for dog training and the most professional but friendly attitudes for handling your dogs.
The best dog trainers in Tequesta not only have experience with pets but should also have obtained certifications in case of an emergency. Joe Butler holds a certification in Pet First Aid & CPR from PetTech and Victoria Butler is certified Pet First Aid and CPR from Harmony Animal Hospital. Having these credentials is important because it shows that both members of Giving A Dog A Bone have learned pertinent information for the field they work in. Having qualified individuals for dog training in Tequesta proves to be beneficial because you can trust that the professionals know what they are doing and how to handle animals best.
Both members from Giving a Dog a Bone have a love for animals, so you can rest assured that your dog training in Tequesta will be from compassionate and considerate individuals. It can ease your mind when you leave your dogs to be trained by people who love animals because you can trust that they will treat your dogs the way you would!
Here at Giving a Dog a Bone, we offer various training program packages that cater to each dogs needs. Depending on what sort of training you want for your dog, each package can accommodate for it.
If, for the most part, your dog is well-behaved but has a few issues that you would like for us to work on, then you should consider our Quick Fix program package. Dogs are typically very rowdy and energetic animals, and they’re also very curious. Because they’re so active, they love to sniff out the environment and people they interact with. Moreover, because of their playful personality, they might not be as responsive to basic commands when you want them to be. And if you have issues with your dog following basic commands, then you’ll be happy to know that our Quick Fix program offers training for the following:
If you’ve just recently become a new dog owner and need to teach some basic commands for your pet, then The Bare Essentials program is right for you. When bringing home a new dog, basic obedience should be top-of-mind in order to develop a well-rounded and admired dog. Even if you’ve been a dog owner for a while, adult dogs are still able to benefit from learning basic commands. More so, with our training, canines can learn to be more than just obedient. Your dog will benefit from our Bare Essentials program from understanding what their boundaries are. We here at Giving A Dog A Bone will teach your dog all of the commands listed below:
If your dog is already acquainted with listening to basic commands, then you’ll probably benefit from our Well Mannered Pooch program. Owning a well-behaved dog doesn’t just benefit from its own behavior, you also benefit from it as well. Your canine friend is much more manageable when they possess well-mannered behavior skills. The Well Mannered Pooch is considered advanced obedience and they will be taught all the commands below:
In their early stages of development, puppies are typically very energetic animals. Their energetic personality appears adorable, but curbing the enthusiasm can pose a challenge. Similar to raising a human child, you will need time and patience to teach your puppies the necessary skills. Some common issues puppies pose or face include:
You might’ve heard this common phrase before: “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” It’s an untrue statement, but despite that, many owners accept it as it appears their dog is incapable of being well-mannered.
No two dogs are exactly the same, and because of each dog’s different experiences, different approaches to training will probably need to be applied. Your dog may be a rescued stray, or it may have experienced abuse in their upbringing. But no matter its past – or its current behavior, for that matter – your dog can be successfully trained. If you are having problems with your dog some of the things that Giving A Dog A Bone can help you with include:
Dog training is important so that your dog can learn what is okay and what isn’t. Not to mention, it can be fun to have your dog learn new tricks! Put your trust in the members from Giving a Dog a Bone, who know the best way to train your dog. Ask today about the services from Giving a Dog a Bone for dog training in Tequesta by calling (772) 600-8435 or by visit our contact page.