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PUPPY DEVELOPMENT (8-16 weeks):
A common mistake people make with their puppies is waiting until it reaches 6 months of age before introducing any kind of formal training. By 6 months, a young pup has already established a lot of unwanted behaviors, and although training can still be successfully applied, avoiding these behaviors altogether is the better approach.

With American Alpha K9 Training you’ll learn to take advantage of your puppy’s Critical Development Stages. Simple techniques provided to you will help you shape your puppy into an obedient and well rounded dog…it’s educational and fun!

Subjects covered: housebreaking – crate training – play biting teething – early relationship development – destructive chewing – jumping – identifying early signs of aggression - introduction into obedience commands (sit, down, come).
 

 

Nathan

The best time to start training your dog is when it's a puppy.
 


LEVEL #1 (BASIC ON-LEASH OBEDIENCE):
Level #1 obedience introduces any dog and its owner to the fundamentals of obedience training. With a strong emphasis on proper leash control, this program will help you establish the necessary relationship with your dog.

Subjects covered: end leash pulling – sit – stay – down - down/stay – heel – quiet – come – door training – overall behavior modification and much more!


LEVEL #2 (INTERMEDIATE OBEDIENCE):

Level #2 obedience continues on where Level #1 left off. An emphasis is put on hand commands, long-line and drop-line work and introduces the dog to off leash commands.

Subjects covered: heel from front – sit up from a down position – stand on command – down from front – down from motion (stop & drop) – place (go to / stay in) – heel off leash.

 

Titan
At the very least, offer your dog a course in basic obedience so that he’ll be able to contribute to your long lasting relationship.
 


LEVEL #3 (OFF LEASH OBEDIENCE):

Level #3 obedience introduces dog and owner to the benefits and enjoyments of having a dog that will respond to commands while freely roaming around a yard or park. An emphasis is put on administering commands while the dog is in motion; administering commands from various distances; recalls from distractions and blind distances.

  Arlene
Advanced training provides a very rewarding experience for both dog and owner.
     

 

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