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Dog Training Camps and the 4 Fundamentals of Training
Is there a canine problem in your household? Does your pooch get on everyone's nerves?
No doubt about it, being the owner of a poorly behaving canine can be really stressful. The continuous barking and jumping up, perhaps even nipping and other aggressive and disrespectful conduct can put you in the dog house with your close friends and neighbors. What's a canine owner to do?.
Well, how about packing up your little darling and sending him off to boot camp? Many owners seek to do just that. They shell out big bucks in the wish that obedience training at a boot camp for canines will supply a solution to their dog behavior difficulties.
Are these dog training camps effective?
The answer is a definite maybe!
As one glove doesn't fit all, and all dogs aren't created equal, these instruction courses might show results in only a few dogs.
Here are the important points of dog training camps:
Dog training camps have intensive instruction programs generally known as 'doggie boot camps'. These programs are for dogs which are difficult to educate, and many also promise to correct behavioral problems. Similar to any other boot camp, your canine will need to live at the school for the duration of the course. Nevertheless, should you live nearby, you may be allowed to take little Fifi home for the night. The time frame of a boot camp could be between a week and a month, depending on the system. As you may anticipate, the fees, content and length will differ considerably from school to school.
Most boot camps for dogs will start with the basics: sit down, stand, stay, walk on a loose leash, and come when called. Their program is likely to include teaching of good manners such as not jumping on individuals, taking food/treats gently, etc. If your dog needs special attention, many schools offer the facility of creating a program to fit your canine, at an additional cost, obviously.
However, by most accounts the popularity of boot camps is on the upswing. This is most likely due to the time required if owners wish to educate their own pets. A boot camp is really a timesaver, and as a result provides a quick and easy fix. Obviously a huge part of their dog's negative behavior probably stems from their own lack of leadership and ineffective communication. Whilst expert obedience instruction can make a huge difference in your dog's behavior, bear in mind that the most effective instruction still comes from the canine owner.
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