Puppy Pre-school Dog Training Class
Puppies have developmental stages during which time it is critical to teach good habits and prevent undesirable behaviors. Exposure to other dogs and people during these stages will help your puppy develop into a calm, well-adjusted adult dog. Early preventative training presented with positive reinforcement methods will give you the skills to train your dog.
Have you recently added a new addition to your family? Bringing home a new puppy can be both a joy but also sometimes a challenge. Preventative puppy training is crucial for both the well-being of the puppy and owners alike.
Prodogz puppy preschool class is a fun and educational dog training class designed to help give puppies a head-start in theie training career. This three-week class covers crate training, preventative biting and how not to jump on family members.
Besides training counter conditioning is also crucial to puppies upbringing. What is counter-conditioning you ask! Counter-conditioning refers to conditioning puppies to the environment around them.
Utilizing positive reinforcement we will teach puppies to overcome their fear of uneven terrain, different surfaces and unfamiliar noises. Done properly counter-conditioning can enable your puppy to grow up to have the ability to overcome day-to-day obstacles and scenarios that could create a negative experience later on in life.
So if you’re ready to start your puppy off on the right paw we are eager to help.
Jason was very knowledgeable and ready to help us train our puppy! He has lots of different methods to tey if one isn't working. I highly recommend him for any obedience training you want to do with your dog!by Sarah Carlson
Jason did an amazing job training US. In turn we were able to teach our dog some great stuff! I highly recommend his program!by Dorothy Griffiths
Jason has introduced me to a whole new way of training with positive reinforcement making for a happy dog He has also introduced me to the working sport IPO He is a very good trainer and explains things well I would highly recommend him.by Diana Candace Meier