Congratulations, you have taken your first step in realising your dog or puppy needs training. I am sure you are thinking,what happens next? So I have decided to break down what happens on the first dog training session and open up all the possibilities that lie ahead of you and your canine pal in the dog training world.
- One on One Canine Training
The first thing to know is that all training is one on one. I come to your home and simply sit and talk to you about your doggie and the things you would like to work on.
- I will ignore your dog
On the first visit, I will ignore your dog. This is not me being rude or uncaring, I am simply doing this to understand how you interact with your doggie and what he or she is used to doing in your home.
- We will train as long as you need to
There is no need to book a set amount of lessons at a time. We will work week by week until you think you are at a point where your dog needs to be.
- You will need to do your homework
Each week we will discuss what you would like to work on; it might be to stop jumping up on visitors for example. I will show you how to fix the problem using positive dog training methods and then I will ask you to carry out the dog training exercises for about five minutes per day until our next lesson.
- We train in your home, your garden and your neighbourhood
I want the training we carry out to be relevant to you and your family. I have no doubt I will be able to successfully train your dog, but my goal is to develop a partnership between you and your dog or puppy so you can enjoy your life together in your home, garden, neighbourhood etc.
5 thoughts on “5 Things That happen in Our First Dog Training Session”
Sounds great! Looking forward to it.
Can i cancel today ,as I’ve got plumbers in today.thanks.
How much does it cost please?
HI Paul, these are the prices if you are in RCT. https://hotdogtrainerdotcom.wordpress.com/home/contact/