Updated: Feb 12
Finding a Dallas Dog Trainer
How do you find a good dog trainer in Dallas FT Worth Metroplex? If you are like most pet owners, you google dog training near me. You may even get specific and search for a good dog trainer near me but neither or those searches necessarily mean you will find a great dog trainer or the right trainer for you and your dog.
Before searching for a dog trainer in Dallas, decide what your goals are for dog obedience training. Not every dog owner has the same goal because not everyone leads the same life with their dog.
Do you plan on doing a lot of things outside of your home with your dog? If so, then a dog that can pass the AKC Canine Good Citizen test as well as great obedience is more important to you than for someone that just wants a well behaved, well-mannered obedient dog that mostly stays at home.
Just because your dog mostly stays home, does not mean training is not important to you. You just have different goals. Perhaps you have company and you do not want your dog barking at everyone that comes to the door or jumping on everyone that comes in your home. Those are manners to, and a dog with good manners is a dog that gets to be included more instead of having to be put away whenever someone comes over.
Many dog training courses focus on just obedience. Obedience commands are important but impulse control and the ability for your dog to focus on you in distractions are just as important. Otherwise you end up with a dog that can have and amazing sit with great duration but can’t do it around distractions. That is not a trained dog.
Our Day and Train and Board and Training programs both include group classes to ensure that you and your dog learn how to work together as a team with the new skills you have both learned. A good dog group class training program is structured to advance you and your dog’s skills, not simply repeat the same thing over and over. The entire point of group classes is to continue to grow, not be bored. We take great efforts to ensure our dog classes in the group environment are engaging, fun and educational. The purpose is to bring you back into the loop to help your dog look to you as the leader around distractions.
There are mand good dog trainers in the Dallas area. When finding a dog trainer, find one that listens to what your goals are, has the ability to train your dog to match your goals and needs, trains and interacts with your dog in a manner that you are comfortable with and lastly, find a dog trainer you like!
If you are searching for a highly rated dog trainer in Dallas, K-9 Culture would love to work with you and your dog and help you both learn how to work together as a team. If you would like to schedule a free dog evaluation and training consultation you can visit our trainer’s calendar here.
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