Basic Obedience

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Basic Obedience

Week One: Philosophy

Our philosophy on training dogs is straightforward. Just like kids, they need two ingredients to help them grow mentally and emotionally CORRECTION and AFFECTION. God's word in Proverbs 13:24 says. "He who spares his rod hates his son... but he who loves him disciplines him diligently". And since God put little puppies on earth for us to take care of, then we must show CORRECTION with AFFECTION. Sit on command Down Come when Called Demonstrate good muzzle grip Walk on a leash without pulling Demonstrate a trick from Positive Perception  Stay in the Sit and Down Position Look for 10 seconds 

RULES TO TRAIN BY PLEASE READ

 Arrive a few minutes early so the pup can eliminate. Bring homework to class each week. BRING TREATS AND FAVORITE TOYS TO CLASS.

 Daily training sessions should be no longer than 5 minutes.  The umbilical cord technique can be 10-20 minutes. Only train your dog when you are in a happy mood. Do not feed your dog on the day of class. Never give a command that you cannot enforce.

REMEMBER… IF YOU WANT SOMETHING YOU HAVE NEVER HAD YOU MUST DO SOMETHING YOU HAVE NEVER DONE.


Advanced Obedience

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Advanced Obedience

Advanced Dog Training at a Distance

sit-stay and down-stay out of sight

Dog training hand signals are beneficial for several reasons: Canines are visually oriented animals and will understand hand signals for dogs very well. They can read your body language more easily than understand your spoken words. My training methods use cues that can then become the actual hand signalDogs have the amazing ability to learn sign language, whether they cannot hear themselves or their owner if deaf. Any dog can learn sign language, and it will just take some training, patience, and consistency. But, the same goes for teaching a dog to stay, sit, and come with word commands. 

REMEMBER… IF YOU WANT SOMETHING YOU HAVE NEVER HAD YOU MUST DO SOMETHING YOU HAVE NEVER DONE.

Off-Leash k9 Training

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Off-Leash k9 Training

Walk on a loose lead. Drop and stay. Sit and wait. Recall on-demand—socialization with other dogs and humans. Problems solved: Jumping, Pulling on Lead, Not coming when called, Reducing Anxiety and Excessive Barking, etc. 

The dog is trained 3 to 4 times per day to achieve maximum results Socialization and playtime every day. FREE telephone support for the rest of the dog's natural life. FREE follow up lessons for 12 months at Central Alabama Police K9 Training Center the completion of the course. Independent handlers course that shows you what your dog has learned and teaches you the correct commands and handling techniques. Your dog is now your friend instead of a nuisance. Imagine no more jumping on you, not being dragged down the road, and your dog not running away.

In-House Training & Boot Camp

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Boot Camp

In-House Training & Boarding30 Day In-House Training & Boarding $2,500. The program includes Training and Board. The course consists of Thirty days of intensive live in obedience course at our family property on the Central Alabama Police K9 10 minutes from Exit 219 Jemison, Alabama. Ensuring your dog learns to interact and socialize with family members and other dogs. Dogs are not locked in pens all day as at commercial kennels, max 3 to 4 dogs on the course at any one time. Enables results to achieve, and dogs are happy and healthy. Your dog will be able to walk on. Lead: Walk on a loose lead. Drop and stay. Sit and wait. Recall on-demand—socialization with other dogs and humans. Problems solved: Jumping, Pulling on Lead, Not coming when called, Reducing Anxiety and Excessive Barking, etc. Free dog wash on arrival. 

The dog is trained 3 to 4 times per day to achieve maximum results Socialization and playtime every day. FREE telephone support for the rest of the dog's natural life. FREE follow up lessons for 12 months at Central Alabama Police K9 Training Center the completion of the course. Independent handlers course that shows you what your dog has learned and teaches you the correct commands and handling techniques. Your dog is now your friend instead of a nuisance. Imagine no more jumping on you, not being dragged down the road, and your dog not running away.