Program Level I
(4 weeks: Monday-Friday)
Basic Training On Leash Control
1. Pulling on the leash: dog doesn’t know how to walk on the leash
2. Excessive barking: when the dog is left alone in the house or is being confined in an area
3. Jumping: on the table or person(s)
4. Chewing or bighting: clothes, furniture, shoes, etc.
5. House-breaking: doesn’t know how to control his bladder, releasing itself in the house
6. Aggressive behavior: possessive over his territory; aggression towards a person or another dog; it can escalate towards the members of the family or even the owner
7. Distracted by noise or objects: exhibits hectic behavior when he hears strange sounds and goes into a flight behavior, and becomes submissive and nervous; this can escalate to an ironic behavior problem. The dog needs to be evaluated if its genetic problem or behavior that has developed due to its surroundings.
Yes we can help with anything on this list, along with many other problems. But, the dog needs to be kept in a vigilant program in order to resolve or eliminate the negative behavior of the system.
The first week introduces the dog to it’s new surroundings and allows it to become accustomed to the new ways of life and the substitute person (the trainer), using all positive methods and experiences. In the second week, the dog begins to learn new skills for appropriate behavior. In the third week, the dog will be taught comprehensive skills as well as conditioning, and new inborn behavior will be reinforced. The last week is to teach the dog how to react under stressful environmental situations, and many other circumstances, in a controlled manor. Last but not least, the owner goes through training on how to handle the dog without any conflicts..