Good dog training for your family pet –  like good parenting for children.

Kids and dogs both  need to get the best tools they can to successfully  navigate the potentially rough waters  life will throw at them.

This would Include the ability to make the right decisions when presented with options.  Have you given your dog the understanding how to do that?

The only resource they have is you.  Kids can ask, but  dogs face the handicap of not being able to ask questions.

Kids need to know, or actually develop, keen instincts that allow them to choose good friends to hang with and make other good life choices.

Dogs also need good tools to be able to make the right choices as well:  Tools like:  don’t jump, don’t bark excessively or don’t chew up things that are not yours to chew – and this list goes on.

You May Know This – But Are You Doing The Training With Your Dog?

The sooner you give your dog the right tools to navigate life’s rough waters, the better, happier, safer pet you will have.

There are many dog owners who doesn’t properly train their dog to prepare it for life with us humans and our rules.

These dog owners “assume” the dog either should know it”.  Nothing could be further from the truth.

Affording your dog the opportunity of an education will create LESS stress in your life and your dog’s life as well.

Everyone appreciates a well mannered, well trained dog – just as they do well mannered kids.

Be as comfortable with the trainer of your dog as you are with the teacher of your children. And remember,  “Opportunity Barks!”   

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