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Benefits of in Home Dog Training
Post by: Susan on Oct 20 2017
Sending your dog away to a trainer often leads to regression once the dog returns home with you. An in home dog trainer from Dog Training Elite will work with you, in the environment that the dog will be used to, to ensure lasting results. Here are some of the best benefits of home dog training.
In home dog training is the most effective method to achieve sustained success. This theory works in the long term to empower dog owners to be an integral part of the dog training process, allowing them to confidently keep up on training on their own instead of needing periodic training if a dog begins to regress.
Ideal Learning Environment
If your dog gets easily scared by strangers and large social activities, group training can do more harm than good without adequate basic obedience skills. While it’s imperative for an anxious dog to get over their fears, exposing them to social situations at a high frequency and intensity can make them even more panicky. Private training in a space that your dog is comfortable in helps your dog focus on their training instead of their environment.
Tailored to Your Needs
One of the best benefits in having a private trainer is that they don’t have to include a large group; their focus is solely on your dog. Instead of having to go through lessons your dog doesn’t need, a private trainer can specialize your dog’s training to exactly what issues they need to work on. They work around your schedule and needs, tailoring the program to what is going to help you best.
In-Person Help from a Professional Trainer
Dog trainers that come to your home will be able to assess and identify your dog’s needs and struggles, helping to speed up the training process. Having an in house dog trainer available during lessons to answer questions and interact with your pup will be more beneficial for both of you.
Do you have any questions or concerns? Contact Dog Training Elite today, we’re happy to help!