Puppy Training Canberra

Puppy Training Canberra & Queanbeyan

When a puppy arrives in your home it will no doubt be a pleasure to have about. This bundle of joy will make you laugh and smile many times every day.
However in the majority of scenarios there will be lots of work with many aspects to consider including

  • Puppy Biting
  • Sleeping arrangements
  • Lead training
  • Chewing objects
  • Exercise
  • Neutering, is it necessary?
  • Puppy toilet training
  • Separation anxiety
  • Appropriate playing
  • Socialising with other dogs
  • Vaccinations
  • Effective communication
  • Health
  • Digging
  • Socialising with children
  • Time management

Puppys who haven’t had training early in life often turn into adult dogs with behavioural issues. Unfortunately many of these dogs end up homeless, in shelters or put to sleep. Many also spend their days left in the backyard in the too hard to deal with basket. ‘The cute mischievous puppy has now grown into an adult dog with behavioural problems and no one knows what to do. This is the reason which inspired me to start up a dog training business.

The best prevention to this being your puppys fate is to start early with training. It’s a great idea to employ an experienced dog trainer such as myself to teach your new pup basic obedience. In my opinion this is a much easier option for your pup as many in experienced dog owners confuse their pup if they have never trained one before.

During training sessions I offer all age appropriate training such as sit and stay, walk on lead, socialise with other dogs, wait before entering through a door way, down stay on basket inside house, not to jump up, not to bite. I advise how to prevent and stop behaviours such as soiling in the house, digging and barking.

Once I have trained your pup I will then teach you how to behave with your pup including what voice commands, hand signals and body movements you are to use to ensure your pup understands what it is you require of him.