The last couple of months of staying at home have meant spending a lot of time with those in your house. You may have been hanging out with your dog a lot lately and you may not have been pleased with the behavior you see. If this is the case for you, signing your dog up for obedience training will prove to be a good decision. Wondering what your dog will learn in obedience training? Here are some of the commands that are usually taught to disruptive dogs:
Walking Through a Crowd Calmly
One of the foundational skills in obedience training is your dog’s ability to behave appropriately in public. Obedience training teaches dogs how to walk through a crowd without getting distracted or bothering others. For dogs that tend to behave combatively, aggressive dog training in Las Vegas can also help your dog to behave better in a crowd. There are a host of ways that your dog can call too much of the wrong kind of attention to himself when you’re in a crowd. Obedience training helps your dog blend right in when he or she is in public.
Coming When Called
A wandering puppy trainer in Las Vegas can immediately put him or herself in danger. That’s why obedience training usually includes teaching your dog to come (right away) when called. It’s a huge asset to you to have a dog that comes when called because it saves you a lot of time, energy and worry. After obedience training, you won’t need to worry if your dog happens to escape the backyard. You can call your escaped dog to return to you and continue on with your day without the long chase that you had to engage in before.
Sitting on Command
Obedience trainers know that having a dog that sits on command can bring multiple benefits. They teach your dog to sit patiently so that, if you take your dog in public, you have a way for your dog to wait patiently during delays (or conversations with neighbors while you’re out walking the dog). When your dog sits on command, he or she is also able to sit appropriately when people are petting him or her. Obedience trainers know your dog is more approachable and easy to handle when he or she knows how to sit.