Dogs under the age of sixteen weeks are more “wolf-like” than they will ever be. At this age, when most pups are separated from their birth packs, it is important to make the crucial adjustment to living with and answering to humans.
Knowing how to blend obedience training that creates acceptable behaviors in the human realm with the natural instinctive responses of your young dog is crucial for the formal training to come.
At Taming the Wild, through either our Puppy Imprinting Program or our Puppy Preparatory School, we help guide you through the critical first few months of your young dog’s life, teaching you the necessary knowledge and skills to help your puppy relationship start on the right path. Obedience school can help your puppy transition into a well behaved adult.
At Taming the Wild, we offer two different types of puppy training courses:
A 5-day board and train program for puppies between the ages of 12 - 15 weeks. Included in the program are obedience training, boarding, playtime, a private turnover lesson at the end of the program, a 20ft training lead, treat pouch, and a copy of Bryan’s book, "Housebreaking - 10 Steps to Success."
Cost - $650
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(3) private lessons with one of our professional trainers, a 20ft training lead, treat pouch, and a copy of Bryan’s book, "Housebreaking - 10 Steps to Success."
Cost - $300
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Our four-week puppy group class will be held every Thursday evening at our indoor training facility, starting March 28 - April 18, 2019, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. This obedience training class will help your puppy learn valuable social and communication skills with both humans and other dogs. Commands covered include come, heel, sit, off, down, place, and stay. Husbandry topics will include how young puppies learn and communicate, housebreaking, proper nutrition, and feeding schedules, and nail trims made easy.
Cost - $150
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Housebreaking is the bane of puppyhood for most dog owners. It is an incredibly frustrating process that has been made even more so by misguided training recommendations doled out by friends, family, the internet, and a myriad of dog professionals.
The information provided is often incorrect or misleading, especially regarding the amount of time and effort that will be required to train your dog to go potty outdoors and not indoors reliably.
However, successful housebreaking doesn’t have to be so scary or painful. It just requires patience, consistency, a small bit of knowledge about your dog’s natural behavior, and a willingness to follow ten important steps. Solve your housebreaking problems forever with the help of Bryan's book, Housebreaking: 10 Steps to Success.
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