Rescue dog fully off leah trained in less than 3 weeks
Here is Niko less than three weeks after he came in for training. I am so proud of how well he has done - and he is such a fun dog to train!
Off leash obedience with distractions
Niko is doing all of his excercises off leash - and with other dogs around and getting in his space to boot. He can heel, come when called, sit and staya nd go to and stay on his place - with all the other dogs pestering him. No easy feat!
My only regret is I forgot to bring along his training collar to the session and we used one of mine - which is clearly a size too big for Niko - he didnt mind - it just looks goofy to me:-)
How long will my dog need the collar for?
I call Bobby - a Scottish Terrier into the mix at one point. I trained Bobby last year and he is back for boarding so I thought it would be fun to include him as a distraction.
Bob/Bobby/Robert (as we call him depending on the day) was a hellion when he came in and had a good degree fo dog aggression - one of the main issues when his owner contacted me for training last summer. Here he is - having fun with the little dogs outside - no aggression at all - no training collar and doing a perfect recall and place command - just cause he can!
Two obedient dogs off leash
2 for 1. I Can’t comlain. Both dogs keep their focus completely on me - waiting for the next command.
Dog training should be fun and produce results
Thanks to their training Niko and Bobby’s owners as well as the dogs can enjoy their lives with little stress and go whever they like without worry.