Bob Clark’s Training Tips
■ Starting training between the ages of 3 to 6 months can prevent your puppy from
developing unacceptable and destructive behaviors.
■ No dog is too old to learn new tricks! Training at any age can improve your dog’s behavior.
■ Dog training can be fun, but should be taken seriously. A mistake can imprint a bad habit rather than correct it.
■ Remember, repetition conditions the dog and consistency is key to improving your dog’s behavior. Dog’s love routines!
■ Avoid any dog training based on “Alpha Dominance,” a cruel training method that can be dangerous to you and your dog.
All dogs benefit from confident and caring leadership and a clearly defined purpose within their pack…your family
Training is your dog’s education on how to coexist with humans. Ultimately, training develops a respectful relationship because it creates the line of communication between you and your dog. Your dog will be happier knowing what pleases you and you will no longer be frustrated, worried or embarrassed by your dog’s behavior.
Like people, dogs are individuals with unique issues, personality traits and lifestyles. No single training program works for every dog, so our personalized training format is designed to fit the needs of your dog and your family.
Training lessons are private one-on-one classes with you and your dog, but all family “pack” members are welcome and encouraged to attend!