Tuesday, July 25, 2006

 

Pupy Training

Puppy training - Start on the right paw with your new canine kid.


In-home puppy training is where we come to you to work with you and your new puppy in its environment. This is especially important because the majority veterinarians don’t want puppies out in public during these most important first months.


If you are a new puppy owner you probably have many questions about how best to raise and train your latest addition to the family. Our team of professionals have many of the answers you are looking for.


The experiences your puppy has and everything it learns from 21 days to 4 months will influence it throughout its life. Don't you believe an education should be part of your dog’s history?


The central purpose of puppy training is to stop behavior problems before they get started. Puppy training is like getting insurance for good adult dog behavior.


With our home puppy training we will treat both you and your puppy as individuals.


We do this because we know one size doesn't fit all. Puppies come in different sizes and with different personalities, so we adapt the training to the individual.


Home puppy training programs are designed to meet the unique training requirements of you and your puppy, as well as provide consultation where we guide the humans through future developmental stages puppy will grow through. This puppy training program also covers principles of learning theory, and patterns of dog behavior. Our puppy training consist of basic obedience commands, problem management & prevention, house manners - including housebreaking + potty on command


puppy training brings rewards that will last a lifetime


Our training has over a twenty seven history of successfully nurturing confident, happy dogs through their early months.


Discover in just 6 lessons, puppy training secrets that took our team over 27 years to learn


Puppy training - behavior programs work best when started early. Seven weeks is ideal but twelve weeks will also work nicely. The main point is to take action and train your puppy as soon as possible.


South Orange County and North Orange County in home pet and owner education provided by Adaptive Dog Training


In-home puppy training programs usually last 5 sessions and is done over a 6 to 11 week period. The first session is usually and hour and a half long, however it can be between one to 3 hours long.


Get started today ensuring your puppies happy future.


Now you can have a Concepts In Dog Behavior® authorized trainer / consultant be your puppy development coach.


The starting fee for this program is $730 for puppies under 4 months. If you have an adolescent, or adult dog you will need the standard in-home training program.


Start enjoying the benefits of a win-win relationship with your new puppy....
Call today at 714-229-0888


A message from the founder of the system
The Concepts In Dog Behavior® Training System gives you the essential tools and the practical knowledge you need to realize your dogs full potential. Each trainer / consultants in the Concepts In Dog Behavior® network is personally selected and trained by me, Andrew Ledford the founder of Concepts In Dog Behavior. This lengthy and involved process is to assure you the highest quality dog training experience from an exceptional team of skilled and caring professionals.


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Friday, July 21, 2006

 

Welcome!

Welcome! This page contains articles on various aspects of dog training, including obedience training, solving behavior problems, finding the perfect dog training book, information about clicker training, tips on dog safety and dog bite prevention for both children and adults, links to specialized dog training pages, advice on choosing a dog trainer, raising puppies, and other useful tips. It also has a section devoted to police and protection dog training.


Fort Huachuca ACS Award of Excellence This is a non-commercial site, dedicated to reducing the numbers of dogs euthanized or surrendered to shelters each year due to curable behavior problems; and improving quality of life for dogs and their families. All of the advice you will find here is free.


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