OBEDIENCE CLASSES

Adult Obedience - 6 months +
CGC/CGCA/Therapy Dog Classes
Puppy Classes

  CLASSES

TUESDAY (Merrillville)

    6:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.   
7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Cost:         $150.00     6 week session

Location 1 Lisa Bataska Dog Training Building
Merrillville, IN


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Location 2:    Ruff Luxury Inn- Valparaiso, IN

 Puppy Classes
MONDAYS (Valpo)
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Cost:         $150.00     6 week session
Call Sheri for info
219-405-3914
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Location 3:  Three Birch Farm Training Facility
Hebron, IN
219-405-3914
  
Private Lessons available

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FOR SERVICE DOG TRAINING
contact Sheri
at 219-405-3914 or 
naturalpetsco@aol.com
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naturalpetsco@aol.com
219-405-3914
 

  • Private Lessons/In-home
  • Group Lessons - Puppy & Adult
  • Positive Reinforcement 
  • Obedience training
  • House breaking Issues
  • Training for older dogs
  • Canine socialization
  • Public Park/Dog Park Training
  • Off-leash training - Clicker Training
  • Walking on a leash
  • Behavior modification for timid dogs
  • Aggression management
  • Separation anxiety
  • Barking resolution

  A.K.C. Canine Good Citizen Training & Testing
  Competition Obedience & Rally
  Nutrition Consultation

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TRAINING  TIPS  

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  • -Set aside time every day to work on training. Remember, dogs need discipline, so giving them dedicated time when they need to focus on you, the leader, is important to maintain good behavior on a regular basis.

  • -Everything you do or say around your dog is “training” – remain consistent in your body language, signals, and commands all the time

  • -Know what you want from your dog. Set a clear goal and stick to it.

  • -Training and conditioning require consistent reinforcement to keep the dog enjoying the behavior.  They work for a "paycheck" too ! REWARD

  • -Keep training sessions short and sweet, and pay close attention to when your dog gets tired or overtaxed. You want to keep them interested and wanting more!

  • -Use training as a time to help your dog learn to problem-solve on their own. It keeps their mind busy and builds confidence.

  • -Take time to find the rewards that work best. Not all dogs are food-motivated, so do your homework and try a different approach if one way isn’t giving you the results you want try another.  Be creative!

  • -Always end a training session with a SUCCESS...

     

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