When we talk about “impulse control issues,” it means the failure to resist a temptation. Impulse control training involves teaching your dog skills to build self-control.
- Does your dog so whatever he wants no matter what you ask of him?
- Have you done training but OMG she just won’t listen when there’s a squirrel?
- Does your dog ignore you and run up to people to excitedly greet them?
- Does your dog steal food or other items and run off?
- Do you enjoy walking your dog in a busy environment?
No Reactive Dogs. If your dog Barks and Lunges at other people or dogs, this class is not the right fit. Please Give our office a call and we can lead you in the right direction.
Things to Bring:
- TONS of yummy food treats cut up small. 5 different flavors in separate containers.
- A vessel from which to manage the food for efficient and effective delivery to the dog. Treat pouch, training vest, etc.
- 4 of your dog’s favorite toys.
- Mat (yoga mat, bath mat, small blanket)
- Your instructor may add training gear to your equipment list each week.
- Basic Obedience Skills
- All dogs should be able to perform, at a minimum, reliable Name Response, decent loose leash skills, Sit, Down.
- Handlers should be familiar with marker training either a Clicker or a verbal marker (ie: Yes)