Dog Obedience Training





  • Obedience training doesn't solve all your dog's behavior problems, but it is the foundation for solving just about any problem.

  • A well-trained dog is more trustworthy and can benefit of a greater amount of freedom than an untrained one.

  • Always reward or praise your dog for a good performance during the obedience training!

  • Basic obedience training will do the following:
    - teach your puppy not to bite
    - teach dog to stay
    - teach dog to sit
    - teach your dog to lie down
    - teach dog to come
    - house train your dog


Professional Dog Obedience Training in Los Angeles, CA.

Dog Obedience Training RulesThe purpose of the doing obedience training is to establish a common ground where you and your dog can communicate. Do not worry, the dog will not start talking and you will not start barking. Well…you might think you can bark by trying to imitate the sounds that your dog produces, but that does not mean that you speak his language. Dog obedience training establishes rules that both you and your dog need to follow in order to understand each other. I, personally, don't consider dog obedience training as being a control tool; it is rather a communication bridge that connects the two worlds: the dogs' and the humans'.

Sit, Down, Come, Stay - Dog Obedience CommandsA basic obedience training includes teaching the dog to reliably respond to basic commands such as "sit", "down", "come", and "stay". Your dog will no longer need to guess what you want from him; he will answer or refuse to answer to your commands knowing very precisely what he is doing. It does not mean that if a dog is trained to be "obedient" he will act like a robot and promptly respond to your commands regardless of the circumstances. Dogs, just like humans, have feelings that make them overreact or show no emotion at all at times. Also, they can be tired or sick, which might prevent them from collaborating. The secret is to get to know your dog, and understand his behavior. This will make the interaction between the two of you easier, more pleasurable, and more rewarding for everyone.

Dog Obedience Training in Los Angeles, Monterey Park, Pasadena, Temple City, West Hollywood, Alhambra, Altadena, Bell, Burbank, Beverly Hills, Glendale, Griffith Park, Huntington Park, La Canada Flintridge, and vicinities.

Dog Obedience Trainer in Los AngelesThe good news is that dog obedience training does not mean mastering the grammar of some language. It consists in a simple set of commands that you and your dog need to learn. You need to learn to encode and transmit the message, and the dog needs to learn how to receive and correctly decode the message. It is the dog trainer’s talent and experience that will make the process as easy and as fun as possible for the both of you.

Los Angeles Dog Obedience TrainerDog obedience training is not all about you having control over your dog; it is rewarding for your pet as well. Obedience training will help fulfilling some of your dog's basic needs, such as exercising and feeling a sense of accomplishment from doing what it is expected from him, and will build positive social interaction. If you live in Los Angeles and want to have me as your dog obedience trainer, I would be more than happy to teach you and your dog the alphabet of the human-dog communication.

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  • Altadena
  • Bell
  • Burbank
  • Beverly Hills
  • Glendale
  • Huntington Park
  • La Canada Flintridge
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  • Monterey Park
  • Pasadena
  • Temple City
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Dog Obedience Tranining Locations in Southern California: Alhambra, Altadena, Bell, Burbank, Beverly Hills, Glendale, Griffith Park, Huntington Park, La Canada Flintridge, Los Angeles, Monterey Park, Pasadena, Temple City, West Hollywood, and vicinities.