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Behavioral dog training, in Home dog training Los Angeles, West Hollywood

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This little cutter had a  behavioral dog training evaluation and session to determine if she might be running the show at home. In my opinion she is a sweet loving misunderstood dog that is just trying to find her place in the her home. She may have been given too much freedom and has assumed the role of “top dog” in her home. With some in home dog training and some changes with how the owner interacts with her a peaceful home will be accomplished!!!!

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Puppy boot camp, french bulldog, puppy, puppy housebreaking

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The French Bulldog has enjoyed a long history as a companion dog. Created in England to be a miniature Bulldog, he accompanied English lacemakers to France, where he acquired his Frenchie moniker. The first three months for a French Bulldog is the most important time in their life. This is the window of time in a puppy’s life that determines the type of dog they will become as an adult. Puppy boot camp is a great way to make sure your pup is getting all the right messages, from socialization to manners. 

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Boogie at puppy obedience training West Hollywood

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Puppy Obedience Training is designed for pups to learn their core obedience skills.
Programs vary, but common training techniques include teaching a dog to “stay,” “sit” and “come.” In addition to commands, dogs learn the discipline to avoid social and behavioral habits that cause destruction to your home and that may lead to behavioral issues in the future. Puppies learn house manners like not digging holes in the yard and chewing on furniture. A proper effective puppy training experience will also give a pup confidence which is crucial to their development Into a well behaved dog.

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Dog socialization training starts with confidence building, Dog Training

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Dog socialization training is the single most important step you can take to have a well-adjusted canine. Its important to incorporate dog confidence building, structured playgroups, good manners, and obedience commands to lay a foundation for future success. Confidence is one of the most important things your canine needs to be a balanced around other pups. Dog Training helps with confidence by having your best friend complete tasks and get positive reinforcement for it. As they succeed they will begin to feel more confident about themselves.

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Daily dog walks stimulate your dog mentally and physically

Every Day This Old Dog Walks 4 Miles To Town Just To Say Hi To …

Bruno, the wandering dog, has been walking 4 miles almost daily for the past 12 years to Longville, Minnesota, just to say ‘hi’ to the town’s people. Bruno started travelling from his earliest days. The passer-by thought the dog belonged to those who lived there and figured it could get lost. Going on journeys was all Bruno ever wanted. He usually visits the city hall, the library, the ice cream shop, several offices and grocery stores, where workers greet him with meat scraps. Actually, people love Bruno so much, they named him town’s dog and ambassador and even gave him a carved wooden statue!

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Reego practices dog walk and confidence building at good manners training

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Good manners training will help your canine respond appropriately to your cues will make the environment more predictable. This builds confidence to understand what you’re asking of them, and to understand the consequences of their behavior. Always remember to use positive reinforcement-based training with a timid or fearful dog so the consequences are happy ones. Nothing can destroy a dog’s confidence faster than the application of verbal or physical punishment; this will convince them that they are right to think the world is a scary and unpredictable place.Combine positive reinforcement good manners training with structure during the walk to build confidence as well. This is a great opportunity to teach them to walk properly while helping them with anxiety. A fearful dog is looking for leadership and stability; its up to the owner to establish a balanced environment. When your dog feels that you will lead the way if a situation presents itself they will be more relaxed in any situation.

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Life’s A Beach, Off Leash Dog Training Tips

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If you are in the process of teaching your canine and want them off leash, you can check out these Dog Training Tips. Let your new pup gradually earn freedom throughout your home. A common error that many owners make is giving their new canine too much freedom too soon. This can easily lead to accidents relating to housebreaking and destructive chewing. So, close off doors to unoccupied rooms and use baby gates to section off parts of the house, if necessary. Start using the recall command as soon as you get home with your new family member; this will also help them learn their name. Whenever they come to you during recall make it a 10 fold reinforcement, let them know that coming to you is the best thing ever. Being consistent is very important and getting as many family members involved keeps everyone on the same page. If you are telling your dog “come” when he is outside and someone else is saying “here boy,” while someone else is letting him hang out there, how is he ever going to learn what you want? Consistency will be the key to your success.Remember, if your K9 will not even come to you they Most likely will not listen when off leash. These simple Dog Training Tips will give both of you a head start in getting off leash.

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Dogs Love To Sniff,Dog walking,Los Angeles,West Hollywood,Beverly Hills

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Dogs love to sniff, especially during dog walking. Using their nose is often the highlight of their walks, if not dominating their entire day. Their ‘nosiness’, however, can be difficult for owners to comprehend and even, on occasion, be embarrassing. The dog nose truly is a wonderful scent apparatus, even if we don’t quite understand all of its abilities yet. Dogs are born to sniff. The area of the canine brain that is devoted to analysing scent is 40 times greater than that of the human and dogs can identify smells at least 1,000 times better than we can! The dog’s superior sense of smell comes from 220 million olfactory receptors in its nose. Compared to the human’s paltry 5 million, it’s no wonder smell is considered to be the dog’s primary sense. When a dog sniffs, air is taken in and passes through the olfactory epithelium (nasal skin cells). These calls are also found in a special organ that dogs (and cats) possess, called the Jacobsen’s or vomeronasal organ. This organ is thought to be important in the detection of pheromones (body scents), perhaps giving the dog its tremendous ability to identify and recognise animals and people. 

Dogs love to sniff by 

Dr Joanne Righetti

Dogs love to sniff

The perfect focused sit & stay isn’t that easy when taking a pic for blog

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Getting the dogs sit & stay isn’t that easy when trying to get that perfect picture. A focused sit is hard enough, but adding the stay makes it a tricky thing. This is the perfect opportunity to incorporate Core commands into your daily routine. Luckily I mostly take candid photographs for the Silvano’s Creative K9 Concepts blog. I personally feel they make for a better picture and tell the story that much better. I hope everyone finds this entertaining as funny as I did.

Hugo at behavioral training programs evaluation, dog rescue, dog training

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Meet Hugo, he had an behavioral training programs evaluation and session
to determine if he had any behavioral issues. In my opinion Hugo is a sweet loving misunderstood dog that is just trying to find his place in the world. Hugo is up for Adoption and ready to take over your life and become the only thing that matters to the lucky person that gets him. As Hugo would say, “Haters gonna hate”. Contact for more info regarding Hugo at our website creativek9concepts.com