If you have recently brought a dog into your family home, or you are considering getting a dog, it is easy to think that everything will be smooth and simple from day one. There is a real danger however that your new dog won’t settle quickly if you do not have a strict plan of action in place to train it. You really do need to be ready to train from the moment a new dog enters your home, ensuring that you train it in all aspects of life, from listening to your instructions when out in public and around other people, to going out the back garden to go to toilet, to keeping your dog safe from harm in a wide range of situations. One way to ensure that your dog is trained fully and efficiently is to put them through an intensive dog-training programme. Residential dog-training programmes provide intensive training sessions that will help even veteran dog owners to take control.
You want your new dog to be fully up to speed and trained as quickly as possible. Behavioural problems can present themselves in many different breeds of dog, so ensure that you are receiving the right type of residential dog training to suit your specific dog and situation.
With residential dog training your dog will live and train over a period of weeks in a residential dog training facility. Here, they will learn to live and take instruction in a real-world environment, and by the end of the intensive training course will be fully ready to come back home and behave well around you, around your family and friends, and around strangers when out for a walk. Residential dog training provides fast and efficient dog training, in an intensive manner, so that you can have peace of mind that your dog will listen to you from very early on in its life, and not have to wait months to get your new dog completely under control.
It could be that you have a brand new puppy that you wish to train as soon as possible, or you may have taken in an older dog that has displayed behavioural problems that require immediate addressing and resolution. For other people it may be a case that they have attempted to train a new dog at home and after a few weeks and months it just isn’t sticking. This could manifest in any number of ways, from not responding to general instruction, to causing havoc in the house or when out and about with the dog on a lead.
Intensive dog training programmes in the form of residential dog training helps to implement a ritual and habit of routine and order to your dogs’ life. It is important to find a residential dog-training programme that fits your needs and can take on board any breed of dog and help to correct any manner of behavioural problems, as well as help to instil a sense of order and good manners in any situation.