Dog training is the application of behavior analysis which uses the environmental events of antecedents and consequences to modify the dog behavior, either for it to assist in specific activities or undertake particular tasks, or for it to participate effectively in contemporary domestic life

Agility :

Dog agility is a dog sport in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course in a race for both time and accuracy. Dogs run off leash with no food or toys as incentives, and the handler can touch neither dog nor obstacles.

The athletic challenge keeps a dog fit, helps prevent obesity, increases endurance, and strengthens bones and joints. Plus, an agility course exercises a dog’s mind, giving her opportunities to lea

rn and solve problems. Agility training will also help you keep in shape!

It’s a form of dog competition, where the dog’s fitness and the handler’s ability to train and direct the dog over and through certain obstacles are tested.

It is fast, furious and a firm favourite with competitors and spectators alike. Your dog does not have to be a pedigree dog to take part, but it must be registered with The Kennel Club on either the Breed Register or the |Activity Register

If you decide that agility is a suitable activity for you and your dog, your next step is to receive some expert training. Whichever competition you choose, your dog will be a happier pet for being trained



Ring Craft Classes:

Getting your dog to perform in the show ring is a lot harder than it looks. It takes many hours of dedicated practice to build the skills and rapport that are necessary to do well in a competition. We will show you how to improve your handling skills You have to learn how to present your dog in the best way possible. You will both enjoy It will also be an important part of socialising your dog and getting it used to interacting with different people and other dogs. It will learn how to behave in the show ring and make it confident in accepting examination by a judge.

At any show, the judge is responsible for comparing each dog to find the healthiest one who is nearest to the breed standard. They must ensure that the dogs are “Fit for Function”.

Essentially the breed standard is a picture in words of how a breed should look and behave.  A judge will therefore not only assess how you handle and present your dog, but its temperament as well. It must conform to breed standards to do well at competition.


Obedience Classes:

An obedience school is an institution that trains  dogs how to behave properly.  Most training classes focuses on making dogs listen through basic commands such as sit, stay, lie down, etc.Make sure the training is done in a calm space that is free of distractions. Use positive reinforcement–praise, treat or fav toy use keep it interesting for your pooch . Show your pup what you want them to do, don’t physically force them to do it. Be calm and consistent. Keep training sessions short 5-10 min. Record your progress – video or diary.  Be patient.   Have fun and enjoy yourself – if either of you aren’t, pick it up another day.


Nose work work:

What are the benefits of dog nose work? Benefits for the dog include physical activity, mental stimulation and confidence building. … Nosework is an activity that allows your dog to use their natural desire to hunt. It harnesses a dog’s unique ability to detect scent and determine the source. In training, dogs learn to find one of three scents just about anywhere you can hide it.

Nosework classes (and trials) are set up so reactive dogs can still play! That’s fantastic for my older dog. Dogs remain in their vehicles until it’s their turn to hunt for odor. This is when Shermie is happiest and “under threshold.” It’s most important that he’s not at all stressed, and knows he’s going to play his favorite hunting game.





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