Obedience Program

Eddie with whistle

Your dog will learn basic obedience: Sit, Here, and Heel. Your dog will also be conditioned to an Electronic Training Collar. Basic Obedience will take 60 days depending on the progress of your dog.

                    $750 a month

What Is Dog Training For Obedience Purposes?

I, like most of us dog owners, believe that dog training for obedience is an essential ingredient in any healthy human-dog relationship. But what exactly is obedience training, and why is it so important for you and your dog?

  1. Builds or strengthens a healthy and appropriate relationship between you and your dog.

  2. Opens up a clear line of communication between you and your dog. This includes you knowing what to expect of your dog in all circumstances, and your dog understanding and respecting what is expected of him/her.

  3. Dog Training for Obedience lays down a set of rules or boundaries which educates your dog to become a responsible member of society. Including how to relate to other dogs, animals and people, basic manners and how to behave in any situation.

  4. Establishes the groundwork which assists in preventing the development of unacceptable problem behavior - such as jumping up, barking, chewing, digging etc.

The Benefits Of Dog Training For Obedience

Dog training for obedience is the very best thing you can do for the relationship you enjoy with your dog, this is why:


  • Basic obedience training makes life simple to your dog and eliminates confusion. Your dog will know his place in the world and understand right from wrong. Dogs really appreciate this black and white view of the world.

  • Fun and rewarding for both you and your dog.

  • You'll have a happy, relaxed and confident dog who you can take anywhere and will be a pleasure to be around. Greater freedom can also be extended to your dog, as he'll be more trustworthy when obedience trained.

  • An obedience trained puppy or dog is a much safer dog. If your dog dashes out the front door you will still have voice control over him. You will be able to call on one of your obedience training commands like "come" "down" or "sit". This is very reassuring for any dog lover.

  • You gain trust and mutual respect with your dog. He understands what is expected of him and knows that you will always be fair and consistent with this.

  • When your dog is trained in obedience he will be fine around friends and kids under supervision.

  • Fulfills some crucial needs in your dog's life including exercise, mental stimulation, spending time with you and providing your dog with a "job".

  • Dog training for obedience greatly reduces the risk of being locked in a dominance struggle with your dog. You'll be his strong and always fair leader, who he'll respect and look to for guidance.

  • Obedience training is a step by step process which you build upon over time. It creates a foundation for your dog to learn additional skills and training commands. Throughout this process your dog will be gaining confidence along the way.