Explore The Option of Dog Boot Camp

Dogs do not know what is expected of them when they come into a new home and will pick up on cues from their environment. Sometimes the cues they pick up are confusing or they do not interpret them correctly. Some dogs may simply be too high strung and excitable to pay attention to cues and find their place within your household. When you bring home a dog that has been rescued from an abusive or neglectful environment, then they may struggle to adjust to the safety of your home. It is difficult to think about sending your dog to a boot camp, but there are three signs that they desperately need you to take that step.

You have tried to control your dog, but they are too excitable or irritable to follow directions. It may not be safe to take your dog around other people or other animals because you cannot control their behavior. Your dog is showing signs of aggression toward other animals, children, or visitors in your home. You do not want to get rid of your dog, yet you know that their aggressive nature must be resolved before they hurt someone. You want a well-trained dog but do not know how to train.

You may also not have the time that it takes to train dog well. If your dog fits into any of these situations right now, the best thing you can do for them is explore the option of dog boot camp at K-9Companions.com.

Category: Dog Training
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