Canine Command offers training services for dogs of all ages, at your home and at your convenience including:
Problem Solving/Behavior Modification-
Lack of focus, poor recall, inappropriate barking, jumping, nipping/mouthing, dog on dog and dog on human fear/reactivity/aggression, housetraining issues, calm leash walking, separation anxiety, resource guarding, door darting , inadequate socialization, inappropriate chewing, unruly behavior, digging, stealing food, thunder/sound phobias, etc.
Training Focus And Commands-
Both basic and advanced, including watch, come, sit, stay, stand, calm, down, off, quiet, down, calm leash walking as well as additional commands leave it/take it, fetch it/drop it, find it etc. You will also receive detailed training materials providing in-depth discussion of the above topics.
Training Good Manners-
Inside and outside the house, at work and other social settings e.g. parks, restaurants, workplace etc. Canine Good Citizen preparation. We also provide good manners training for dog to dog and dog to human social interactions inside and outside the home including new baby/ dog introductions
About shelter versus breeder dogs, breed characteristics, canine communication, learning theory, positive reinforcement, correcting unwanted behaviors, nutrition, training equipment, leadership etc. Also matching clients with the correct breed based on lifestyle and activity level.
Providing State of the Art Training Materials-
Reinforces everything taught!
Canine Good Citizenship Test-
Canine Command can prepare your dog to take and pass the AKC Canine Good Citizen test. Dog owners choose Canine Good Citizen training as the initial step in advanced training for their dogs. The Canine Good Citizen Program lays the foundation for other AKC activities such as obedience, agility, tracking, and performance events. as well as performing as a service dog. The Canine Good Citizen test is also the first step required to involve your dog in community work such as hospice, hospital visits, tracking, search and rescue etc. The test also has practical ramifications since it can help protect you from liability claims and also lower your homeowners insurance premiums.
Dogs do not have to be registered with the AKC to earn a CGC. Both purebred and mixed heritage dogs are eligible for testing. The above mentioned canine "life skills" form the behavioral basis for all dogs to move on to advanced training.
Whichever level of training you desire, Canine Command stands ready to assist you in every way possible in helping your pet become a well behaved member of the household.