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Selecting The Perfect Trainer For Your Dog

By Edited Aug 31, 2015 0 0

It is a challenge for an owner of a dog to find the right trainer. When you get a dog in the house, you are not just getting an animal, you age getting a child who is going to be with you for a long time. This is the main reason you need to make sure that the trainer for you pup should be a person with whom your dog can be very comfortable with. You should be able to trust the person with your pup knowing that along with learning something new, it is well cared for at the time when he or she is not with you.

The classes that your pup would undertake should not be educational but it should also be fun. Dogs have a very short attention span, however they love to play, it is important that your trainer mixes the fun element while training your pup. This will help your dog to go ahead and understand the commands better and look forward for that play time.

Understand what you actually want from your trainer

If you have a pup who is a free spirit, you need to be sure that that along with training your pup, the trainer needs to have the right knowledge on how things should be done. A certified trainer knows what is needed from him and at the same time has the capability to understand your pup. It is even better if you have a trainer who is certified from a kennel club or any such organization that focuses on dog training.

You should be very careful as there are many sites that offer dog training courses with a small fee. At the end of the course, the person gets certified as a dog trainer however the problem here is the person will not have a practical knowledge on training dogs. When you meet the trainer for the first time, you should ask him about his qualifications as a dog trainer and how it was obtained.

It is also very important to understand how many years the person has practiced dog training professionally. This helps you to know how experienced the person is and how well he or she will train your dog. It also reflects the passion that the person shares for dogs or any animal as a matter of fact.

A licensed trainer is a feather on the hat. You need to check to see if he works as an individual or for a business that provides dog training facility. Before hiring the trainer, you can always do a background check of the person to ensure that your pup is in safe hands and that he or she will be trained with a lot of passion, love and care. Dogs cannot speak, however they can express a lot. Being able to understand your pup and his or her needs can help you make the right choice in the selection process of a trainer. This is the least you can do as a master for you long term companion.

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