Dog Training Can Help Correct or Prevent Bad Behaviors

Dogs don’t really act out in the way that children do. While it may seem as though your dog has a bad attitude or that they are trying to frustrate you, in reality, they are just confused or unsure about how to deal with something. Acting out, or engaging in bad behavior, is their way of trying to deal with stress, or it is an attempt to make you aware of a problem.

By training your dog, you are giving them confidence and showing them that you are paying attention to them. When a dog understands that a new situation is not necessarily a bad thing, or that you are not ignoring them, they will be more likely to listen to you and less likely to act out.

When you start dog training when your dog is still a puppy, you are setting them up for a life where they don’t have to worry about getting yelled at for everything, and they won’t worry that every time you leave the house that you aren’t abandoning them. We mentioned how important it is to have a happy dog in an earlier section and we are going to repeat it here because it really is that important: a well-trained dog is a happy dog, and a happy dog is a safe dog.

If you have had problems with your dog that you can’t seem to correct, call us. We have years of experience helping puppies and dogs. Our training programs will allow your dog to become a healthy and happy member of your family. We believe that any dog, with enough attention and training, can overcome less-than-desirable behaviors.

Do not give up on your dog — they would never give up on you!

Do you want to learn more about dog training in the Dallas/Fort Worth area? Call 360 K9 Training today. We have helped many dogs learn how to be better companions through obedience training, and we would like to help your dog, too! From basic training to rehabilitation for dogs with moderate to severe behavioral issues, we are ready to get started.

Our dog training courses include:

  • Simple commands:
    • Sit
    • Down
    • Recall
    • Heel
  • Leash manners
    • Loose leash/off leash
  • Sit-stay
  • Down-stay
  • Place
  • Free recall
  • Mild distractions

For dogs who need rehabilitation, or who have acute behavioral problems, we offer training based on their unique situation. Contact us now to start the process.