Welcome to our first blog post of 2015!
Hopefully this will be one of many posts this year to help all dog owners understand, work and live with their dogs in a constructive and positive manner. We plan to look at a number of subjects over the year, looking at each one in some depth. Yes they are all subjects you have probably heard about……but do you really know the details and why certain dogs behave in certain ways?
Is it the dog or is it what you the owner has done or how you have acted that has caused a certain behavior to occur?
Perhaps you have been wonderfully open and brought a rescue dog into your household? In this case, sometimes detective work is required to understand how your dog behaves in certain circumstances.
Either way, we hope to enlighten you in a number of subject areas that you will find interesting and that will entice you into perhaps entering into new or further education with your dog. No we are not talking about college here, but spending more training time with your dog, perhaps even on a daily basis. 10 minutes a day really can make all the difference to help you and your dog bond and understand each other more clearly. It also helps you both get out of those bad habits that we all have!
Our first subject for the year will take a look at how dogs develop over time. It should help you understand why dogs behave in certain ways at certain ages, rather like children and advise on the best way to deal with these behaviors. These methods have not been tested on children….so please only use them on your dogs!
We will be posting on this blog, Facebook ad Twitter, so please like and follow us to get the most from this series of posts. And yes if you have any questions, please ask away!Email: email@example.com – firstname.lastname@example.org or Facebook : Canine Advanced Training Services Plus, if you have specific subject you would like us to talk about later in the year, we are open to suggestions.
We look forward to hearing from you and wish everyone and their four legged friends a brilliant and well behaved 2015.