|Adult Dog Training starts
at 4 months and Older.
Adult Dog Training starts at four (4) months and Older. Only at Dogs Listen Up, Dog Training Made Easy will you and your companion receive the right guidance and education that money can buy. At Dogs Listen Up, Dog Training Made Easy, we help dog owners develop a more satisfying relationship with their pets. In the convenience of your home, we will show you how to use our proven techniques in training your dog. For the duration of the dog training program, you and your dog will benefit from receiving intense one-on-one dog training designed specifically for your dog, based on its personality and temperament. The dog training will be fun, fair and firm. We use verbal and hand signals in our dog training. Teaching and training your dog basic odebience commands and implementing them on a daily basis. Be consistent. An obedience trained dog can respond properly to your commands.
Heel - The Heel command teaches your dog to maintain a position close to your left side while walking.
Sit - The Sit command gets immediate control of your dog in any situation.
Automatic Sit - With the Automatic Sit command, your dog will sit every time you stop.
Stay - The Stay command teaches your dog to sit at a spot and stay there, until your dog receives the release command. After the intended time of stay, the stay command is always followed by a release command.
Down - The Down command can calm an active and loud dog. It is also good for regaining control of your dog or stopping your dog when it is exhibiting inappropriate behaviours or habits. If a dog is on a long Stay command, the down position would be more comfortable to the dog.
Come - Teaching your dog to come when called. The Come command is one of the most important commands to teach your dog. This is also known as the recall command. All properly trained dogs must learn to respond to its owners' voice.
No - In dog behaviour training and dog obedience training, the No command is used for correction, and is the most important of all commands. No lets the dog know what the dog is doing is wrong and to stop that action or behaviour. Your dog must learn to respond to a sharp NO promptly and obediently.
Okay - The Okay command gives permission to your dog. This command also, releases your dog from a Stay position.