Dog Obedience Training

Canine Commander dog obedience training includes; Basic Commands, Environmental Socialization, Leadership Skills, Virtual and Private Lessons. 

Professional Dog Obedience Training

Canine Commander dog obedience training is designed to quickly get you communicating effectively with your dog so they can become part of your family. This training provides a foundation for many years of enjoyment together. Canine Commanders mission is to help you achieve the highest goals for you and your dog. We offer training for Basic Commands, Environmental Socialization, Leadership Skills, Virtual and Private Lessons. 

Some of the basic dog obedience commands we teach are; come, sit, down, stay, heel and go to place. Our advanced obedience training is off-lead training which will allows a greater level of control in any environment.

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Environmental Socialization Skill Training

dog obedience trainingCanine Commander teaches environmental socialization skills for the dog and owner. This training provides the skills you and your dog needs to enjoy public places like; stores, restaurants, hotels, green spaces and shopping malls. With environmental socialization, your dog will have the socialization skills to behave while in public. Environmental socialization includes; socialization and behavior skills in public settings, car travel, public transportation, distractions in public (loud noises, pedestrians, food, and other animals), proper manners when greeting others, appropriate behavior at restaurants and public buildings.

Learn Basic Commands For Your Dog

obedience training graduateCanine Commander teaches basic dog obedience commands including; COME: The “come” command which is the most important basic command. This is also referred to as the “recall” or “here”. SIT: The “sit” command instructs your dog to assume a sitting position. DOWN: A “down” command should result with your dog laying down with its paws on the floor. STAY: The “stay” command keeps your dog in its current position (“heel”, “sit”, “down”, “stand”) until the handler releases it. HEEL: The command “heel” brings your dog to walk next to the handler’s left leg. GO TO PLACE: A “go to” or “go to place” command moves your dog to a specific location. Contact Canine Commander today.

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Canine Commander Long Island Dog Training

Providing Long Island dog owners with professional dog training and board and train services. Serving Nassau County, Suffolk County and New York City from our Bethpage, New York location.

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