Dog Training Fall Group Classes Strengthen Your Owner, Doggie Bond

The assertive steps one needs to take to show their pet who is boss can seemingly create a disconnect at first.  And what first-time dog owner wants to distance themselves from their new best friend? This train of thought, however, only leads one down the path to bad behavior. Dog Training Fall Group Classes can help.  A dog’s natural pack mentality requires the presence of an alpha for them to follow. If the owner does not establish themselves as such, the dog itself will attempt to fill the alpha role, leaving a confused, frustrated owner with a badly behaved dog who thinks they run the household.

Dog Training Fall Group Classes Strengthen Doggie Bond

Therefore the best way to avoid bad behavior and show your pooch who is in charge is to take obedience classes together, and in turn strengthen the trust and loyalty your dog feels toward you. With a correctly and clearly established alfa, your dog will be able to enjoy a structured household and be happy to fulfill the demands of its owner.

So sign up for Canine Commander’s Dog Training Fall Group Classes to best learn how to communicate with your dog effectively and efficiently.  Socialize your pet with other dogs and owners through best practices as taught by our dog training professionals.  Here is some information to get you started:

Classes are held at 62 Farmer’s Avenue, Bethpage, NY 11714

Call 516-503-5527 to reserve a spot.

One session starts Saturday, September 12th and runs through October 10th at 7 pm. The next session starts Tuesday, September 15th and runs to October 13th. Each session is five classes for $150.

For all the new puppy owners, sign up for Puppy Kindergarten to work on basic obedience and care. This session starts 10:15 AM Saturday, September 12th and runs to October 3rd. That is four classes for $120.

So hurry on over to Canine Commander to strengthen that bond between you and your best friend! For more information on our Dog Training Fall Group Classes, contact Canine Commander today.