My Training Philosophy
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The importance of Basic Obedience
At A Wolf's Way, we emphasize the importance of teaching basic obedience to your furry friend as the core of everything we do. Basic obedience not only helps create a well-behaved dog, but it also strengthens the bond between you and your pet. In all first sessions will work with your dog to teach them the basic commands such as sit, down, come, and heel.
We also focus on teaching your dog impulse control, which will help them make good decisions in various situations. We believe in positive reinforcement-based training, which means we use treats and praise to reward good behavior. This approach creates a positive learning environment for your dog and makes the training process more enjoyable for both you and your furry friend.
Our goal is to teach your dog the foundational skills that will set them up for success in the future. With consistent practice and reinforcement, your dog will be well on their way to becoming a well-behaved and obedient companion.
Foundations of Body Handling
Within our programs, we prioritize teaching all dogs how to be comfortable with body handling. This includes getting them used to being touched and handled in different areas of their body like paws, ears, and tails. We believe that this is an essential skill for dogs to learn, not only for their safety as they age but also for their overall well-being.
A dog that is comfortable with body handling is less likely to be anxious or fearful in new situations. During our sessions, we use positive reinforcement techniques to help your pups learn to enjoy being handled. We also provide guidance on how to continue this training at home, so that your dogs can practice and reinforce these skills every day.
In addition to preparing your dog for grooming and vet visits, this training can also help your dog interact more comfortably with kids and other adults. We want your dog to be a confident and well-adjusted member of your family, and body-handling training is an important step in achieving this goal.