Why It Is Important That I Train My Dog
I know that there are the dog owners that don't have the time to train their dog or just don't want to train their dog. As we can all attest, there is so little time in this world and finding the time to train our dog just might not be there.
Let me answer this question by coming at it from another angle. First, the reason that I got Wolfie was to have the relationship of unending love and complete trust. I want Wolfie to know what is right and wrong and I want him to respect me as his ultimate provider.
To accomplish this, Wolfie and I need a great deal of face time. As he does something wrong, I need to clearly let him know that his action was inappropriate. I also need to bond with him by engaging in safe and stimulating play activities. I must never "trick him" into doing something that might scare or hurt himself.
I must provide stimulating activities that will teach him actions I need him to perform. I need him to "come" when he needs to be by my side. I need him to "sit" when I need him calm and respectful. I need him to "stay" so that he will be safe when I need to answer the door or to allow an activity to occur without his involvement.
I need Wolfie to understand that whatever I ask him to do or wherever I take him, he will be safe. If a situation arises where he might feel his safety in question, he will look towards me to resolve the situation.
If I can accomplish these things, I will have a great dog. I will have built the bond, trust, and respect that is needed for our relationship. The only way that this will occur is if I am Wolfie's teacher. I must be the one in charge. I must be the one that is always guiding and showing Wolfie the proper direction.
Sending Wolfie off to a Canine Boot Camp with someone else doing the training just doesn't accomplish what needs to be done. The relationship between Wolfie and me is my responsibility. Wolfie and I will have a great relationship because of the time that Wolfie and I have invested. For more information, please contact us at The Best Dog Trainers in South Florida.