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Wednesday, April 19, 2017
What do we mean by this? It sounds cryptic, but it is truly meaningful in achieving a desired result with your 4-legged child. You see, most dog trainers (and amateurs) believe that obedience (sit, stay, etc.) is a means unto itself. The very best, know that obedience is a means TO AN END.
Think of it as a “lifetime achievement award”. Did you know that there are 21 common problems applicable to the vast majority of dogs regardless of the breed? If someone recommends that they train your dog outside of the home it has virtually no effect on what will happen INSIDE of the home.
It is so important to start off on the right four feet! Just remember that obedience is a means to an end. Now it is time to bring the right person into your home to shape your dog’s personality. That person is Las Vegas humane dog trainer Dennis Danskin. Call him as soon as possible to arrange a visit at (702) 327-4744.
Friday, April 7, 2017
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Tuesday, April 4, 2017
Have you ever heard the expression “it’s not what you say, but how you say it”? In our politically-correct world we may have lost track of that, but when it pertains to that 4-legged best friend of yours it is ALWAYS the truth. Your dog is not an English major, so the tone and inflection of your voice is what will elicit the desired response.
Here are a few tips for using the right tone of voice with your dog –
1. Use an enthusiastic somewhat high-pitched voice.2. Verbal corrections may require a lower-pitch or sharper tone.
3. Use a quiet, softer voice when giving affection.
4. They won’t pay attention to a monotonous voice any more than humans do.
Is your new best friend a rescue that is new to your household? If so, you have no idea what they may have learned from humans in the past. The sensible thing to do is call Las Vegas humane dog behaviorist Dennis Danskin. Please invite him into your home so that the next decade or so will leave a wonderful memory of you and your pet. Call Dennis at (702) 327-4744.