Step-by-Step guide to Off Leash Your Dog

Does Your New Puppy Have Any of the Following Naughty Behavior Issues?

​​☐ Doesn’t respond when off leash?
☐ Run off and doesn’t come back?
☐ Jumps up at visitors?
☐ Cries whenever you leave him?
☐ Is destructive?
☐ Isn’t potty trained?

If So You’re Not Alone…

There is no way to guarantee the safety of your dog off leash. I would like to think that if we trained hard enough, or long enough, or with the right methods, that we could overcome all of the risks, that our dogs really could be completely reliable and safe. But the fact is that when dogs are off leash in an unsecured area, there will always be a chance that their instincts or desires will lead them into the path of danger. In addition, our environment is often unpredictable. When dogs are off leash, there is the chance of a sudden bang, an unexpected animal, or something else that may frighten or harm our dogs.

So why train for off-leash skills? Why not keep our animals on leash or in a safely secured area at all times? As hard as we may try to contain our dogs, the day may come when a gate is left open and our dogs are off leash unexpectedly. And, besides, dogs love to run, romp, and explore. Time spent off leash gives our dogs physical and mental exercise, keeping them healthy and happy. While 100 percent reliability may not be possible, the risks associated with a dog being off leash will be greatly minimized through a combination of training and management.

 

Course Outcome

    • Toilet Training
    • Breed Understanding
    • Puppy Essentials
    • Puppy Health

 

Course Syllabus

    • Toilet Training
    • Breed Understanding
    • Puppy Essentials
    • Puppy Health

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Home 1-1

$850

5 sessions / 1 hour

Toilet Training
Grooming
Nails cutting
Ear Cleaning

Board and Train

$$1980

1 Month

Toilet Training
Grooming
Nails cutting
Ear Cleaning

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