Look… I know dealing with a disobedient dog is frustrating. I’m here today to tell you that you CAN call a dog trainer.
When your lawn is bad, you call the landscaper. When your sink is leaking, you call the plumber. When your fence is broken you call the fence guy, right?
Most of the time, people use dog trainers as a last resort. They try to train the dog themselves, or they just deal with the bad behavior. It isn’t until something truly bad happens or the owner has had enough that my team gets called... and that just isn’t how it should be.
Calling a dog trainer should be proactive, not reactive. See if you are one of the three types of dog owners below.
1. First-time dog owner
Congrats! How cool to finally be a dog owner, right? With an awesome dog comes a lot of responsibility.
Being a first-time dog owner is so cool. You just got this awesome fluffy (maybe not fluffy) dog and you’re enjoying him so far, but there is a lot you don’t know.
A lot of first-time dog and puppy owners struggle with their dog pottying, nipping, jumping and just flat out not listening. Sound familiar? If so, it is totally okay! You don’t know what you don’t know. There is A LOT to learn, am I right?
If you just got your first dog, click here.
2. Puppy Owner
Having a puppy is SO fun, but it comes with A LOT of work! Puppies need to learn how to NOT chew everything inside, potty training, house manners and obedience.
Teaching a puppy is a lot of work and there is a lot to learn. You can definitely do it yourself, but that means reading books, watching videos, asking questions in FB groups and not to mention hours and hours of training.
If you can do all of that, then awesome! But… if you want to shortcut your success a bit and work with a Master Dog Trainer, then click here. Lets get your dog trained and lets get it done quickly!
3. Disobedient Dog Owner
Your dog isn’t a puppy and this isn’t your first time owning a dog (maybe its your first time and your dog is disobedient) but your dog is kind of bad.
He doesn’t come when called. He won’t do any of his commands without a treat. He pulls on the leash. He jumps on everyone and has excessive energy. But he is really sweet and loving, so at least he has that going for him, right?
Look, dog trainers aren’t just for people with dogs that bite kids and other dogs. We’re here to help everyday people with everyday dogs. Dogs like yours.
If your dog is disobedient or you think your dog could just do a bit better, then click here.
Owning a Dog Is Supposed to Be Fun
If owning your dog is more of an inconvenience than fun, it may be time to call a trainer. Dogs are mans best friend, right? My dog is my best friend and the reason I am a dog trainer, and I want you to feel the same way about your dog.
So if you dread going to the vet or having to take your dog out in public, then it may be time to seek help. If so, click here.
Has Your Dog Bitten Someone?
This is normally the last straw and rightfully so. Normally after a bite the dog has a couple of options. They normally get training or they get put to sleep/end up at a shelter.
If your dog hasn’t bitten someone yet but you think it’s possible, get proactive and call a trainer before it is too late. Click here to get a free consult.
With the right training, you can get your dogs aggression fixed.
Call A Trainer
I want every dog to be trained. I want every dog to be happy. I want every dog owner to really love their dog the way I love Mia.
My life mission is to help as many dogs and dog owners as I possibly can! So I urge you to call a trainer. Whether you call One Dog Obedience Training (My Company) or another training company, I want your dog to be trained and you to enjoy life with your dog.
Call a trainer and enjoy life with your dog! If you are interested in a free consultation with a Master Dog Trainer, then click here.
YouTube Video discussing this topic: https://youtu.be/XbKgi2LvA3o