Greene, RI 02827
Phone1: 401 397 7875
Phone2: 401 744 1115
Phone3: 786 302 3203
RI Dog Trainers
Puppy classes and aggressive dog training in
- The Well-trained Dog
- The well-trained dog is a happy dog. Well-trained dogs get to go more places. The dog that knows how to behave in various situations or to look to you for guidance in unfamiliar situations is able to do more things and have more freedom. Things like …
- A well-trained dog behaves in ways that enhance your connection and relationship. A well-trained dog greets you and your guests respectfully with a wagging tail, and all …
- Our Training Philosophy
- Our philosophy and methods teach you to establish a trusting, loving, and respectful relationship through proper and consistent bonding procedures that psychologically influence the dog to see you as …
- Motivation & Correction
- Once the dog has accepted your leadership and begun to exhibit respectful calm submission, he is taught correct behaviors and to follow commands thru consistent motivation such as …
Clear and Effective Leadership
Clear and effective leadership is the best way to control a dog's behavior. For a dog, leadership is not a "grey" area. However, many dog owners (and trainers) are unclear in their role as the dog's leader. By sending mixed signals through their interactions with the dog, they often inadvertently shift back and forth from leader to subordinate in the dog's mind. This creates stress for the dog.
If you are not leading, the dog will simply take the position of leadership because in every group someone must lead. When the dog takes the lead, you'll see such behaviors as pulling on the leash, being aggressive towards friends and passers-by, dog aggression, jumping on you and other people, etc.
It's all about the relationship. When you learn to lead, you can correct or even prevent unwanted behaviors and have your dog behave politely at home and in public. You can easily teach your dog new, acceptable behaviors. You can relax because you know that your dog will mind and obey you. Your dog can relax because he'll know he can trust your leadership. Dogs recognize leadership, trust it, and respond to it immediately. Positive, humane and effective dog training is immediately evident. With clear leadership, you won't need to always have a bag of treats or a "clicker" handy, and you won't need 6 or 12 weeks to teach your dog to "sit," "stay," or come to you on command.
Your dog will happily obey you because who you are to your dog is everything.