Lots of dogs have no manners, and their owners are at a loss as to how to teach them manners. So these hapless folks frequently end up hollaring at poor dogs or smacking on the butt with an open palm or a newspaper. Even worse, when they don’t shape up, he’s banished to the backyard to live his days in solitude, or he’s taken to the pound because “”we just can’t deal with them anymore.””
Obedience training would have prevented many of these problems and can help solve the bad behaviors that exist. Many people think that obedience training is something that is done to a dog to make it perform some artificial activity on command. But if we turn the words around, we’ll be closer to a real definition: Obedience training is to train dogs to be obedient, to obey anything and everything they’re told to do. It covers a wide range of lessons a dog can learn, including tricks, family manners, show ring exercises, and skills demonstrations. Sniffing dogs, service dogs for handicapped owners, search and rescue dogs, sled and carting dogs, hunting dogs — all carry their obedience training to the highest degree. They have been trained to obey an unusual set of commands that increase their value as helpers to man.
Training would be a cinch if dogs spoke the same language that people speak. But, alas, ’tis not so. Dogs have their own attitudes, voice and body language, and mindset. They can be stubborn, dominant, submissive, or fearful, characteristics that can make them difficult to train.
In Mount Everest Kennel Club
Trainers will be send to your destination for teaching basic commands which is especially difficult in bigger dogs. The rate and time will be decided by MEK Club and to register for the basic obedience service you need to pay 50% in advance. You just need to contact us for basic obedience training for your dog. But it is very essential for you to book it a month earlier. (1 month pre-notice)