Dog Training and Dog Trainers Ohio Michigan
Our dog training focuses on the dog-human relationship over obedience, developing a strong bond of love and respect through mutual understanding between you and your dog.

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(419) 388-3752

Dog Behavior Counseling. Dog Behavior Counseling goes far beyond just dog training. While obedience training focuses on teaching the dog new commands, Dog Behavior Counseling focuses on...Read More.

Puppy Training. Puppy Counseling will show you how to start your new puppy on the right foot. The goal of this program is to...Read More.

Basic Dog Obedience. Besides professional dog training instruction, all of our dog obedience programs incorporate the same principles seen in our Dog Behavior Counseling. This partnership of dog psychology and positive training techniques offers the most effective dog training program available today...Read More.

Board and Train. Quality dog training delivered in a timely manner. Fewer frustrations. Time saving. Board and Train dog training programs are simply the easiest and quickest way to...Read More.

Personal Protection Training. On RARE occasion I will accept clients dogs for personal protection training. However, most dogs do not have the proper temperament and disposition to be effective protectors. That is why I offer green and trained dogs for personal protection. My protection candidates are hand selected by experienced police k9 instructors or fellow trainers who specialize in importing or breeding these truly unique dogs for service work...Read More.

 

Basic Dog Obedience Training

Name Training This sounds simple, but many dogs are not properly conditioned to their own name. Name training is best described as an attention getting exercise that teaches a dog to look directly at us upon hearing their name.

Leash Manners This is not precision heeling, that comes later. Leash manners educates you in proper leash handling skills and teaches the dog to walk calmly at your side with no leash pulling, jumping, running in circles around you, or other improper behavior. Many concepts from our Dog Behavior Counseling are introduced at this point in training to help address any other behavioral problems that may exist.

Sit & Sit Stay Dogs are trained to sit upon the first command. Your dog is also conditioned to maintain a sit stay until released or given an additional command.

Down & Down Stay Dogs are trained to down upon the first command. Your dog is also conditioned to maintain a down stay until released or given an additional command.

Come Dogs are to return to the handler and sit squarely in front of him/her upon the first command. Your dog is to maintain the sit until released or given an additional command.

Heel Dogs are to heel at the handlers left side in a precise manner adjusting to the handler's speed and direction without command. Your dog is also to perform an automatic sit on a stop.

Place Dogs are trained to go to a specific spot such as a crate or mat and remain there until released. Many people ask how this is different from a down stay. A down stay requires a specific body posture that must be maintained while a place command allows the dog more freedom to stretch, scratch, etc. A dog may place for several hours and it would not be fair to expect a formal down position to be held the whole time. A dog can relax in the place command. This command works great to keep your dog from under foot when at home or out with the family. You always know where your dog is!

Release When your dog has completed an exercise and nothing else is expected of them, a release command such as free is given and they can do as they will, providing it is not improper behavior.

Leave It Dogs are always getting into things we wished they would not. When commanded leave it your dog should immediately leave alone whatever had their interest, whether it is a ball, rabbit, trash, or your evening dinner.

 

Trick Dog Training

Roll Over
Wave
Shake
High Five

Crawl
Speak
Spin
Play Dead/Bang

Take A Bow
Sit Pretty
Stands Up
Food Refusal


Sit and wave at guests when they knock/ring and enter the front door

Go to a mat or bed and place until released when guest knock/ring and enter the front door.

Retrieve the phone when it rings.

Retrieve a tissue when you sneeze.

Find your lost keys through scent.

Retrieve a cold beverage from the refrigerator.

Turn light switches on and off.

Many more tricks available!

*Tricks are limited only to your imagination. We can train your dog to do anything within reason and condition those tricks to any stimulus. Contact K9CC today to discuss your situation and goals. Lets get creative