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leash articulation

Where It All Begins

• To Properly articulate in an effective manner Through The Leash

• The focus is not to be Alpha or Dominate but to properly establish a mutual respect

Until we truly understand how to communicate what it is we want from our dogs we can’t be competent leaders.

Yes, it’s convenient to ask our pups to sit or stay when we need them to.  But ultimately, we train for the wellness and welfare of our dogs.  To do so, we must be able to communicate to our dogs what we expect, and the boundaries we have set for them.  By establishing a line of communication and a mutual trust that is understood by both dog and human alike, we are able to maneuver through any situation with our companion.  A bond develops between dog and dog owner through proper training, a bond that can’t be broken.

Basic obedience training will give you the comfort of knowing that whether on or off leash your pup will respond to your commands the first time they’re asked, regardless of the distractions that may be around.    We can’t have full confidence in our dogs until we can trust them off-leash.

Just as it’s important that your Canine Companion learns the five basic commands Sit, Stay, Down, Heel, and Come, It’s just as important that you learn:

How to effectively communicate your expectations to your pup.

How to effectively communicate your expectations to your pup.

Proper timing and delivery of praise and rewards.

Proper timing and delivery of praise and rewards.

How to communicate through verbal and physical cues, proximity movements, and body language

How to communicate through verbal and physical cues, proximity movements, and body language

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