Obedience Phase

We had participants who were at different levels of achievement in their training progress with their dogs. So we attended to the needs of simplest first such as recall, food aggression, nervous reactions and other problems along that line. Gradually we moved on to command based obedience training. Since we had trained dogs as well to showcase, we demonstrated what is expected of a particular obedience command step by step. After that the participants were required to emulate the steps shown earlier together with critical guidance provided side by side. This was the way we could ensure that the owners and handlers learn on the spot. This is what I call “Learning By Doing”

Seminar Obedience

All participants went through the training twice a day for the two consecutive days. It was very rewarding to see how well the owners and handlers have improved in such a short span of time despite their background and level of experience prior to the seminar.