Training Great Dogs Celebrating
There is plenty of good information available on training great dogs. However, I have found that it can be hard for some folks to just pick up a book and apply what is written to real world situations. I think the biggest challenge is that every situation is different. Every dog is different and what might work for some dogs won’t work for every dog. There are a lot of nuances in dog training it takes time be good at it. However, the rewards are many when it comes to training great dogs.
There is a lot involved in picking and then raising a happy, obedient, confident and social dog.
Hopefully my posts will help you in raising,
training, and the general care your four legged friends.
You can see from some of the pictures that I am a hunter. I have no apologies for that, it is very much a part of our lifestyle here in Montana. It is an absolute joy watching a dog do what it was truly bread for. Therefore, A portion of my posts will have to do with field work. However, every dog starts as a puppy and regardless of whether they are going to be raised for the field or for the home, it all starts the same way.
A dog that is well socialized is confident and happy and a dog that listens is important no matter what they do.
Whether you hunt, or train agility dogs, compete in obedience trials or just want a great house dog, the majority of the information that I share will be relevant to you.
When I was traveling doing dog demonstrations one of my main demonstrations that I did was titled “If you want a better dog then build a better puppy