City Living Dog Services

Bringing people and their canine family members together through CONFIDENCE, PATIENCE and CONSISTENCY.

Teaching Q the puppy dog; Heel, leash training, obedience. Add Video

Coach Mike is teaching Quantum 3 different way to heel:

1) with treats

2) stop and go method

3) using environment/surrounding to keep him heeling

Important things the dog is learning besides the task is focusing on the handler, ignoring distractions, positive reinforcement, teaching patience, creating a bond.

As always, CONFIDENCE. PATIENCE. CONSISTENCY. Common sense practical training tactics, training tips and tricks, more video, pictures and information on CityLivingDog.webs.com and Facebook.com/CityLivingDog.

All breeds welcome!

Currently located in Greater Boston area Eliminating confusion, while opening the lines of communication between the family members and their dogs, is what he does. He is the crucial link, because he understands dog behavior and human behavior. The most important part of his training is that it is REAL WORLD. On the street, in your home, in your car, in your neighborhood, at your vet, etc. He tailors each training plan individually, while changing two important aspects of human and canine relationships: expectations and associations. He uses a variety of tools (most of which fit into a backpack), tasks and approaches to acquire desired results. He wants YOU and YOUR family to be able to control your dog in all situations and circumstances.

The formula, motto and golden rule is always "Confidence. Patience. Consistency." Coach Mike is available for behavior modification, training, helping you pick out a dog or puppy for your family, and other canine related advice. www.CityLivingDog.webs.com Facebook.com/CityLivingDog www.YouTube.com/CityLivingDog


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Posted by Mike on March 6, 2014 at 7:49 PM 399 Views

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