MY NO#1 RECOMMENDED DOG TRAINING
Working around distractions is a huge part of proofing skills you have taught your dog.
*Not* training around distractions is often where behaviors fall apart in the long run.
It’s important to be thoughtful about distractions. For example, we like pet-friendly but not pet-related businesses because it helps us work around a lot of distractions without the likelihood of seeing a bunch of other dogs – since other dogs are often a dog’s *hardest* distraction.
In a space like this we will see people, machinery, sounds, lights, objects, new smells, etc — so many distractions!
We are sure to bring super high value treats and remember all our mechanics that we work on at home. We frequently capture desirable behavior and use known cues our dog is well-practiced at. We pay close attention to our dog’s body language and make sure they do not show signs of stress.
Remember to be safe and use good judgment if you choose to train out in public. If you want help with your dog, consult with a qualified trainer.
What’s your favorite place to train and have fun with your dog out and about? Share in the comments! ⬇️🐶
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