With a heap of writing experience under his belt, "B Walkin" resides in Brisbane and has published his first book.
Published January 30th 2012
Dogs are known as man's best friend, but sometimes even they can be a hassle. So it's a good thing to know that there are people willing to train your dog for you right here in Brisbane.
There are not a few places in Brisbane where you can get decent dog training, but there are a couple of places where the best techniques are used to get your dog to behave properly around you and others.
Urban Dog Trainer is known as Brisbane's award winning dog and puppy training school, and was voted South East Queensland's top dog trainer, so you know your dog will be in good hands. These trainers not only train your dog, but also let you know the modern reward based training techniques that they use, so that you can use them too. Apart from dog training courses, Urban Dog Trainer also holds group dog training classes, tricks classes and agility training classes, to name just a few. So to find the closest dog training location near you, please visit the website.
The place to solve your puppy problems is the K9 Centre Brisbane. The dog training courses that these experienced trainers offer are specific to your dog's need, be it aggression, barking, escaping, or any other problem. What's more, a K9 trainer will come to you and sort things out. With more than 30 years of experience with dogs, the programme offered will certainly get your dog to behave in the right way at the right times. All trainers are certified, so visit the K9 Centre website for more information.
Positive Response dog training is another great place to train your dog, especially in a group environment in the open. You will also have the chance to meet others and their dogs, as well as acquiring the skills needed to make your dog fit in, both at home and outdoors. With Positive Response, there are several levels of 'college' that the dog must progress through in order to make sure the dog learns to behave and respond positively.
The first level is canine college 1, which is an informal, off the leash, group dog training session. Canine college 2 teaches your dog to respond to your body language when you want it too, and you can even teach your dog a trick or two. The 'Fungility' course then teaches your dog some fun and basic agility exercises to stimulate your dog. The invisible leash training teaches your dog to behave while not on the leach; and Canine Lifestyle Classes and Dog Award Eligibility both provide follow-up sessions to make sure your dog knows and retains everything they have learned. So for more details on how to make your dog respond positively, visit the website.