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  Advanced Course

(Complete Control)

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Requirements

  • Dog and handler should have successfully completed the Basic and Intermediate courses

  • There should be reliable on-leash control and a willingness to work

  • Dog and handler must have a good understanding of commands



Tom with Cosmo, early morning training
Princeton, NJ

CLCIK FOR LARGER VIEWObjective

  • To gain complete control in all situations on and off-leash, regardless of distraction level

  • Develop willingness to learn and respect for handler when at a distance

 

Method

  • Extending the instruction from the Basic and Intermediate courses, we will continue to use a primary positive reinforcement.  The reinforcement device that has the most significance in very difficult situations will be utilized to train your dog to look to you for direction.

Subjects/Commands Covered
  • Refresher work (review of commands sit, down, stay, come, loose lead walking, and go to your place)

  • Down (from a distance)

  • Stay (while out of sight)

Expectations
  • Upon completion of this course you will have:

    • Complete control of your dog in all situations.

    • A working knowledge of your dog's willingness, distraction level, and problem solving ability for addressing future issues

    • A complete understanding of various methods of training

Time Frame
  • 8 Week course

  • 1 Lesson per week (Each lesson is 1 hour) **

  • All teams Training is conducted indoors and will relocate outdoors as your puppy progresses

    **Lessons will be conducted in specific areas that closely simulate real-life situations.
    All teams that have completed the Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced courses are entitled to consultations free of charge until problems are corrected.

Next Step
  • There is no next step!  Now it is up to you to use the knowledge and experience you have gained in the past months.

  • Remember--  no dog stays trained forever.  Without reinforcement training on a regular basis, a dog will digress.

  • HAVE FUN AND ENJOY!

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