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Training a dog DVD our system complete the humiliation also they have a problem. Or because they need special training for some kind of sport or activity. Gun dog work for example. Specialist training cost more or take longer, and solving behavioral problems can take extra time compared with basic pet dog obedience. All this needs to be considered because it affect the length of time your dog stay away, and it affect how he is treated and the results you can expect. we are getting to the crux of the matter. Is it actually a good idea to send your dog away to school? Would it be better to keep him at home and train him yourself, or get a local trainer to come to your home and help you? Unless you are a very experienced dog owner, your trainer is likely to be more skilled and knowledgeable about dogs than you are. He be able to train more quickly, and more effectively than you. And make fewer mistakes. He But not necessarily. A dog a residential training center might get more training sessions a week than he would at home. He might. But again, not necessarily. If he does, this might enable him to make faster progress Two key disadvantages of residential training are that you won't be learning alongside your dog. And that the trainer be limited by time what he can achieve. Your competence as a dog handler There are two aspects to owning obedient dog, two distinct training journeys going on when a dog is being trained by a novice dog owner. The main problem with sending a dog away to be trained is that only one of these journeys is addressed. Your dog's. You say I 't want to be experienced dog handler, I just want a well behaved dog but the truth is, unless you learn to be at least competent handling a dog, it doesn't matter how well trained your dog is, you're probably not going to cope. When you send a dog away to be trained, the journey you need to make, to become competent at managing and handling your dog, and dealing with inevitable holes that appear training from time to time, has not been addressed at all. Nor you be equipped to solve the problems that arise the future. How thorough can residential training be? The other problem is that dog training is a process. There are no effective short cuts. And whilst basic behaviours such as ‘sit', and ‘down' are child's play to teach to a dog. They are a good deal more complex to proof or make reliable We'll look more closely at what that means just a moment. The and short of it is that anyone who says they have trained your dog a matter of weeks, is not giving you the whole story. Having a dog trained by a professional takes months and requires deep pockets. What does proof mean? What did I mean by ‘complex to proof'? What is the ‘proofing' that a professional trainer might not have time to do? Well, to proof a behavior, you make sure that the dog understands it is a wide variety of different contexts. different locations, for different lengths of time, and the presence of various different distractions. A proofed ‘sit' for example, is a sit cue that your dog obey outside the mall, on the beach, at a fairground, your friend's garden as well as at home your kitchen, or your professional trainer's yard. Getting out and about with a dog training Dogs aren't very good at applying something learnt one location, to other locations. And this means getting out and about with dogs and rehearsing their training all kinds of situation. It is this ‘proofing process' that takes the time. How much time you need to spend proofing different aspects of training and different contexts depend on your dog and his preferences for entertainment. If his passion is for playing with other dogs, and you have to walk your dog daily a busy public park, proofing is going to be a big deal for you. A basic level of training When you send a dog away for training, the chances are, he only have been trained to a basic level. There be more work to do. Some proofing have been done, depending on the length of time he has been away. But the bulk of the ‘proofing' be down to you to do, when you get him home. if you had done the basic training yourself, you would at least have idea of how to go forward with proofing your dog's obedience. Without that experience, you have a bigger challenge ahead of you. Because the truth is, proofing is the hard part of training. That's right, the bit you pay for,