One option to have your puppy trained is hiring an in-person dog trainer. However, there are actually plenty of great reasons why virtual dog training in Vancouver might be best for you and your puppy!
Reduce the Need for Scheduled Visits
One of the top reasons to choose virtual training is that you can remotely train your puppy from anywhere, at any time. So instead of scheduling an appointment with a dog behaviourist in Vancouver and having them come over regularly, you can simply participate by watching and following the training techniques via virtual online. This will reduce the need for scheduled in home visits.
Fastest Way to Learn
Once you’ve decided to use virtual training, you may be wondering how long it will take before you have a well-behaved puppy. It’s important to remember that it’s dependant on how much time and effort you’re willing to put in during each phase of training. It’s important to be very diligent in training your dog daily.
Focus on Behavioural Issues
If you’re like many dog owners, you may find that it’s difficult to train a new puppy. Virtual online puppy training in Burnaby focuses on helping modify undesirable behaviours and may be highly effective in helping curb issues such as separation anxiety, excessive barking, jumping, lunging, chewing and other problems.
Less Distraction and Convenient
Convenient and easy access to a training session by phone, tablet, or laptop. As simple as giving guidance on the setup of the camera angle, virtual online may give valuable training information and assistance just as if the trainer was presently there with you. Furthermore, it may make it easier for the dog trainer to present the information without being there in person as a distraction to your dog.
Get in touch with a professional dog trainer at A-Z Canine Training for virtual puppy training in Burnaby.
The arrival of a new puppy into your home can be an exciting time, but it can also bring its share of challenges as well. It’s important to correct behaviour issues in puppies quickly, as they will get worse if left unchecked. Here we’ve discussed the most common puppy behaviour issues listed by the leading dog behaviourist in Vancouver.
It’s a well-known fact that puppies like to explore and chew on many inappropriate items. Chew toys should be given to puppies as a substitute. Also, puppies should always be supervised when they are given toys to play and/or chew. Be aware of your puppy’s surroundings and make sure that it is a safe area to prevent chewing on hazardous items. It’s a good idea to choose puppy training in Burnaby so that you can learn strategies for preventing destructive chewing.
If your puppy howls and/or barks when you leave him alone, it could be because he’s experiencing separation anxiety. A dog behaviourist may help you work through these behavioural issues. Consistent daily training along with handy tips may help with building confidence and modifying the behaviour.
Jumping on People
It’s easy to get annoyed when your puppy jumps up on you with muddy paws. This may be a sign of seeking attention or a challenging gesture. This behaviour may be also due to the dog needing a job or work to do. Putting the dog on a daily consistent training routine will not only give the dog work to do but also build on a better relationship.
Pulling on a Leash
Puppies are instinctively drawn toward new things and excited by them. If your puppy tends to pull on its leash, select the best puppy training in Burnaby to help your puppy modify this behaviour.
Looking for the best puppy training in Vancouver BC? Get in touch with A-Z Canine Training now for a training session so that your new four-legged friend may become an obedient member of your family.