Benefits of Dog Training in Rhode Island Pets

Benefits of Dog Training in Rhode Island

BY Shawn Hines • June 27, 2016
Shawn Hines

Shawn Hines

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Do you have a hard time controlling your dog when visitors drop by your house? Whenever you take your dog for a walk, does he bark at everyone? Just like people, dogs have their traits and personalities—and some are harder to control than others. But with the right dog training, you can teach your dog to start behaving well. Here are some of the benefits of dog training in Rhode Island:

  • It can save your dog’s life – Dogs are very curious and may end up in an accident if they don’t obey your orders to “stay.” Dog training will teach your dog to follow you and be obedient. With proper training in Rhode Island, your dog will learn the basic commands so you can keep him from danger.
  • You can travel with your dog to more places – For some dog owners, a walk in the park isn’t as easy as it sounds. It’s fairly common for dogs to tug or pull at the leash, especially when they want to chase after another dog, cat, or even a human. With proper training, your dog will learn to stay calm; you may even be able to walk him without a leash. Just imagine what that kind of freedom proper training can give you and your dog! You can go hiking with your dog or even swimming.
  • Training reinforces your bond – Treating your dog like a baby can actually do more harm than good. With dog training in Rhode Island, you and your dog can develop a stronger and better bond—the right kind of bond. Both you and your dog will learn to trust and rely on each other mutually.
  • You can understand your dog better – With dog training, you can also develop a deeper understanding of your dog’s needs and behavior. Some owners mistakenly think that theirdogs are being aggressive when they’re actually scared or simply looking for attention.

There are different dog training methods in Rhode Island and consulting with an expert is the best way to decide which one of these methods is ideal for you and your pet. You can choose to take classes with your dog together with other pet owners. This is the most common way to train pets.  You and your pet learn together while meeting new friends. You can also opt for in-home dog training. If the venue of the dog training classes is too far from your place or if your pet requires focused attention, then this type of training may be best. Finally, there’s board and train for dogs who have serious behavioral problems. In this arrangement, your dog will live with a professional trainer for a period of time. After boarding and training, the trainer will also teach you how to get a better handle of your dog.

About the author:

This article was written for the owner (Dog Trainer) of Best buddy Dog Training - Shawn Hines, who has more than 25 years’experience with Professional In-Home Pet Dog Behavioral Training. Best Buddy Dog Training provides a Relationship based pet dog obedience and behavior modification training in Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts, with corporate office in Greene, Rhode Island.




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