YourEveryDayK9 “Intermediate” Dog Obedience Training Program, Grand Island, NY
FREE Initial Consultation & Expert Dog Obedience Training On Grand Island, NY. Chris Fiels Offers An “Intermediate Level” Foundational Obedience Training Program For Your Dog. Dogs From Anywhere In The Buffalo – Niagara Region Of Western New York Will Be Kenneled At Our Facility For The Duration Of The Program.
YourEveryDayK9 “Intermediate Level” Dog Foundational Obedience Program
Foundational Dog Obedience Training Programs
FREE Initial Consultation
At YourEveryDayK9, we offer a FREE Initial Consultation to you and your dog(s).
You will be invited to visit our facility for a 30 minute evaluation where Chris Fiels will personally meet with you and your dog(s) in order to assess the type and extent of any training that you and your dog(s) might benefit from.
We offer “Basic Command” Foundational Obedience Training and “Intermediate Level” Foundational Obedience Training Programs, and can help you decide if one of these may be a good fit you and your best friend.
We also offer a range of Advanced Dog Obedience Programs, including Off-Leash training, for 2 weeks, 3 weeks, or 1 month, as well as Custom Rehabilitation Programs for more deep-seated behavioral issues.
At the end of your free 30 minute evaluation, Chris will be able to set realistic expectations and recommend the optimum program for you and your dog(s).
To Schedule Your Free Consultation, Call 716.387.4658, e-mail, Or Use Our Online Form
YourEveryDayK9 “Intermediate Level” Dog Foundational Obedience Training Program Details
Your program will be custom-structured to fit any specific needs that your dog has. A typical program structure is presented below, and will require your animal to live in kennels at our dog training facility for the period of the course:
A Typical YourEveryDayK9 Intermediate Level Dog Obedience Training Program
Chris Fiels Works With Your Dog(s)
Owner & Dog Joint Training Session
Chris Fiels Works With Your Dog(s)
Your Home Or YourEveryDayK9 Facility
Owner & Dog Joint Review Session
Kennels & Equipment
During the time that your dog lodges in kennels at the YourEveryDayK9 facility, Chris will work with him/her both onsite and also at external locations, such as parks and stores, in order to expose your animal to appropriate behavior in the real world environment.
Your dog will be provided with all required equipment for safe and secure training, including:
- His/Her Own Cot Bed
- A Prong Collar
- A 20ft Line
- A Treat Pouch
Intensive Obedience Training For Your Dog
Chris will work with you and your dog to make sure that you are prepared to reinforce good behaviors when your dog returns home.
Your Dog(s) will learn Basic Behavior, Manners, and to obey the following commands:
- and will also be introduced to calm/active release training
What You Will Learn & Go Home With
You will learn to properly use some basic Activation Cues to get your dog interested in working through training exercises with you, and Calming Clues to settle your dog down and release him/her from training.
You will also learn to use Markers (words or signals that communicate to the dog that it is behaving correctly) and Follow Up with a food or other reward that will reinforce good behavior.
At the end of the program, your dog will return to your home with:
- Significantly Improved Behavior
- All His/Her Training Equipment
- A Packet Of Step-By-Step Instructions For Using All The Commands & Equipment From The Program
YourEveryDayK9 Rehabilitation Programs are about understanding your dogs’ discomforts, reading their body language, and balancing out what is expected of them. There are times that we, owners and trainers, need to make sure we don’t overwhelm them or put them in situations they do not like.
Owners/handlers sending their dog(s) through any of our Rehabilitation Programs must understand there may be certain realities or limits for your specific dog. Every dog, and case are different; thus, we must put safety for others and our pets first.
All situations that your dog encounters in our Programs will be manageable, but some will require extra structure and awareness. We cannot make and/or force dogs to be social or extra friendly, but they will be expected to be tolerant and calm if put in situations they were once uncomfortable with.