Intermediate Obedience focuses on your public routine and how to deal with distractions. Whether you are having issues at your local park, your favorite restaurant, or your local pet store, we are excited to get to work on your public routine! Our positive reinforcement dog training techniques are perfect to help your dog walk in to public confidently and in a behaved manner.
- Dog Treat Bag
- Pea Sized Dog Treats
- Walking Collar (if applicable)
- 6 ft. Standard Leash
- 20 ft. Dog Training Leash
- Water Bowl & Water
All of our dog and human clients are unique and lead different lives, and all of our dog training classes are personalized to fit your unique goals and desired routine. Below is a sample of a typical Intermediate Obedience dog training plan. Depending on your dog, your goals, and routine, your dog training plan could look different.
Week 1: Review Beginner Skills
Review Beginner Skills and teach your dog how to "load up" and "Load out" of the car. Discuss good safety tips for public outings. Get a dog first aid kit supply list.
Week 2: Park Day
Learn how to respond to distractions and keep your dogs focus.
Week 3: Park Day
Check progress and learn a new command like left and right heel position.
Week 4: Park Day
Check progress,learn how to meet a new non reactive dog, and deal with a reactive dog.
Week 5: Park Day
Check Progress and work on a distance recall.
Week 6: Public Place
Choose a pet friendly store or patio restaurant. Practice ignoring food and learn "Leave it".
Week 7: Public Place
Choose pet friendly store or patio restaurant. Practice around staged dog.
Week 8: Review and Graduation
Review any skills you need help with and get your graduation certificate. Client chooses location.