How Do You Know Your Dog is Fit To Go For a class
Private learners and members of the public can take their dogs for training services. Dogs classes should be full of fun and enjoyable, therefore the parents are reinforced on how they can make that possible for their dogs so that the services offered can be efficient and of high quality. Teachers to these dogs must identify the problems with your dogs and identify the solution before the classes begin Teachers to these dogs have an objective of preventing any unwanted behaviors that are already in your dog or puppy.
Age is one of the factors considered before your pet starts attending sessions. Beginners, intermediate and advanced courses are the categories of dog classes. Ten weeks to ten months are the possible age by which your dog can be allowed to attend classes. Advanced courses are attended by dogs who are five months and above. Ensure your dog has been vaccinated with all the immunizations given to dogs who are four months and below. Have a valid evidence before you register your dog to take part in the classes to prove that they were given all the required vaccinations so that they can begin the classes.
Only docile dogs are allowed to take part in classes, therefore ensure your pet is not aggressive when planning to take it to any class. In some cases, if your dog is nervous, it can be allowed to hang around with the other dogs of the same age in class.
More characters regarding your dog are identified by the trainer before learning begins. Your dog must be investigated whether it is fit and ready fir training by spending a session of 15 minutes before classes. If your dog is found to be unfit to participate in classes with the other dogs, you are recommended to schedule private classes.
A full course takes 6 weeks which involves classes of 1 hour session attended by a minimum of four to six dogs only. In the regulations, you should bring your dog early before the classes begin so that there can be more time for it to familiarize with the fellow classmates and the environment. Missed classes sessions are recovered by scheduling some time later especially during part time.
If by any chance you want to take a break for your dog not to participate in the classes, the session is preserved for a period of one year.
Dogs need something to eat during classes, so carry with you some bites and yummy foodstuffs to feed on. As a parent to the dog, you can either come with a toy, blanket or even bed for your dog’s use during class time. During learning sessions parents are not allowed to take their dogs with chocking chains.