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I have Labrador Retriever and am looking for someone to train him in and around Gurgaon.?

I have a 4 month old Labrador Retriever and am looking for someone to train him in and around Gurgaon. Any sort of help/info will be appreciated.
By Samir Kapur · 13 May 2010 10:05 am


By Neil · 13 May 2010 11:50 am
I would suggest you train him the basic commands yourself. You can browse through various websites n youtube for reference. In this early age of pup this training is a good opportunity to build a strong relationship. I dont knw your constraints but you can try a bit yourself and if you are not comfortable then find one in your area.Experts in here will definitely guide you to the right trainer. I m from mumbai n hv no clue of any trainer in ur area but yes on a general note, as much as I have read though books n net, this is my suggestion.
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By Samir Kapur · 13 May 2010 12:46 pm
My issue isnt with the teething. Hes a good boy! He just doesnt do anything when he goes for a walk! He waits till he comes back home to dispose of his bodily waste!!!! That is the only issue I face with him! Also, he urinates like a female dog!!! Any help?
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By Runni · 13 May 2010 1:36 pm
Hmmm....u can easily toilet train him. Just buy some really tasty dog treats suitable for pups. Make tiny pieces of the treats & put some in ur pocket before going out with ur pup. Give him one if immediately if he urinates outside. That will encourage him to pee outside as he will realise that doing that he can earn treats.
Apart from this soak a cloth in his urine & put that outside ur house. Take him there after every meal, play session & nap. Let him sniff that cloth. Dogs generally like to pee at a place where they can smell their urine. If he does his job give him a treat immediately.
Also keep a close watch when he is inside the house. If he circles a spot or sniff extensively, immediately rush him to the spot where u have put the soaked cloth. A treat again for peing outside. Always give the treat as soon as he finishes, NOT after coming back home.
Clean ur house thoroughly to remove his urine odour. If he uses a particular spot inside the house then make that area unavailable to him.
Be consistant. he will learn quickly. Hope this help.
Dogs lift their legs to urinate only after they are fully mature. So nothing is wrong with ur pup.
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By shreyank · 13 May 2010 3:07 pm
ok.. dogs often pee after a nap, after a play session n after having their food.. heres wat i did with my dog.
make a schedule for him n follow it.. feed him everyday on the same time.. make a schedule for a week n then ul get a rough idea abt his toilet timings.. take him down at those tymings.take him to his peeing spot and wait for 15-20 mins.. not more than that.. if he does it praise him n give him a treat.. if he doesnt then get him in.. look for the signs for eg he vl dig,sniff or take round circles if he wants to pee.. take him down immidiately at that tym..
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By shreyank · 13 May 2010 3:07 pm
n donot feed him anything in between
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By Hemanshu · 13 May 2010 8:18 pm
I have to delete the earlier post - bear with me -
@Samir -
It is nothing to worry about. Dogs lift on their own time.. some dogs never lift, some start lifting very young.
Your dog is young at this moment and will develop these habits in sometime.
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By Arpit · 14 May 2010 4:10 pm
Hi Samir. You can get in touch with MUKUL ARYA at 9818333089, he has been one of the best trainers i'v ever met.He trained my GSD and he won the first prize at the the dog obedience show in IIPTF 2010 and continues to be a good dog. Mukul's tailor made approach makes him the best of all. He is very proficient in his job. You can also contact me if needed. Im living in Sec-56. Gurgaon.
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