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I'm planing for obedience training for my 2.5months old Lab,help?

I'm from Kolkata. I would be pleased if someone can help me with contact number(s) of GOOD dog trainer(s). I'm planing for obedience training for my 2.5months old Lab.
By Ayon Saha · 26 Nov 2011 8:40 pm


By Amitava Mukherjee · 27 Nov 2011 8:27 am
Rana Biswas 9433441568

He is the best in town.
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By D.chakrabarty · 27 Nov 2011 9:27 am
yes rana biswas hes the best. my dog is under his training and he won the obedience dog show under north calcatta kennel club on 25th nov. his another num is 9143676964
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By Navjot Singh · 27 Nov 2011 7:00 pm
Ayon, there are dog training institutes in the country which offer certified dog training courses. You trainer should be certified dog trainer and have a good experience in dog handling profession. Before you hire any, you can check for this certificate.
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By Ayon Saha · 02 Dec 2011 7:43 pm
@Navjot: Right!! I shall....your suggestions are always reasonable and valuable...

@All: Thanx a ton...!!!

If i may ask, his fees........??????????
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By Navjot Singh · 03 Dec 2011 10:27 am
Ayon, If you do take my advice seriously then don't hire any trainer as such. You'll just waste the money, that's it. You should hire a trainer only when your dog has some behavioural problems like being nervous and anxious when taken out for walk, biting and growling on you, etc. If you want to generally train your dog then you can do it yourself. What all you need is some time every day to be religiously dedicated to him. You can watch You tube videos on how to train a puppy of your age. There are hundereds of videos showing how you can practically train your puppy. You just have to enforce what you watch.
The rule of the thumb in our country is the better is the service, the more is the value. So, even if you hire a so called 'good-trainer', you are bound to spend thousands of Rupees on training while you yourself are capable of training your dogs. When I was a begineer like you what motivated me NOT to hire a trainer was the feeling that can't I even teach my own puppy to listen to me? Do I need a help of a person to teach my puppy to listen to me and teach him where he should pee in the house while I spend more time and know my puppy more than anyone else. When I visited a petshop to buy training treats, the attendant asked me are you buying it for the trainer who's training your dog? I proudly said, No, I train my puppy myself and am myself a trainer of dogs. The shop keeper was overwhealmed my answeer. Also, when people watch my dog healing while walking and catch treats when thrown in air, they simply praise the handler and if they have a dog themself, they seek tips of training.
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By Ayon Saha · 03 Dec 2011 8:48 pm
Hmnnn...little nervous....again a beginner, u know....

I shall update u about the pup's status and what i would try....then we shall re-consider the decision, hiring the trainer.

Filhal toh, xams are on...can not spend much time with her....
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By Ayon Saha · 04 Dec 2011 9:44 am
M facing a problem with my pup. She has grown a habit of putting everything into her mouth....does not bother what it is. If we say not to do it..she listens but soon after she repeats it. She licks the staircases...puts the dirt from the corner of the room into her mouth...its not possible to monitor her every time and those things might be toxic....

Tips to rectify it, plz.............
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By Cotton Chic Mou · 25 Feb 2015 12:14 pm
i am facing same prblm with my pup.. #Ayan..bt my dctr said lack of the calciums and vitamins is a cause or maybe she was born in a dirty place..bt at the age of 4mnths evrythng will be undrcntrld.. :)
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By Amit Roy · 03 Jan 2017 11:44 pm
Hi,Check the site howtocaredogs.com .
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