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I just want obedience and house breaking training for my pup.?

i just want obedience and house breaking training for my pup.how much time should be required for any trainer to train him according to you?
By anupam · 08 Jul 2008 2:29 am

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By Vizal · 08 Jul 2008 1:00 pm
Dear can you please tell which breed is it?
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By Rana Atheya · 08 Jul 2008 10:50 pm
hi Anupam i guess you have a lab. over the week end i met a dog behaviorist and i have written about him in my recent blog:
https://www.dogspot.in/dog-boa rding-training-resorts-dogs-al pha11/
to get genuine training guidance or even trainer contact Alpha-11. I am impressed by the things they are doing! contact details are in my blog
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By anupam · 09 Jul 2008 2:06 am
hi vizal,its lab.
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By anupam · 09 Jul 2008 2:06 am
thanks rana.....
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By anupam · 09 Jul 2008 2:07 am
hi vizal,its lab.
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By · 12 Jul 2008 7:50 pm
Hi Anupam,

I took my dog to professional triainers. However, from what they taught us, I would suggest that you spend atleast one hour with your pet every day.. Take your dogs fav treats,a dn show them to him. dont give it unless he listens to what you want him to do. for example, if you want him to understand the command "sit", put your hand on his back, slowly press down, while continuously saying "sit". when he does finally sit on his haunches, then give him treat and praise him a lot. he shud understand the voice tone, the word,a dn what you want him to do. make sure you show your hand in front of his eyes, and in the way you want him to know it...open palm facing up,(tht way it comes under his chin) or open palm, facing down, just so that he can see it.

Our trainers here told us that dogs have limited vocabulary..of 100-150 words. so commands should be simple and short.

Anothet tip i would like to give all dog owners is tht, train ur dog in your native language as much as possible, instead of english. That way, they would not obey anyone else,a dn listen to you more. so chances of running away, or being lost are fewer.

all the best. hope the above reply helps.
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By · 12 Jul 2008 7:52 pm
what i wrote above is for obedience training.
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By anupam · 13 Jul 2008 3:01 am
thanks loving2frisky.
i m not saying that i dont have time for my lab pup but when my college will reopen i cannot give enough time to him.so i decided to call a trainer.plz tell me,if u know,that how much time(in months) will b required by the trainer for obedience training.
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By Rana Atheya · 13 Jul 2008 3:44 am
Hi Anupam, Did you speak to Mr.Bhatt @ Alpha-11? they have best trainers and available all over delhi
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By anupam · 13 Jul 2008 4:42 am
hi rana,
first of all,i would like to know about the charges/month they take for training.the trainer with whom i talked today charges at about 2000 per month.so,i would like to know your advice.i cannot afford more than 2000.so,if u know abt the rates of alpha 11,kindly let me know.
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By anupam · 13 Jul 2008 4:44 am
but plz anybody from you tell me that how many months will be required by any trainer for obedience training for 4 months old lab pup.

plz.............
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By Rana Atheya · 13 Jul 2008 9:39 am
As per my experience if you are in delhi you can get best advice about training from Mr. Bhatt. Your question is valid but the answer is subjective. Talk to Mr. Bhatt and he will be able to help you. I tried asking him but, because of subjective nature he need more inputs from you to answer it.
Consulting Mr.Bhatt over the phone will not be charged. I am afraid he is not on DogSpot yet.
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By Inez Rufus · 27 Jul 2008 10:43 am
Please understand that you can have the best trainer in the world, but unless YOU are part of that training and every member of the family is on the same page, you are fighting a losing battle

Please read Cesar Millan's "Cesar's Way'. I am promoting this book for one reason and one alone: You will understand your dog better!
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