Residential dog training should offer your dog the chance to have behaviour therapy as well as obedience training. This balance is not offered by some companies who only offer obedience help entirely on their own premises. In most cases, owners are looking to be able to walk safely in public with unknown people and dogs and to enjoy a normal life.
Ask the right questions before paying for this type of training. Where will the training be done? Are there previous clients you can talk to? Is handover done in real life or only in their training field? What ongoing support is there? Will shock or prong collars be used? Will you get a training plan to follow at home? Continue reading