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Everyday training: basic concepts

General training is essential for young dogs and dogs of all ages. It is a continuous learning process that helps the dog learn and follow the rules and behaviors. Well-trained dogs exhibit appropriate behavior in everyday situations. The bond between humans and dogs can be fostered by attending a training class.

Training courses: Why are they important?

Training classes at a dog school are a great way to start or improve everyday training for your dog. Professional trainers offer classes for dogs and their owners that are tailored to their specific needs. In the course, dogs will respond to commands and behave appropriately in different situations. A training course will consider a dog’s characteristics and temperament to provide customized training.

Exercises: The basis of everyday training

Exercises are the fundamental element of frequent training. Exercises should be fun while teaching the dog the ability to adopt certain behaviors. The joy of learning is an essential aspect of dog training. Exercises should always be positive and encouraging. The basic commands are “sit,” “down,” and “stay,” and then expanded. These commands are helpful for everyday life and help the dog behave

Questions about everyday training

Continual training helps your dog learn and follow the rules and behaviors. It makes handling your dog in various everyday situations easier and ensures a harmonious coexistence between you and your four-legged friend.

It would be best if you looked for a course that is tailored to your dog’s needs as well as your own. A good training course will consider your dog’s age, breed, temperament, and special needs.

Basic exercises for everyday training include “sit,” “down,” “stay,” and approach when called. These commands are helpful in many everyday situations and help the dog behave appropriately.

Calmness can be encouraged through exercises such as the “stay” or the “down” command. It is vital that you, as the owner, also be calm and patient and give your dog the time he needs to learn new behaviors.

Start training in a place where your dog feels safe and comfortable. Start expanding the environment by taking your dog to different places. Observe leash walking and recall in these new environments to get your dog used to other sites


Subscription for 5 lessons CHF 165.00
Subscription for 10 lessons CHF 300.00

It is possible to join the course on an ongoing basis.
Course with at least 3 participants
Course days and times will be announced by arrangement. Weekly training.

It is possible to join the course on an ongoing basis.
Course: Sundays at 14.00 on the training ground of SKG Reckenholz – Zurich Affoltern

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