Finding a Private Trainer

You may have serious time constraints, and so you may want to consider a private trainer. Private trainers aren't cheap, but it's better than not training at all. In selecting a private trainer, ask for references and call them. You also want to inquire into the trainer's experience.

After you've found a trainer, he usually does the training at your residence, which is an advantage because the trainer gets to see where and how Buddy lives, and can tailor a program to meet your special needs. But before you sign on the dotted line, watch how he interacts with Buddy and especially how he works him.

At some point you'll have to become involved and learn the various commands Buddy has learned and how to reinforce these commands. After all, the object is for Buddy to obey you, not just the trainer. You'll be expected to work Buddy under the trainer's direction so that you can learn what and how he was taught.

¿¡¡JABE» In selecting a private trainer, be choosy. This individual has a great impact on shaping your dog's skills. Don't be afraid to ask for references and to grill the trainer on his experience. Remember, anyone can declare himself a dog trainer!

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