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Why You Need a Professional Dog Trainer

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Dogs have long been known to be man’s best friends. The beautiful yet inexplicable bond between dogs and their owners is fully documented throughout civilization and pop culture. It can also be seen in accounts of owners miserably searching for their lost pets and being extremely joyful when they reunite. With or without teaching these dogs, they are innately drawn to humans. 

In Brisbane, the local government takes the dogs’ welfare more seriously. If you search for “dog training Brisbane,” you will not only see the available dog trainers in the area but more importantly, you will read about the government policies.

Some of these policies include collecting fees to make sure that dogs do not wander on those streets, maintain fenced leash areas in parks, and support shelters for more than 5,000 stray dogs.  

In Australia, dogs are also given a more valuable role in society. They are usually trained to serve as guides for people with low vision. Various groups seek volunteers to take care of these dogs and help them fulfil their roles. But aside from training your dogs to be guides for people with disabilities, here are the other reasons why you need to work with a professional trainer for training your beloved pets. 

Maintain a Better Bond with Your Dog

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Two different studies conducted by the research teams led by Ana CatarinaVieira de Castro and Dr Joanna Makowsa supports one common hypothesis — pets that exhibit good and disciplined behaviour forged a better relationship with their owners. If your dog is responsive, relaxed, happy, obedient, and well-trained, it would be easier for you to manage them. You will also find managing your dog more pleasurable, thus ending in forging a better and closer relationship. 

Easy Management

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Professional trainers in obedience school can teach your dogs basic commands like “stay, drop, and sit.” This will help you manage your pet more efficiently. And since how your dogs behave can be controlled easily, they can become like a family member that knows how to respond around visitors or in social settings. Despite having unfamiliar people around, you can keep them under control. 

Some simple things like greeting a guest politely, coming toward you when you call them or walking in a behaved manner on a leash are some of the simple, desirable behaviours that can be taught in obedience classes. If you are having a hard time controlling your dog even if they are on a leash, it is time to look for a professional trainer online. You can start your search by typing  “dog training Brisbane” or “dog trainers near me.” 

Friendly and Sociable Dogs 

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Dogs are meant to socialize. They need to learn how to respond to other dogs, while also discovering what behaviours are acceptable or not in dog lingo. These are essential lessons they need to understand if they are to interact and get along with their fellow canines. 

This is more important in cases where the dogs do not respond well to family members and friends. You and your dog will most likely encounter other pets while you take a walk, come to vet clinic appointments or go into boarding or kennel. 

Also Read: 7 Ultimate Essentials For Dog Training

Our Takeaway 

Taking care of a dog is like raising a child. You will not only provide them with food and shelter, but you are also responsible for making them behave properly while interacting with other people and pets. This responsibility alone is enough to justify the need to bring them to an obedience school.