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Want to train your puppy or your dog? Want to start obedience training with your puppy? Whether you’re in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane or Canberra, find a professional dog trainer near you with the help of BorisDoes. Start a task or request a quote to find a great dog trainer today!

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Getting a new pet is great - whether you buy a puppy from a breeder or a rescue dog from a shelter, dogs are great companions. But taking your dog for walks, allowing them to enjoy leash-free areas, and protecting things around your home require dog obedience training. You want to know that your dog can have the freedom to enjoy itself without being a danger to itself, other dogs, people, or property. Finding a great dog trainer can make all the difference. There are a wide range of different training programs and training methods and finding the one that's right for your dog can be a challenge. Size, temperament, breed and your own personal circumstances can all make a difference to the type of dog training your pet will need. But dog behaviour training can address a wide range of behavioural issues, sometimes before they begin. Ensuring your dog doesn't develop aggressive behaviour traits is critically important to ensuring other members of your family are safe around your dog. And destructive behaviour can have a significant impact on those around you. For other dogs, things like separation anxiety, toilet training, anxiety behaviours, and aggression towards people can cause problems. The answer is to find a professional trainer who can help establish boundaries for acceptable behaviour with effective training techniques. And the great news is that you can find great accredited dog trainers right here on BorisDoes. We've gathered professional trainers from around Australia and have invited them to join BorisDoes. So we're confident you'll be able to find a dog or puppy trainer near you. Simply start a task or request a quote to find an obedience trainer that suits you and your furry friend.

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  • Pay for a task
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Creating a task on BorisDoes is quick, easy and free; you'll wonder why you never tried it before! Adding a task takes just seconds which gives you the ability to create tasks the moment they cross your mind. You can add a title, specify a date, time, and location, and set the date when the task is due. If you don’t know how much to pay for a service, you can also request a quote - a new BorisDoes feature - which allows Taskers and Businesses to offer prices and services in response to your task! And don’t forget: you can create as many tasks, and request as many quotes, as you like!

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What are the benefits of personal dog obedience training?

Dog and puppy training is usually delivered in one of two ways; as private training for you and your dog, or as training classes for a group of pet owners and their dogs. Private training sessions are a great way to develop a bond between owners and their dogs but if your aim is a happy and well-socialised dog, communal training might be a good idea. The benefits of one-on-one training include customised obedience sessions or training lessons that focus on the needs of you and your dog. Private puppy training is also an opportunity to address specific behaviour issues, which can make a huge difference. Regardless of the type of training you choose, learning basic commands, reducing bad behaviour, and establishing a healthy relationship with your dog are the key focuses on obedience classes.

How do I choose a great dog trainer?

The first step is to find someone with a wide variety of training experience. That way you can be sure that you'll make progress from your very first training visit. A great place to start is to book behaviour consultations. That way prospective dog trainers can provide details of the balanced dog training program they plan to use. Dog training Businesses that understand animal behaviour and training varies from dog to dog and will vary the training they offer accordingly. Picking a great trainer is a matter of heading straight to the BorisDoes Tasker List; check out the Customer reviews that Taskers and Businesses have received and select the right dog or puppy trainer for youYour answer

What is the best dog training program?

The simple answer is that the best training program is the one that's right for you and your dog. So what do most programs include? Most start with basic obedience training, with basic obedience commands, and then progress to advanced training. Some focus on specific things like toilet training strategy or specific adult dog classes depending on age. From there, there are many popular strategies employed by dog and puppy trainers including force-free training, responsive dog training, agility training, Alpha-dog training and other behavioural training. Some offer advanced obedience training as part of additional training services, so it's important to establish what your trainer includes in their program.Your answer

How is training an older dog different from training a puppy?

As they say, "you can't teach an old dog new tricks". But that's not exactly true. The best dog trainers will tell you that you absolutely can teach adult dogs a range of things and you can resolve a variety of behavioural issues. While finding an expert puppy trainer is always a great idea, there is still value in training for older dogs. The big difference is that trainers of older dogs often need to undo years of learned behaviour and then develop a comprehensive dog training program that will establish basic commands. Puppy training is different in the sense that even complex commands don't require established behaviour to be "unlearned" first. If you have an older dog, speak to your prospective dog trainer about the best program for them. Get some common sense advice and create a supportive environment in which you dog can learn what it needs to.Your answer

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