A New Approach to Dog Training Eases Sticker Shock

All too often dog owners don’t train their canines due to the added expense training incurs. But Dedicated Dog Training out of Levittown, Nassau County, Long Island, has the cure.

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Levittown, NY (PRWEB) July 25, 2013

All too often dog owners don’t train their canines due to the added expense training incurs. But Dedicated Dog Training out of Levittown, Nassau County, Long Island, has the cure. It’s a high-quality Pay for Performance Dog Training School that takes the sting out of caring for your pet. "We take the financial risk away for potential enrollees in our program," says James Joseph Colella, Founder and Head Trainer. "It works because when the dog owner isn’t worried about the hit to their wallet they focus on the dog training methods rather than the cost.
That’s where everybody wins."

Dedicated Dog Training offers a unique board and train program where the client pays nothing up front. The total for the training is due at the completion of the program. "It’s easier to pay a bill when you can plainly see the benefits of what you’re buying. Seeing your dog behave well is proof enough for a satisfied client," James said.

With a strong belief in the board and train technique the school has several Pay-for-Performance programs depending on the client’s needs. For instance, in the Two Week Board and Train Program trainers deal with interior and exterior concerns such as jumping on people entering the home, jumping on furniture and other animals, nipping, chewing, mouthing on you and your guests. It also provides training the dog to have a "Place" command. This command is a signal for the dog to go to the place where they sleep - their doggie bed. Programs offered also deal with exterior concerns. A client’s exterior concerns mainly include leash pulling, not coming when called and jumping on people outside.

Dedicated Dog Training offers services for all breeds specializing in off-leash control and distraction training. Suffice it to say, it is dog training for the real world. Through a balanced training approach rewards, corrections, and training by contrast is used. "We let the dog make the choice," added James. "We show them the decisions they have and we let them choose. When they do we correct them for wrong choices and reward them for the good ones." With these tested and proven techniques Colella finds that dogs learn much like people. Good choices equal rewards and bad choices have some degree of consequence. With this program dogs are introduced to the human world of rules and regulations. Once the canine understands that they realize how much fun they can have inside of the set parameters, just like humans," added James.

With the advanced off leash training dog owners can benefit by having their dogs and puppies enjoy more freedom, take them more places, exercise them more and become a larger part of the family.

For more information, visit our Long Island Dog Training School's website at http://www.DedicatedDogTraining.com or to contact the school directly, call 888-370-7477.


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