Because of Rogue's reward based training techniques, appropriate treats are a must! When considering edible rewards for your dog, there are many choices out there. It is my job to show you what treats you should consider and why. We use these products and experience high levels of success in palatability and reduced stomach upset in contrast to traditional training treats. Here is the short list of brands we work with and you should consider based on the company's philosophy, production standards and of course, ingredients.
Dogs are social creatures who thrive on love and approval, but you have to TEACH them acceptable behaviors. Rogue Dog Training uses love and rewards to shape dogs and puppies proper behavior, ensuring a positive, fun training experience for human and animal. All commands are initially accompanied by a lure, like a dog toy or food treat. As the dog begins to learn a specific behavior on cue, the lure is gradually removed. Food rewards become randomized and a simple pet or show of affection for good obedience is all a well-trained dog needs from its owner. Best of all, the behaviors learned through reward based techniques do not wear off with continued practice. You will not have re-occurring canine obedience problems if your dog is trained by Rogue Dog Training using our proven reward based training techniques.
Group dog obedience classes are a great way to socialize your puppy while teaching good behavior. Older dogs benefit from the reward based training offered in group training classes, too. When selecting a dog training class for your canine friend, make sure you choose a class taught by a certified dog trainer. Anybody can claim they know how to work with puppies and adult dogs, but Milwaukee’s Rogue Dog Training has the certification to prove it. Having your dog trained by an Animal Behavior College Certified Dog Trainer (ABCDT) and Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT) member means you can count on professional training techniques based on scientific fact. Our trainer holds a degree in psychology and has a deep understanding of learning processes, including behavioral conditioning. Rogue Dog Training’s group dog obedience classes are the best way to train your dog basic obedience.
Think your dog could use a little extra attention or training? Rogue Dog Training offers personalized, private, one-on-one training classes for you and your pooch. Our dog trainer will come to your Milwaukee or Waukesha area home and give private dog training lessons geared specifically to you and your pet. If you live outside our service area, contact Rogue Dog Training and we will work out arrangements to provide top notch training classes for your dog. Private lessons are a great way for busy people to book dog training classes at a time convenient to their schedule. The individual attention given to your dog is perfect for correcting unwanted aggression or specific behavioral problems. Owners of several dogs can book private, in-home canine behavior classes to ensure harmonious interaction among their furry friends. Advanced obedience classes are available for dog owners looking to fine tune and improve on behaviors learned in the basic class. Whether you have a specific issue you want to correct, like excessive barking or aggression, want to train Fido the basic commands or perfect lessons learned in basic obedience, Rogue Dog Training has the professional, in-home training lessons you need.
Some dogs seem difficult to train, but more often than not, it’s the training methods which are ineffective. Often, people and some "Trainers" resort to extreme measures and use shock collars or other devices in an attempt to get a desired behavior. Some dog training collars are both cruel and ineffective, especially when teaching a new behavior. Trying to train a dog using electric shocks can break the natural bond between dog and master at the early stages of obedience. There is no obedience, only fear. Worst of all, the effects wear off rather quickly. The dog never learned to obey commands, for reward, it just learned to avoid pain. Rogue Dog Training never uses dog training equipment like shock or prong collars for Basic Obedience. Many dogs “trained” with such collars are brought to Rogue Dog Training because they refuse to obey commands when the collar is removed. The evidence is clear: dog “training” collars do not train dogs. Better results are achieved using reward based training. The communication and bond you share with your dog will cement the training for the rest of your dog’s life. Throw away cruel training collars and contact Rogue Dog Training for obedience classes with long lasting results.
The longer you wait to fix a puppy’s behavior issues, the harder it becomes to correct. Do not wait for your adorable puppy to turn into a full-grown problem dog. Contact Rogue Dog Training to sign up for a group training class or schedule private, in-home behavior lessons. Not sure which class is right for you and your pup? Rogue Dog Training offers free consultations to help you choose the right course to address your specific needs. Contact Rogue Dog Training and get your dog trained by a certified dog training professional.