Milwaukee’s Best Group Obedience Classes
Group Dog Training Lessons Teach Perfect Puppy Protocol
A Milwaukee area group obedience class is a great way to get your puppy on the right track to good behavior. Socialization is an important part of any puppy’s life and meeting a group of dogs in a controlled environment is the ideal way to teach your dog how to interact with strangers and other animals. Rogue Dog Training's group obedience course is much more than the puppy meet-and-greet other trainers offer. An ABCDT certified dog trainer will teach you and your dog the basic commands you need to live together in peace and harmony. Basic obedience is not just for puppies, older dogs benefit from meeting other dogs and repetition is key to canine training. Rogue Dog Training's group behavior lessons are the best way to develop the communication and obedience you want in your pet.
Puppy Socialization Classes: An Overview
The puppy socialization class is open for dogs 8 to 15 weeks old. In special cases older dogs can attend too! Group socialization classes are a great way to get your dog started on the right path leading to a happy, confident, and well balanced demeanor.
Basic Group Obedience Classes: An Overview
The basic group obedience class is open to dogs at least 16 weeks old. All the basic dog commands you need are covered: sit, focus, down, stay, come, let's go, leave it and loose leash walking. Dog training classes are an hour once a week for seven weeks and include a training manual and free lifetime email and phone support. The first class is humans-only and the following six weeks are used to train your dog. At the first class, you will need to show proof your dog has received vaccinations for rabies, distemper, and bordetella or your dog will not be allowed to attend the course. We recommend you take a look at our vaccine requirements for group classes. Between training classes, there is homework to help cement the lesson in your dog and let you practice the reward based techniques used during lessons. Rogue Dog Training always uses reward based training to get the best obedience from every dog and build a strong, life-long bond between canine and owner. Here is the syllabus outlining each week of the class.
Intermediate Group Obedience Classes: An Overview
The intermediate group class is open to dogs at least one year of age and must have completed a basics course through Rogue Dog Training and/or another certified and legitimate Dog Training Business. The commands covered and refined extensively are sit stay, down stay, come, let’s go, and leave it. This class is similar to the basic course but with increased distraction and the implementation of appropriate correction. Owners will also be educated on a plethora of tools used and not used in the class. Dog training classes are an hour once a week for five weeks and include free lifetime email and phone support. The first class is humans-only and the following five weeks are used to train your dog. At the first class, you will need to show proof your dog has received vaccinations for rabies, distemper, and bordetella or your dog will not be allowed to attend the course.
Unique Dog Trainer Gets Unmatched Results
No other dog trainer in the Waukesha and Milwaukee area has credentials approaching those of Rogue Dog Training. As a professional member of the APDT with ABCDT certification and a degree in psychology focusing on animal learning, Steve Terwilliger has a truly unique perspective on dog training. Classes are structured to maximize animal and human engagement in a fun, stimulating environment. Lesson plans and training techniques were developed with dogs' natural learning pathways in mind to get better, long-lasting obedience. Reward based dog training focuses on building communication and strong bonds so dogs know what is expected of them to please their master. The results achieved by Rogue Dog Training are unmatched in efficacy and durability. When your dog is ready for basic obedience classes or needs a refresher, Rogue Dog Training has the skill and techniques to teach life-long good behavior.