20 Dog Trainers in Outer South West Sydney

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    What does a dog training class include?

    Dog training includes a range of techniques and lessons to help your dog learn obedience, commands, and appropriate behaviours in different environments. While it’s ideal if you start training while your pup is young (approx 2-3 months old), more mature dogs can also benefit from dog training. Here are a few things you can expect from a dog training class or session:

    Responding to commands

    A dog trainer will help you train your dog to respond to voice commands, like sit, stay, heel, and come (when you call them). Your trainer will help show you how to establish leadership over your dog so that they listen to your commands and do what they’re told. Common techniques used are movement, actions, eye contact, treats, and praise.

    Leash obedience

    Leash obedience is essential for safe and comfortable dog walking, so you can be motivated and confident to take your dog for regular walks. Your dog trainer will gradually introduce your dog to their collar and leash, using playtime and treats so they associate it with good times. You’ll practice walking around with your dog on a leash in a safe, enclosed area. Once your puppy is comfortable with their leash, you can gradually introduce them to different outside environments.

    House training

    House training or toilet training your puppy is something you’ll want to start from the moment you bring your dog home, to minimise messes. If you can get a dog trainer near you to train your puppy at home, it’ll make it much easier to house-train your dog. Your dog trainer will give you tips around the best feeding schedules, when and where to take your puppy to do their business, and how to reinforce good house training practices with praise and treats.


    Your dog trainer can help you socialise your dog - both to animals and people. If they organise dog training classes with a group of pets and owners, it’s a safe environment for your dog to get used to being around other animals and people. If your dog’s having a tough time adjusting, your trainer will step in with some strategies like regular walking in suitable areas, remaining calm, gentle touch, and limiting new social events to once a week.

    Recent Dog Training tasks in Outer South West Sydney

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    Macquarie Fields NSW 2564, Australia

    16th Sep 2018

    My puppy is 9 months , he doesn't get along with other dogs & his always barking at people. I need someone who can train him & help him interact with other dogs and humans as i have tried and nothing seems to work .

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    Glenfield NSW 2167, Australia

    23rd May 2016

    my Chihuahua is 8 months and I need to teach her to toilet on puppy mats

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    Leumeah, New South Wales, Australia

    24th Feb 2017

    Require a dog trainer who can come to my house to train two 7 month old Lab x Border Collie puppies or I can bring them to you for training.

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    Leumeah NSW 2560, Australia

    20th Mar 2019

    I have a beautiful 16 month old pit bull that's in need of some obedience training. He is very friendly, gets along with other dogs but he get so excited when he sees people, he jumps all over them and knocks them over.

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    Minto, New South Wales, Australia

    17th Feb 2017

    I need somebody to help me train my dog. We can train him at a dog park or at my place. It will only be 15 mins a session. Once or twice a week is good for me.

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