A well trained dog is a happy dog: at Aldens Kennels, we make dogs happy
There are many reasons people bring their dogs in for dog training at Aldens Kennels. Maybe the dog isn’t quite housebroken and the owners need a little help in that department before the carpets are completely spotted. Maybe the dog won’t stop barking. These are just a couple of the reasons.
Whatever the reason, at Aldens Kennels, we offer training with the Midwest’s best trainers for a reason – whatever your dog’s problem, we can help.
Here are some of the other reasons people mention when bringing their dogs in for training:
- Our dog is always jumping up on people
- When we take the dog for a walk the dog ends up dragging us around the block
- If our dog keeps it up, she’ll chew us out of house and home
- Our puppy is a runner – we’re afraid he’ll get away and get hit by a car or we’ll never see him again
- Our dog doesn’t come when we call him
- She growls at people when they come to the house
Of course, those are just some of the reasons that draw people to our training classes. There are actually other reasons that are equally valid though many people don’t think about them as often:
- Dog training helps to develop a strong bond between owner and dog
- Training stimulates a dog’s mind
- Dog training develops confidence in the dog so it is more at ease
- Dog training is fun for our dog and for us
Ask anyone who has a well trained dog and they’ll tell you that dog ownership is an entirely different experience when a dog is well trained compared to one that isn’t. While training a dog takes some time and effort, dealing with an untrained dog is a lot more work in the long run.
Of course, some people train dogs because they want to compete. They can compete in agility, obedience, Schutzhund and other forms. Some people start out simply wanting to teach their dog some manners and discover how much fun training is. Before you know it, they’re pursuing one form of competition or another.
Whatever your reason, a well trained dog is a happy dog. And, at Aldens Kennels, we keep dogs happy.
For more information about Aldens Kennels, visit www.aldenskennels.com or call 815-728-0559.