How To Train Any Dog To Walk Off Leash
Dog Training in Denver is so important with the active lifestyles that we all like to live here in the city and in the mountains. Part of that joy of having a dog is being able to bring them with us wherever we go!
Transitioning to off-leash training is an important part of our training to ensure that your dog will not only comply on a leash, but also off leash around all the distractions in life that may come around them. This even includes little children, other dogs, and wild animals.
While many of our clients simply enjoy lesson #1 of having their dog be able to walk nicely by their side (NO MORE PULLING), we strive for much more for your loving dog!
While we train dogs of all ages and temperaments, the joy of puppy training starting at 12 weeks is having a fully trained dog by 5 months old!
Most of our clients who start training at 12 weeks don’t see all the normal puppy destruction and bad behavior that others without our training seem to go through!
Sometimes even our puppies are going to make a mistake during off leash training. The goal is to be able to use a voice verbal correction to be able to have your dog comply with your voice or hand command.
Today’s video features Obi who is a 4 1/2 month old Golden Retriever during Lesson #7 of our private in home training. Obi is successfully transitioning to off leash training during lesson #7 complying with both hand and voice commands.
This video will walk you through all of the foundational elements Obi has learned in his previous 6 lessons, but simply practicing them now off a leash!