Performances & service of the dog gurus
Our trainers will support you during training and obedience school.
The dog training
To start off with we want to do away with an old and incorrect prejudice in the field of dog training: dog training should only begin at the age of one year. This statement is simply wrong. Dog training begins on the first day, when your new family member moves into your home.
Proper training is to make it a fun activity for the dog, beginning as early as 8-10 weeks.
These first learning attempts, if done correctly, will make a lot of fun, for you as well as for your dog.
This principle of having fun while working not only has priority at the training for puppies and young dogs, but is the cornerstone for every training session. Only this way you will successfully achieve your dog performing all commands not only reliably, but with joy. The result is a harmonic coexistence between man and dog!
We are looking forward to accompanying you on your way and helping you with challenges in the relationship between you and your dog.
Dog training with the right dog trainer
The dog trainer is a person who helps you with your problems and with the mastering of everyday life situations. He works closely with you, and helps you with misunderstandings in the interaction with a close family member. Without any doubt it is a person, who enjoys your trust and it must be someone who enjoys your trust.
The majority of problems are miscommunications. The human language can only be used in a very limited way when it comes to communicating with the dog. The much bigger part happens nonverbally. A change in body language, another pitch, and your four-legged friend reacts a different than usual, and maybe you don’t even understand why. Our goal is to make this language understandable and to bring you closer to the understanding how a dog perceives the world.
Through many years of experience in dog training each member of our team has learned to decipher the “code“, to read and interpret the behavior of the dog in order to target training. However, even more important than analyzing the behavior of the dog is understanding the people behind the dog, because they are the ones who often have to change more than the dog himself. The owner’s task is to explain to the dog what his behaviour must be in order to be accepted. However, this 101 of dog life has to be conveyed in dog language.
Therefore the right trainer is someone whom the dog owner trusts, a behavioural scientist and a psychologist, but also a translator for “man to dog” and “dog to man” speech.
We are happy to fill this role for you and to support you on your way to the ideal, four-legged companion.