Dog Training Bangkok

Trust, respect and understanding are demands that we should have on the partnership with our dog. Such a partnership can only be built through mutual trust and communication. Motivation and praise are just as important in this way as a termination signal and setting limits.

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Personal Dog Trainer Bangkok

Goals of my work:

– partnership between human and dog
– the perception of the dog as a dog
– the acceptance of its otherness
– the development of his potential
– respect of his skills
– the knowledge of his limits
– a common language for successful communication

In-Home Dog Training Bangkok

Intensive Training

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  • Groundwork

  • Hands-on Training

  • Understanding your Dog

  • Call & Stop

  • Sit & Wait

  • Calm Training

  • Leash Work
  • Daily Routine

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Intensive Training

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  • Groundwork

  • Hands-on Training

  • Understanding your Dog

  • Call & Stop

  • Leash Work
  • Mastering the Walk
  • Search & Retrieve
  • Daily Routine
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Dog Training Bangkok & Thailand

If the relationship between dog and owner is not good, humans very often lose control over their companion. The dog makes the experience that he can escape and is on his own. However, the dog should make the experience that his human controls situations and this for the most part. The more often a dog makes the experience that the human remains outside, does not communicate or communicates badly or remains unclear in his influence, the more the dog becomes independent. From this point on it becomes more and more difficult, sometimes almost impossible for humans to influence the dog.

Our dogs are true specialists and show appropriate behavior. These innate breed-specific behavioral patterns are individual and differently pronounced. This includes, for example, hunting or guarding.

Communication & Dog Training

The dog perceives all our unconscious signals and classifies them. However, these signals are often contradictory for the dog. We humans have learned to hide our true feelings, in dealing with our supervisors, etc. We can look friendly although we are hurt inside. We can hide through our language. This hiding game does not work with the dog! Even if we have parts of our communication under control, there is always an unconscious part that the dog perceives. The dog will recognize that something is not right, not congruent. If the communication does not match, he will eventually choose the most meaningful signal according to his experience, and this is rarely the information content of the words.

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