Dodge County Canine provides family orientated, positive reinforcement. Our classes are small, interactive, educational and FUN! We also do behavioral consulting and limited boarding. We love what we do and we look forward to meeting you and your canine companion.
Weclome to Dodge County Canine!
May 9: Outdoor Walking With Your Dog (4 weeks)
Wyllow Pet Hospital: June 3: Puppy & Beginner
Click here for our 2013 Basic Obedience Schedule
Why Use Positive Reinforcement?
We want our dogs to behave and to learn. Using positive reinforcement is the best way to teach them. Why use an adversive (force, pain) if the same results can be obtained with a treat, toy, or praise? This type of training provides the best environment for learning and the most consistent results. Humans might learn a few things, too!
Can older dogs learn new tricks?
You bet! Older dogs are actually easier to train. Puppies have short attention spans and get easily distracted while older dogs are more focused.