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Category Archives for Dog training atlanta

3 Reasons Dogs Potty in the House | Dog Training Atlanta

It get a lot of calls here at Off Leash K9 Training, Georgia about dogs going potty in the house. This is clearly a stressful thing for all owners and one of the top reason owners get rid of pups. So the following are the main reasons I find for this issue, leaving out the […]

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Exercise Relieves Many Behavioral Issues | Atlanta Dog Trainer

I would say at a minimum, half of the dogs that visit Off Leash K9 Training, Atlanta are showing behavioral issues due to lack of exercise (physical and/or mental). This is not necessarily the owners fault. Most of us can not possible walk or run far enough to wear out our high energy pups. But […]

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Dog Park Alternatives for Socialization | Georgia Obedience Training

I cringe every-time my clients start a sentence with “So we were at the dog park!” At best they say how annoyed they were that no one was paying attention to their own dog and some dog kept mounting theirs… But more often than not such and such happened resulting in a dog fight. Now […]

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Notes on our E-Collar | Off Leash K9 Training, Atlanta

I believe the hardest thing for my new clients to remember after the first lesson in Smyrna or Peachtree City is all the functions on the remote. While I would rather you remember as much as you can about the actual dog training instead of the minor details such as how to turn the remote […]

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Is your dog training worth the price?

One of the top 3 concerns potential clients ask when they call Off Leash K9 Training, Atlanta is if our training is worth the price? My answer more often than not is “How many ways would a well-behaved dog make your life easier?” If that is not enough to open a new tab and Google […]

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Ways to Minimize Dominance Issues | Dog Aggression

These are ways to help you minimize dominance issue that may arise over your pups life. I find that the leading cause of aggression cases I deal with arise from owners not dealing with dominance issue in their dog. Unchecked dominance issues lead to dog aggression as they age. Note: I want to point out […]

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4 Reasons to Crate Train

There seems to be this stigma lately about crating your dog… I have heard everything from it is cruel to I don’t think they are getting any exercise. These are always followed by why can’t I get them potty trained or they keep destroying something. In reality crate training is one of the best things […]

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