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3 Ways Dog Training Allows You to Love Your Pet More

At Off Leash, we believe in strengthening the human-dog relationship through our  Train as You Live®  methodology. We know that your pup has great potential, and our training focuses on integrating your dog into your everyday lifestyle and routines. This type of dog training allows for you and your dog to not only bond in a natural setting, but it also establishes confidence and growth within the relationship. A loving and thriving human-dog companionship is our goal at Off Leash, and it is our hope that we can only strengthen the bond between owner and dog through our dog training. Below are three ways that dog training will allow for you to love your pet even more.

Alleviates Stress

Training your furry friends ensures that rules and commands are established right off of the bat, so that your pet is aware of right from wrong, and he or she knows to look to you for guidance and reassurance. Training helps a dog understand boundaries, whether they’re in the home, or in public. This means that you can feel at ease if you have to leave your pet at home alone, or that you feel comfortable and confident that your dog can handle being around strangers or other dogs if you go on a hike or a walk around the neighborhood. Training alleviates the stress that can come with social situations, leaving you with plenty of time to love your pup and live your life!

Builds Trust and Confidence

Trust and confidence are two big results from dog training. Not only will your dog build trust in you and gain confidence in his or herself, but you will also feel the same way. Some of the most solid relationships are built on mutual trust and having confidence in one another; therefore, you should want the same thing for your relationship with your pet. A confident pup is a loving pup, meaning that there will be plenty of snuggles and puppy kisses to go around, and your dog will be more trusting of your friends and the people that you bring into your home as well.

Allows for New Adventures

Lastly, dog training allows for the possibility of many new adventures. If you know that your dog can handle stressful situations, and you’ve established trust and confidence in one another, then there’s not much that can hold you back! One of the best things about owning a dog is exploring together while making new memories. The experiences and memories that you make with your furry friend will be ones that you will cherish for a lifetime!