- Trick Dog Titles
Would you like your dog to be able to do tricks like that?
There are many cool dog sports, such as Agility, Nosework, Flyball, and Dock Diving. But why focus on just one?
But if your dog is a beloved but unregistered mix, that's ok too. Unlike some dog sports, however, your dog doesn't have to be "pure bred" to compete.
Pride in accomplishment: It feels great knowing that you and your dog have worked toward and achieved a goal together, and it feels even better to have that formally acknowledged.
Pride in your dog: Get used to hearing people say, "your dog is SO smart! I wish mine could do stuff like that."
Joy in your relationship: Your dog doesn't love sit and stay but they will love this. They get to play with agility equipment, search for the phone in the couch cushions, and then ride a skateboard. When your dog leaps through a hoop you made out of your arms, says their prayers on the bed, and then picks up their toys and puts them away for you, you will both be having a blast.
Fewer Behaviour Problems: Trick training helps focus your dog's energies on positive outlets, and many unpleasant behaviours melt away when the owner begins a focused trick training regimine. Dogs need jobs, and when you don't keep them busy, they'll often pick their own occupations, like digging in the yard, barking, or breaking into the garbage. On the whole, a bunch of cool tricks sound like a much better outlet, don't you think? Especially since many of them are useful - bringing you the phone when it rings, fetching you a soda from the fridge, and sniffing out the remote control when you lose it!
Low in Pressure: Work at your own pace. No need to attend far away classes on rainy Wednesday nights. Just a zoom call with us can help you get back on track when you're stuck!