Dog Training in Toledo, OH
Our approach to dog training is different than other K9 training schools, so the results are different. The objective that we have is not to just train your dog, but actually, we focus on training the dog owners to train their dogs. When you understand the principles that we use, you’ll always have the ability to continue to train your pet on your own if you like.
What that means, is that we start with the basics and take things one step at a time. You’ll notice that our training classes are personalized depending upon the behavior of your dog. And we ask a lot of questions. For example, we’ll ask about things like, what type of behavior modifications would you want to see in your dog? And, whether your canine is older or he or she needs puppy training.
So you can see, it’s important for you to understand what goals and objectives you want your pet to reach as an end result. But whatever results you want to achieve, all of our programs are designed to get results quickly – very quickly. Our canine training focuses on correcting dog behavior problems if that’s even an issue. And it’s not all work; your dog will have a lot of fun. That’s also part of the process.
We Guarantee That We Can and Will Train Your Dog
Did you know that Glass City K9 LLC is the only dog training school in Toledo, Ohio that offers a GUARANTEE for their training? Specifically, we GUARANTEE that we will train any dog, of any breed, at any age and even any disposition or temperament! That means even dogs with “bad behavior” or “aggressive behavior. So even if you’ve tried to have your dog trained before, we know we can get the job done and we guarantee it.
So, what can you expect? First of all, the basic goals that are included in all of our K9 classes are “discipline” and “socialization”. It’s important that your canine gets along with you, members of your family and also, other dogs. The training your dog receives is “private training”. In other words, it’s one-on-one training with one of our trainers. And we also show you how to work with your K9 so you understand the proper way to use commands and training techniques, so this way, you get the best results possible.
Our canine programs vary in length from three, four, six, and eight weeks in length, depending upon your goals. This is why we start out with a Free Training Evaluation in order to understand what you want. Something else that makes us different is that our dog boarding service has a special training feature called, “Board and Tune”. This special type of dog boarding reinforces what your dog learned in the training classes.
Is it Ever Too Late To Start Training A Dog?
“No”, it is never too late to start training a dog. In fact, dogs can be trained at ANY age. As we like to say, “You CAN teach an old dog new tricks,” and we prove it every day. A big part of training dogs is interpreting dog behavior so there’s actually a connection and a two-way form of communication. All of our trainers have the knowledge and experience to deliver results that you and your dog will love. Our experienced dog training experts know how to work with canines of all ages, breeds, sizes. And, “Yes,” different behaviors and temperaments. Our trained staff knows how to get long-lasting results very quickly. That’s exactly what our K9 training classes deliver – fast, effective results. In case you’re wondering, we also have Puppy Training to accommodate even young pups.
Can All Dogs be Trained?
The most common question we get is, “Can ALL dogs be trained, regardless of their “bad behavior”? And the answer is, “Yes, they can be trained!” Dog owners come in for our dog training evaluation and they often say is, “But my dog is different!” Well, every doggie is “unique” because they each have his or her own individual personality. It’s important to understand, that there are characteristics that are common to all dogs. What we do is focus on these common characteristics and then apply specific training skills and techniques This is all based upon the specific behavior of your canine. As part of our training process, we first evaluate each dog on an individual basis. We then use the right combination of techniques to deliver the best results for your dog. When you see it for yourself, it will all make sense. And it works!
At Glass City K9 LLC, we believe that we have the best dog obedience training in and near the Toledo area. (And now we also have dog training classes for dog owners in Findlay, OH.) The best way to learn more about our dog training programs and classes is to contact us and schedule a free, no-obligation, Training Evaluation. This way, you can find out if our dog training classes and services are right for you and your dog. We are located in Toledo, Ohio, on the east side of Douglas Rd, just south of Central Ave. So, we’re easy to find and easy to get to. And, again, it all starts with a Dog Training Evaluation. Just scroll down and send us your information and we’ll contact you very soon. We look forward to meeting you and your pooch very soon!
And if you’re interested in having your dog trained while they’re being Boarded, check out our Board and Train services!
Let Us Train Your Dog!
- Walking on the leash without pulling
- Stop jumping
- Correcting dog biting
- Boundary training (without fences and electric fences)
- Basic commands
- Advanced commands
- Confidence building
- Greeting properly
- Potty training
- Running away
- Crate training
- and many more…
Dog Obedience Training
- Off-Leash Training
- Have total control of your dog completely off leash in any level of distraction
- Aggressive Dog TrainingDistance sit, down, place
- Off leash training for “heel” and “walking”
Our obedience school for dogs is something your dog will love. And it will build confidence in your K9~
- Puppy potty training
- Puppy Obedience Training
- Crate training
- Reward-based marker training
- Basic understanding of obedience
- Socialization for adulthood
- Beginning to walk properly on the leash
- Fix any form of fear (dogs, people, animals, men, women, public places, etc.)
- Fix any form of aggression (people, dog, animal, cats etc)
- lack of socialization problems (usually shows in forms of fear and aggression)
- separation anxiety
- lack of confidence
- Walk through legs
- Bounce off walls and objects
- Reverse circles
- Play dead
- Walk under legs
- Beg (say please)