High Powered Protection Dog Training

Address: 6130 West Flamingo Rd # 729 Las Vegas, NV 89103 | Phone: (702) 683-3870

Obedience training doesn’t solve all behavior problems, but it is the foundation for solving just about any problem. Training opens up a line of communication between you and your dog.  Knowing how to read a dog’s High Powered Protection Dog Training because knowing what to look for will help you identify behaviors—even if they appear innocent or cute—that reveal a dog’s potential for aggressive behavior. Identifying aggressive tendencies is an important part of dog obedience, as it directs you to those behaviors that you want to nip in the bud immediately.

Teach your dog to obedienceThe goal of obedience training is to create a common language between dog and master so that both species can live together in harmony. High Powered Protection Dog Training,  teach you to train your dog so that the human-canine bond deepens, and problem dogs become a pleasure.
OUR MISSION today remains unchanged: To certify dog obedience instructors of the highest caliber, to provide continuing education and learning resources to those instructors, and to continue to promote humane, effective training methods and competent instruction.

Dog training techniques can include methods such as clicker training, positive reinforcement, reward training, collar and leash, marker training, and even dog whispering to name a few. We provide reliable dog service in Las Vegas area.

Obedience training is also an easy way to establish the social hierarchy. When your dog obeys a simple request of ‘come here, sit,’ she is showing compliance and respect for you. It is NOT necessary to establish yourself as top dog or leader of the pack by using extreme measures such as the so-called alpha rollover. You CAN teach your dog her subordinate role by teaching her to show submission to you in a paw raise (shake hands), roll over or hand lick (give a kiss). Most dogs love performing these tricks (obedience commands) for you which also pleasantly acknowledge that you are in charge.