Blitz K9 Club works with dogs of any breed, size or age – and we empower owners with lifelong skills to continue successes. We offer:
– On Leash and off leash training
– Potty training
– Teaching basic commands such as staying and coming
– Dog socialization
– Curbing destructive behaviors such as unwanted chewing and digging
– Suppressing unwanted behaviors such as stealing food, clothing, or other objects
– Silencing undesirable barking, howling and whining
– Subduing food guarding and begging
– Stopping mouthing, nipping and playing rough
– Relieving anxiety and submissive urination
– Stifling jumping up and hyperactivity
– Halting aggression
Dog Obedience Training
Why train your dog? Because trained dogs are a pleasure to live with. They can accompany you virtually anywhere without being dragged down the street, they won’t jump on your friends when they come to visit, you won’t have to lock them in another room while you eat and your couch won’t become a chew toy. Obedience training also teaches your dog impulse control. They will learn to get some self-control as they learn commands. Commands are a way of communicating with your dog. They help teach your pooch the rules and what is expected of them. Blitz K9 Club teaches dogs verbal and non-verbal commands such as in the form of hand signals. Dogs read our tone and body language, and they can learn many words when taught what they mean. We know that consistency in using the same words/cues is important or the dog will just get confused. Dog training can be likened to stacking blocks – the more a dog learns, they more they can learn. We are here to help you teach basic and advanced commands.
Dog Behavior Training
You’re not alone; most dog owners will face some kind of behavior issue in a dog’s lifetime. Blitz K9 Club offers solutions to the most common nuisances, from barking and whining to fears like loud noises to unwanted behaviors such as aggression, stealing items, digging, playing rough, jumping up and much more.
Dog socialization is the process of making your pooch feel comfortable in the presence of other dogs, around new people, and in unfamiliar environments and situations. Socialization is all about gaining experiences. Understanding the world around them helps your dog live a happier, more relaxed life. While it is easiest to socialize puppies, as they are fearless and curious, and everything is new to them, socializing older dogs that may have negative feelings towards people, places or pets is still very achievable!