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Canine Life and Social Skills

— Training for Dogs

Want to help your dog learn real-life skills while enforcing a positive reward-based system? Our Canine Life and Social Skills (C.L.A.S.S.) program might be the one you are looking for. At BADDogs Inc, we offer this one-of-a-kind training for dogs with the goal of building a fun and educational experience for both you and your canine companion.

Wondering if this dog obedience training program is right for you? Get in touch with us to find out.

The Three Levels of This Amazing Training for Dogs

As mentioned, our C.L.A.S.S. (Canine Life and Social Skills) course is composed of three levels, which are playfully named after university degree programs. Each level is strategically designed to make all your dog training classes enjoyable and productive. What’s more, each level offers two additional “bonus rounds” that you can elect to try with your dog.

B.A. for Dogs™ (Bachelor’s Level)

During the Bachelor’s level, some of the “real life” skills that we will assess and teach your dog include waiting at the door and instructing them to “settle” and “drop it.” If your pal was able to perform well in their dog training classes, we will ask you to give them rewards (e.g. food treats) as signs of positive reinforcements.

M.A. for Dogs™ (Master’s Level)

For the Master’s level, expect your dog or puppy training classes to get more challenging and exciting. At this level, we will help you upskill more important dog behavior skills including waiting in the car before exiting. We will also help you better understand the proper handling of their different body parts. Another highlight exercise at this level involves asking your pet to walk past several dogs of different sizes, breeds, and genders.

Ph.D. for Dogs™ (Doctorate Level)

As the most thrilling part of this dog training course, the Doctorate level is jampacked with exercises that would instill more advanced dog behavior and obedience skills. Some of the exciting activities that we prepare for you include teaching your dog to back up and guiding them to demonstrate proper table manners during a simulated dinner session. We will also ask you to carry everyday objects such as a cardboard box or paper sack while walking your dogs on a loose leash.

Why These Dog Training Classes Are Worthwhile Investments

Dogs are continually learning, so why not be proactive about what dog training classes and dog training courses you take? With its emphasis on maintaining dog training skills, as well as advancing to higher levels of training, the C.L.A.S.S. (Canine Life and Social Skills) program supports continual training — which can significantly strengthen the relationship between you and your canine buddy.

Here are more reasons why you should take our highly strategic dog classes:
Aside from this, having a well-trained dog makes it possible to engage in many more activities such as:

Give Your Dog an Easy Way to Learn Real-life Skills

By encouraging positive, rewards-based training, the C.L.A.S.S. (Canine Life and Social Skills) program strengthens relationships through effective communication, understanding, and quality time spent together. Not only does this dog training course helps develop and safeguard harmonious relationships by maintaining mutual trust between you and your dog, but it is also an easy and effective way to demonstrate real-life skills to them.

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