Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Doggy-Style Fitness! Dog training in Milton Ontario

Join us for our newest class!!!

Are you one of the many who hate to leave your dog behind while you go and work out?

Smart Dogs Canine Training and Madjam Fitness are changing that. Doggy-Style Fitness allows you to get an awesome work out in all while training and exercising your dog. What more could you ask for???

Classes are Saturday mornings at 10:30am and will be taking place at Madjam Fitness Studio in Milton.

Check out the website for more details www.smartdogsk9.com/dogggy-style-bootcamp.html

or email us for more information dogtraining101@hotmail.com.

Saturday, October 15, 2011

Group Dog Training in Milton Ontario


Smart Dogs Canine Training Group Basic Class (all ages) has one spot left for registration.

Start Date: Friday, October 25th, 2011
# of Classes:
Cost: $160.00
Location: St. Paul's United Church on Main Street, Milton, ON

Please contact us if you would like to sign up dogtraining101@hotmail.com

We will be running another Group Basic Class Starting at the end of November 2011 as well.

For more detailed information about our training, check out the website www.smartdogsk9.com

And don't forget to like us on facebook www.facebook.com/smartdogsk9

Friday, October 14, 2011

Don't Let 'Em - Dog Trainer in Milton

I often find people listing off the issues that they are having with their dogs, but not understanding why they are happening. Of course, we as trainers are here to help them understand and break down any issues, but it truly does come down to common sense.

First and foremost, 9 times out of 10, the owner is to blame for much of their dogs behaviour.

And secondly, if your dog is doing something you don't like ... very simply put, don't let him.

Frustrating answers? I suppose.

But we, as trainers, can step back and take an unemotional stance in order to help our clients come up with the solutions to their problems. Emotions get in the way of common sense, and in the dog-human relationship, the emotions run wild and sometimes common sense does not prevail.

If you find you are having issues with your dog, try to take a step back and consider the situation from a different view-point, and don't let emotions cloud your view. Think about your actions, and then think about your dogs reactions.

If you feel your situation is too difficult, there is no shame in calling in a professional who can help walk you through the problems, give you advice, training tips and results, after all, that's what we are here for.

If you need help with your dog, please don't hesitate to contact Smart Dogs Canine Training in Milton at dogtraining101@hotmail.com and visit the website for details on our training programs www.smartdogsk9.com

Friday, October 7, 2011

Thank you Milton!!! Dog Trainer in Milton

Thank you Milton for voting Smart Dogs Canine Training #1!!!

Canadian Champion Reader's Choice Diamond Award for best dog trainer!!

Trained dogs are happy dogs and have happy owners - contact us to improve the relationship with your dog - we're always happy to help.