The First Steps For Training Your Rescue/Rehomed/Adult Dog!

When it comes to adult dog training, there are several ways to use puppy training strategies that are just as important (maybe even more important) to teach your dog to listen and to show them that you’re actually WORTH listening to! This can be even more important if your adult dog is new to you. Rescue dog training, rehomed dog training, shelter dogs that come from the shelter and into your home need training. They may already know how to walk on a leash or respond to their name. But you need them to know that they need to listen every time. You also need to keep your dog safe and give them the most comfortable introduction to your family possible. In this video, we’ll talk about how to do that.

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