Manners PUPlease was founded in 2015, when founder Melissa Kindall, noticed that just like humans there is no one size fits all approach for dog training.
We want what's best for you and your dog! No matter how much training your dog receives, if YOU do not continue training and work with your dog, then they will return to pre-train dog brain, and we don't want that! Who wants to flush money down the drain? NOT ME!
So we talk about the issues you would like to take care of, to address and we problem solve!
We afford every opportunity to make you and your dogs interaction better. Dogs need several things for a happy life: regular grooming, exercise, love and affection. But they also need stimulation.
There is no one size plan here! All dogs are different just like humans are and they learn at different rates and need different types of training.
One piece of equipment does not work for every dog. One dog may need clicker training, another constant outside socialization, another a prong collar, and still another may need vibration or E-collar. Training can be very rewarding but often frustration occurs after the 100th youtube video doesn't work when you try it on your dog. Right??!
After years of research and training with a service dog company, Manners PUPlease was born.
We love dogs...RiGHT?... even when they are frustrating. Why not invest in a piece of mind
I suggest you to research. I am not claiming my program is the only training program that works, so make sure that the trainer , dog and you can connect with each other. What are the goals and where is the training done? I do training mostly in my home, however I also do conduct training within the confines of Fat Cat's Dog Boarding as well. The best success I have had is through training in my home, though, as that is where dogs live, in a home environment.
I believe in quality over quantity and I ensure that the dogs that are at my house will not be allowed to continue bad behaviors that are not conducive to a home environment.
For instance, maybe a goal for training is basic commands, well I am not going to let them dig up the back yard just because the goal was basic commands.
I think that the biggest reason training in a home environment is better is the transition is easy, they are socialized outside of the home as well, they are trained all day and night off and on. So no training for an hour and then nothing else the rest of the day. All opportunities are teachable moments.
Also, the big secret is you have to keep training fun: so small short burst of training that leaves the dog wanting to do more increases success!