SPECIALIZED TRAINING

Off Leash Training

Training Program Designed for Owners with Multiple Dogs

Comprehensive Training Program for Deaf Puppies

Comprehensive Training Program for Handicapped Dogs

“Normalization Program" for Dogs with Behavioral Disorders.

Fearful Dogs

Shy Dogs

Dominant Aggression

Fear Aggression

Biting

Aggression toward People

Aggression towards Dogs

Food Guarding

Object Guarding

Obsessive Compulsive Behavior, e.g., running in tight circles, attachment to balls and fetch

Exercise Options including use of treadmill

Agility Training

TRAINING SERVICES:listed below can be selected as individual items or as is more usual, productive and economical by combining related training items in packages. Lessons vary between 45 minutes and an hour depending upon the age of the dog and the stress of the services e.g., Behavioral Disorders. 


TRAINING VENUES: training services are typically provided at the Owner'sHome, or if appropriate ata  Busy Park, which is ideal for teaching a dog proper leash etiquette (no pulling towards canine or human distractions) as well as rehabilitating aggressive behavior directed towards other dogs or humans. We also use  Busy Downtown areas filled with myriad distractions and are great  locations to train dogs to ignore just about anything.





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PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING

FEES are determined by myriad factors including extent of the package, number of sessions, time and complexity of the training or the difficulty and dangers associated with rehabilitating certain behavioral issues. Please call us at (908) 500-7801 to discuss the factor that impact fees in greater detail and obtain a free quote.

LIFETIME GUARANTEE POLICY   We are so confident in our Training Methodologies all our private Training Services come with our free continued support for your dog for the duration of his or her life.


 

  • PUPPY  TRAINING

  • House Training
  • Name Recognition
  • Focusing on You
  • Controlling puppy’s hyper activity
  • Taking treats Gently
  • Avoid Food and Toy Guarding
  • Jumping
  • Chewing
  • Digging
  • Biting
  • Come
  • Sit
  • Down
  • Stay
  • Loose Leash without Pulling
  • Socialization
  • Dealing with Distractions
  • Leaving various objects alone
  • Releasing Toys etc.
  • Wait

  

   Marc Edell, Certified Dog Trainer

   (908) 500-7801

   medell@professional-dogtraining.com


   SERVING NORTHERN NEW JERSEY

  MORRIS, WARREN & ESSEX COUNTIES 






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Under the ownership and supervision of Marc Edell, PROFESSIONAL DOG TRAINING, employs Positive Dog Training and Behavioral Rehabilitation techniques. We teach your dog to perform all the skills needed for it to become a well behaved member of your family. We also teach Owners how to effectively communicate with their dog. This ensures that their dog understands the behavioral guidelines it is expected to follow and performs any skill you ask of it regardless of the circumstances. Our goal is for you and your dog to enjoy the close, relaxed, and loving  relationship you both deserve.



           TRAINING FOR THE AKC CANINE GOOD CITIZEN CERTIFICATION


The Benefits of Training The AKC CGC Program provides an excellent foundation for training in other fun activities such as Rally, Obedience, and Agility and results in a well-mannered dog who is a joy to live with. Some therapy dog groups require passing the CGC Test as a prerequisite, some insurance companies recommend CGC training, and an increasing number of apartments and condos are requiring CGC training for resident dogs.

The CGC TEST consists of 10 skills needed by all well-mannered dogs and are listed below. All of the exercises are done on a leash.

 Test 1: Accepting a friendly stranger: The dog will allow a friendly stranger to approach it and speak to the handler in a natural, everyday situation.

Test 2: Sitting politely for petting: The dog will allow a friendly stranger to pet it while it is out with its handler.

Test 3
: Appearance and grooming: The dog will welcome being groomed and examined and will permit someone, such as a veterinarian, groomer or friend of the owner, to do so.Test 4: Out for a walk (walking on a loose lead): The handler/dog team will take a short "walk" to show that the dog is in control while walking on a leash.

Test 5: Walking through a crowd:The dog and handler walk around and pass close to several people (at least three) to demonstrate that the dog can move about politely in pedestrian traffic and is under control in public places.

Test 6: Sit and down on command and Staying in place: The dog will respond to the handler's commands to 1) sit, 2) down and will 3) remain in the place commanded by the handler (sit or down position, whichever the handler prefers). The dog must will remain in a Sit or Down position at 3-4 feet away from owner and for 3 to 4 minutes,

Test 7
: Coming when called: The dog will come when called by the handler. The handler will walk 10 feet from the dog, turn to face the dog, and call the dog.

Test 8: Reaction to another dog: To demonstrate that the dog can behave politely around other dogs, two handlers and their dogs approach each other from a distance of about 20 feet, stop, shake hands and exchange pleasantries, and continue on for about 10 feet.

Test 9: Reaction to distraction: To demonstrate the dog is confident when faced with common distracting situations, the Evaluator  will select and present two distractions. Examples of distractions include dropping a chair, rolling a crate dolly past the dog, having a jogger run in front of the dog, or dropping a crutch or cane.

Test 10: Supervised separation: This test demonstrates that a dog can be left with a trusted person, if necessary, and will maintain training and good manners. Evaluators are encouraged to say something like, "Would you like me to watch your dog?" and then take hold of the dog's leash. The owner will go out of sight for three minutes.

  • ADULT DOGS TRAINING

  • Name Recognition
  • Focusing on You
  • Jumping
  • Come
  • Sit
  • Down
  • Stand
  • Stay longer duration and distance
  • Stay with multiple distractions
  • Stop Leash Pulling
  • Heeling
  • Leaving  objects and people alone
  • Releasing Toys etc.
  • Wait
  1. Behaving Politely around people and dogs
  2. Releasing Toys etc ​​