Obedience Options

Basic 21 Day Obedience

Equipped with full air conditioning, a private pool, 3 on-suite bedrooms, and a spacious open living room kitchen area, Sunshine Bay Residences is an excellent choice for anyone dreaming of their own safe haven.

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a man standing in the grass with a dog
14 Day Advanced Obedience

Co-designed by the world-renowned architect James Smith, our Bridgewater Joy residences offer top views of the nearby lake Michigan. Perfect for a small family, a professional couple, or anyone looking to set up a home office.

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white and black abstract painting
Pleasantview Gem Inn

Not just pleasant on the outside, our Pleasantview Gem Inn properties are especially popular among families. With underground parking and floor-to-ceiling windows, there's no shortage of natural light or space.

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worm's-eye view photography of concrete building
Included in a basic intensive obedience course for a 21-day puppy training program:

1. Evaluation and Assessment: An initial assessment of your puppy's behavior, temperament, and current level of training to understand their needs and set training goals.

2. Basic Obedience Commands: Teaching essential commands such as sit, stay, down, come, and leave it. Focus is placed on achieving reliable responses to these commands.

3. Loose Leash Walking: Training your puppy to walk politely on a leash without pulling or lunging.

4. Crate Training: Introducing and establishing positive associations with crate training, teaching your puppy to view the crate as a safe and comfortable space.

5. Socialization: Providing controlled socialization opportunities with other dogs and people to help your puppy become comfortable and well-behaved in various social settings.

6. Impulse Control: Teaching your puppy self-control and discouraging behaviors like jumping, mouthing, or excessive barking.

7. House Training: Guidance on house training methods and techniques to help your puppy learn appropriate bathroom habits.

8. Basic Manners: Polishing behaviors like not jumping on people, not begging for food, and waiting patiently at doors.

9. Distraction Training: Working on your puppy's ability to respond to commands even in the presence of distractions such as other animals, noises, or food.

10. Problem Behavior Management: Addressing specific issues or problem behaviors you may be experiencing with your puppy, such as chewing, digging, or excessive barking.

11. Positive Reinforcement Techniques: Utilizing positive reinforcement methods to encourage desired behaviors and create a positive learning environment for your puppy.

12. Weekly Progress Reports: Providing regular updates on your puppy's progress, behavior changes, and training milestones achieved throughout the program.

13. Owner Involvement and Transition: Involving you in training sessions to learn how to handle your puppy effectively and reinforce their training. Educating you on continued training and maintenance of your puppy's progress after the intensive program.

It's important to note that the specific details of the program may vary depending on the puppy of dog. Therefore, it's recommended to inquire about the specific curriculum and training techniques used before enrolling your puppy in the program.