One of the biggest joys for me and my dogs is being off leash enjoying this wonderful earth we live on. Teaching your dog to recall on command no matter what the distraction are out there is extremely important. Frankly I don’t care how you do it as long as you have your dogs under voice control and can be pulled off instantly off of wildlife, other dogs, people etc. This will keep your dogs safe and even alive and you will have a ton of freedom because of that. All breeds of dogs can be trained to recall off leash, yep even Huskies and dogs in the hound family. It also does not take long to do, training your dog on a remote collar for even just having a good recall is a fantastic skill for both you and your dog. Don’t believe the lies that if you use a shock collar Dogs run back to you because they are afraid. They come back to you over and over again because you trained them to. The remote collar allows you to no only speed up the training but over ride a lot of the dogs natural instincts to chase things you do not want them to. Lots of folks are against remote collars, I am fully aware of the conversation and 99% of the stuff is just a lie, your dog is not going to just come back to you because you push a button, or shock the dog. Your dog needs to be trained still and it does take time, repetition and consistency. I would never want to take away the choice of training tools from someone or the wonderful freedom and joy for both you and your dog and not able to enjoy these off leash walks. if you are not familiar with remote collar/shock collar training, we have tons of info on it. You can train the dog yourself.
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Solid K9 Training, founded by award-winning, internationally-acclaimed dog trainer Jeff Gellman, is one of the nations most effective and respected dog training services providing no-nonsense, “Real World” training methods throughout New England. Serving dog owners from Hartford, CT to Boston, MA in our multifaceted, secure and 24/7 staffed Solid K9 Training Center in Providence, RI, as well as all throughout the nation with Jeff’s wildly successful RV Dog Trainer Tour. We will train any dog, regardless of breed, shape, size or history. We work to fix all dog behavior issues including excessive barking, growling, snapping, nipping, dog aggression (fighting), human aggression (biting), child aggression, pulling on leash, leash aggression, leash reactivity, skateboard reactivity, resource guarding, jumping on people, fear issues, anxiety issues, separation anxiety, chewing and destroying household items, running away, not listening, door bolting, stealing food, getting into the trash, cat aggression, chasing game, and killing animals/game. We also have a renowned reputation specializing in obedience training, which includes heeling and walking properly on a leash, sit/stay, down/stay, place, recall training (come to owner), and crate training. Our Training services include Board and Train behavioral modification, 1 on 1 Training, Obedience Classes, Puppy Training programs, Boarding / Board & Play, Daycare, and many free dog training resources including Dog training advice videos, dog training webinars, and Dog Training Q and A videos on Youtube Live weekly. Our behavior modification training is cutting edge, using techniques like modern low level E-collar (remote collar) training and food and clicker training. Solid K9 Training has a worldwide reputation of being able to handle the most challenging dog behaviors and often times other dog trainers will refer their more serious cases to us.

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