Find Infinite Dog Training Solutions at Creature Teachers

Silver Spring, Maryland (PressExposure) March 01, 2011 -- United States of America -01st March, 2011 - The world is replete with pet owners and dog lovers. They are heralded as the man's best friend. We have come to find solace and companionship in their presence. Yet we come across instances where a willful dog is literally dragging its owner by his leash and in turn the owner is vociferating. Approximately one fourth of the population of dog owners feels abused by their dog's untrained habits and almost all the people from this number have either not ventured into dog training classes or have undertaken the wrong ones. By claiming that there can be incorrect dog's training methods, we assume that training by force and violence is not the right method. Jacob "Jake" Folger, the founder of Creature Teachers, is one such dog trainer who advertently believes in positive reinforcement and silent but authoritative training. Contrary to what we have been led to believe, not yelling and not spanking your headstrong pet is a way forward. The most important thing to note is that just as positivity yields fruitful results in our case, it acts in the same manner when our dogs are trained.

Such positive reinforcements can correct, otherwise obstinately incorrect, dogs' relieving habits. Dog potty training is by far the most indispensable part of dog training. Their peeing and pooping habits have to be time lined and restricted to a particular space and area under strict supervision. Under puppies training, you will find out that they are supposed to be taken for a walk to relieve at least eight times a day while the adult dogs only need such visits 4 times a day. Crate training is also an important lesson that needs to be taught. Crates can, with the right training, turn out to be a place your dog will come to love and inhabit it as his comfort zone. Dog obedience training is a simple procedure of techniques but imperative for the pet to know who the master is. Such training can avoid leash pulling and hyperactive jumping acts.

"We at Creature Teacher's most diligently believe in the power of positive reinforcement while training your pet dog. It is ineffective, not to mention insensitive, to yell, yank, spank or force your dog. We try to teach obedience by Clicker Training and other such positive training techniques", said by Mr. Jake Folger, a spokesperson for Creature Teachers and an expert trainer.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 28, 2011 at 8:54 pm
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