Dog Training Philosophy
dog training philosophy of training one dog at a time
means just that. Each dog receives one-on-one training following
a program designed for that particular dogs needs and aptitude.
We design the training program according to what the dog needs
--- not design the dog around our training method. This difference
of philosophies explains our success in training.
obedience learning occurs when instruction is provided in a relaxed
environment so that dogs are having fun as well as learning to
be obedient. Following this philosophy learning becomes easier
and less stressful.
the Redbone Hound
the stay for training at Furrst Place, your pet will participate
in a training program that molds discipline, but yet allows your
pet fun times to romp in the yard, run full tilt in the fields,
or swim in the lake.
do not bind and mold a dog to meet the idiosyncrasies of our training
method; instead, we draw from our many years of experience (a
combined total of over 40 years) to apply our methods to meet
the idiosyncrasies of each dog.
has taught us that each dog is different and must be trained as
an individual and not forced into a rigid training program that
does not meet the needs of your dog or your lifestyle.