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“I love animals!!!”
I couldn’t imagine life without dogs they bring me as much comfort as I bring to them. I treat every pooch as if they are my own.I don’t have kids so I refer to every pooch as if it were my own. I first adopted when I was 10 years old a redbone coonhound, and ever since then i’ve just enjoyed dog company. I have experience sitting, walking, and caring for animals.
Training Exam Complete
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Hi I’m Angel. I currently work as a vet tech at a veterinary hospital. I have 2 large breed, high energy dogs. I have been taking care of dogs for about 8 years. I have experience in administering oral and injectable medications as well as training experience.
Training Exam Complete
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Training experience, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Fast walker
Dogs are very adept at learning hand signals. In fact, our canine friends are quite in-tune with both body language and directions given via sign language, so to speak. Train your dog to learn a hand command by giving a verbal cue along with it and see how fast they understand the communication. Then, the command can be given without verbal instruction at all.
Wouldn’t you rather wake up to doggy kisses instead of a noisy alarm clock? It’s entirely pawsible to train your furry companion to wake you at the same time every day. Dogs have an internal body clock that is capable of functioning just as well as the blaring alarm that alerts you to get out of bed every morning. But if you are training them to wake you up, remember they may do you the favor on weekends, too.
Dogs trained to visit hospitals have an innate sense of calm and realize the need for a patient to have a furry diversion. When canines provide therapy in a hospital setting, their presence can even help a patient’s recovery time. Is your dog a candidate? Obedience is a must, as is an easy-going demeanor when it comes to environments that include unfamiliar sounds and machinery.
What is the going price for a dog training session in San Antonio? Private lessons at home range between $90 and $100 per hour. Packages may cost upwards of $500 for 6 weeks of training. Board and train lessons can be as expensive as $2700 for 3 weeks. For a group experience, expect to pay around $130 for a basic obedience course.
Your pooch deserves the best, so of course, you are prepared to have them appropriately trained. Taking your pup to an obedience class in your area involves a commitment of once a week. But is that enough? And will your dog get the one on one training that you want them to have?
For $60 per hour-long session, you can count on Wag! for terrific in-home instruction with a vetted and enthusiastic trainer. San Antonio dog trainers are ready to work with you and your pooch.
Find the right local dog trainer for you and chat in-app to book a session for your special pupster. Get your dog top-of-the-line training and schedule when it suits you best.
San Antonio’s second most visited attraction, right behind the Alamo, is the Riverwalk. No doubt it’s one of your favorite places to walk Fido, and for that reason, you will want to get your dog’s heeling skills down pat. Walking about San Antonio’s off-leash dog parks and trails is a highlight of living in the Lone Star state. Having a dog who can bark, “Howdy” to every person and canine they meet is a necessity.
Park rules in this dog-friendly city include licenses and up-to-date vaccines for every pup in town. No more than 2 dogs in the park per adult, and always keep the park enclosure clean by picking up after your pooch.
McCallister Dog Park is located in the 1,000-acre space of the same name. Take your pooch there to stretch their legs and practice agility training. This unique doggy playground is set up with hurdles, ramps, and more, perfect for training your doggo in all aspects of agility. Work on your furry buddy’s “wait” command as an essential part of the fun.
Looking for the pawfect trail for trekking? Burn off your dog’s extra energy while stimulating the senses on the path leading to Lady Bird Johnson Dog Park. It’s a large park, with 1.2 acres to explore. Being a busy location, the doggo enclosure is the ideal place to practice skills learned in obedience class. No doubt, Fido will make a friend or two as well!
San Antonio dog trainers on the Wag! platform are enthusiastic about putting your dog’s best interests first. Many happily volunteer at local shelters, caring for dogs that need a helping hand. Dog trainers with Wag! carry that kindness forward to your pup, and use their skills to train your special friend, too.
What accomplishments are you hoping to see in your pup first? Whether it’s learning to pee outside instead of in the house, or perfecting a recall, San Antonio trainers have got what it takes to get the job done.
San Antonio’s most popular pooch is the lovable Labrador Retriever, and who can deny their charm? These dogs are ready to join any game or activity. You only need to ask! That is precisely why this super-keen pooch makes an excellent therapy, comfort, or service dog.
Retrievers are much-loved in the state of Texas; the Golden Retriever finds a spot midway down the list of favorite companions for San Antonio pet parents. Other choices are the always-fun Shih Tzu and the huggable English Bulldog. Both of these independent breeds benefit from instruction and a knowledgeable human to care for them, so be sure to call on a trainer to give you a hand. With all of the walking opportunities in this bustling town, it’s guaranteed you will want to bring your well-behaved woofer wherever you go.
Ready to get started? Locate a dog trainer with Wag! to personalize a training program that puts your dog’s best paw forward.
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