Starting at the foundation of Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training
Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training is like building a house: one should start at the foundation. The ideal situation is if the Dog-K9 Canine can be presented for socialization training between the ages of 6 and 16 weeks. It however happens quite often that people want Braveheart to socialize Dog-K9 Canines that are already older than the maximum of 16 weeks. In such cases, Braveheart concentrates on doing Basic Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training – this is only possible if the Dog-K9 Canine is less than 24 weeks old.
Key aspects of presenting basic Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training
During the basic Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training period, Braveheart concentrates especially on the following aspects:
- Basic Obedience – you must be able to exercise full control over the Dog-K9 Canine.
- Distance Control – so that you can control the Dog-K9 Canine and give instructions from a distance
In practice, the natural process of socialization that did not happen is compensated for by teaching the Dog-K9 Canine basic obedience.
Our location for Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training
Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training is conducted at our Academy 35 km east of Pretoria (the Capital City of South Africa) close to the N4 highway towards Witbank. We offer Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training in Pretoria as well as Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training in Gauteng as a whole.
Kenneling and time factor during basic Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training
Kenneling and food during basic Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training by Braveheart are included in the training fee; which also creates the ideal opportunity to have your Dog-K9 Canine trained in basic obedience when you go on holiday, saving you kenneling fees for the training period – the Dog-K9 Canine can also be kenneled for a further period if arranged beforehand.
Basic Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training takes approximately 4 weeks*.
*NB: Training is proficiency based (until the Dog-K9 Canine has been trained to the level of its natural ability), NOT for a predetermined period of time.
Accreditation and qualifications of the presenters of Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training
Braveheart Bio-Dog-K9 Canine Academy is accredited by PSIRA (Private Security Industry Regulating Authority) as well as by SASSETA (Safety and Security Sector Education and Training Authority).
John Greyenstein, the owner of Braveheart Bio-Dog-K9 Canine Academy has a Master’s Degree in Genetics, and did his thesis on working Dog-K9 Canines. He is one of the most highly accredited Dog-K9 Canine trainers in South Africa. And also facilitates Dog-K9 Canine training abroad. John personally evaluates all Dog-K9 Canines, and all basic Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training takes place under his personal supervision.
Coaching the “family” of the Dog-K9 Canine after its basic Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training
You and your family’s coaching takes place when you fetch the Dog-K9 Canine after completion of its training, and takes approximately 1 hour. This comprises firstly theoretical training in our lecture room – to enable you to give scientifically sound instructions. We also answer any questions you may have.
Next, we give you practical training at our outdoor training facility to enable you to control your Dog-K9 Canine in real life situations, and to enable you to do everything with the Dog-K9 Canine that we have taught it. On completion, you will be able to do continuous training with your Dog-K9 Canine at home.
A FREE follow-up training session is presented approximately 14 days after the Dog-K9 Canine has been fetched.
Braveheart Bio-Dog-K9 Canine Academy is undisputedly one of the world leaders in presenting basic Obedience Dog-K9 Canine Training.