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Tucker Pup's offers dog training in Chicago that can help you overcome leash reactivity, pulling on leash, jumping, aggresion, separation anxiety, and many more behaviors.
Our Senior Trainer Discusses Behaviors We Address
No doubt, dogs are great companions, but they can be challenging. They don't speak English, and are not born knowing the rules and expectations of humans. If you don't teach them in language they can understand, the problems only become worse and worse. Many people suffer through these behaviors for years, which can negatively impact their lives as well as their dogs' lives.
Customized Training Solution
It doesn't have to be that way! Our program is designed to help you resolve these challenges. We can create a fully customized solution for you that can combine group classes and private lessons, and you can pick and choose which you want to work on and how you want to progress.
- Aggression / Dominance
- Towards dogs, including in play or on a walk
- Towards people (e.g, strangers, postal service, children, etc.)
- Play biting
- Coming to you
- Come immediately when calling your dog's name, including when walking or running away from you
- Fetch objects such as a frisbee or ball
- Loud noises (e.g., the vacuum, thunder, fireworks)
- Touching (e.g., feet, ears, teeth)
- Collar handling
- Crate training
- Fears (e.g., cardboard boxes, linoleum floor, children)
- Get off and stay off your furniture, the counter, the table, etc.
- Go to a place
- To your mat
- Through a door
- To your crate
- Into the car
- New baby
- New dog or other pet
- New house / neighborhood / environment
- Not jumping on people
- Leaving objects alone unless given permission
- Drop an item from your mouth
- Chewing objects in your house (shoes, furniture, etc.)
- Peeing in your home / marking
- Potty training (puppies)
- Separation anxiety
- Settle down
- Stay in a sitting or down position, including when you walk away
- Shake hands
- Roll over
- Balance treat on head or nose
- And more
- Wait for permission
- Before getting out of the car
- Before going through a door
- Before eating
- Wait patiently while I do something (e.g., talk with my friend, eat at a restaurant)
- Walking at your side, without pulling
- Walking through a crowd
- Waiting before crossing the street
- Accepting a human stranger
- Accepting a dog stranger
- Walking past loud noises, such as the "El" tracks
- Being in a confined space, such as the elevator, including with another dog
Amazing! Can Your Dog Do That?
If you haven't gone through our training program, you don't know what you're missing! Why suffer through years of frustration? Your dog can learn self-control, listening, and a comprehensive skill set, just like the dogs in this video.
Ready to transform your dog?