Contrary to popular belief, the Doberman Pinscher can be a kind, loving, and loyal dog. They are working dogs that are very open to training. While such dogs have been stereotyped as aggressive, fighting dogs, which may happen if you improperly train a Doberman, with proper attention a Doberman can really be man or woman's best friend.
Whether your Doberman is a working dog or a family pet, proper training is crucial. Prodogz offers specialized training for Doberman owners who live in Southern Oregon and the entire Rogue Valley. Our training principles are based on engagement and science.
If your Doberman puppy is under six months of age, and they qualify for our 3 puppy preschool class. This class is designed to help Doberman owners work on engagement, biting, crate training and jumping. We also play some confidence building games along with giving your puppy an opportunity to socialize with other puppies in their age group.
Is your Doberman puppy over six months of age? Then they would qualify for our basic obedience class. Our basic obedience class is a four-week class where we cover behaviors such as sit, down, come and many other behaviors. Our science-based training class helps you and your dog gain life skills.
Is your Doberman not right for a group class? In these cases, private sessions are the best choice for you and your dog. In private sessions we can address reactivity, aggression, resource guarding or the simple basics..
So if you own a Doberman or Doberman mix then call Prodogz today to schedule your private one-on-one session or to sign up for one of our basic obedience classes. Call Jason at 541-608-2857 Email: JasonLake@charter.net.