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Our dog training programs are designed to accommodate dogs of all breeds and sizes, from tea cup dogs to large breeds.

Training programs are customized to fit you and your pet since every pet/owner’s needs are different. Best of all, the training programs of Far Fetched Tales Dog Training provide you with new skills to effectively communicate with your dog and create a better relationship for your family and pet. Whether you attend a group class or a private lesson our training techniques are individualized for you and your dog.

“Our Location is Your Front Door.” Private Lessons call 904-352-7631 for scheduling. Group Lesson registration is available on line by clicking on the calendar tab at the top of this page. (Must view site in Desktop mode to see this)

Far Fetched Tales Dog Training uses applied techniques and studies in a positive training application and soft approach, which if you change the environment your approach changes. Shaping and capturing behaviors means waiting for your dog to perform a certain behavior, and rewarding it so he will repeat it again. It won’t work for everything you want to teach your dog, but you may be surprised at how quickly your dog learns to do new things! With shaping and capturing, you are taking one task and breaking it down into several smaller steps. It’s a wonderful method for reaching your dog’s hidden talents!

Most behavior problems can be solved with exercise. Your dog needs daily exercise. For most dogs, as little as 20 to 30 minutes of daily brisk walking is all it takes to boost immune function, improve cardiovascular health, and reduce many behavioral problems.

Far Fetched Tales Dog Training can assist you with solutions to house soiling, jumping, excessive barking, fear, chewing, crate training, separation anxiety, destructive behavior and dog to dog aggression of various breeds.

Far Fetched Tales Dog Training creating and encouraging life time bonds between canine companions and their owners.

 

Recent Blog Post

Agility Training and the See Saw-Teeter

Sunday, July 5th, 2015

Lots of treats & positive reinforcement!!! Teaching dogs to perform the various agility obstacles can be lots of fun for both you and your dog however, it’s very important that dogs are introduced to new obstacles in a way that will not frighten them. To avoid injuries, it’s also very important to teach your dog [...]

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