A dog is an ideal companion to humans in so many ways. It not only fills the void but also provides you with a mental, physical, and emotional cushion to cope up with life. Wholesome cuddles, refreshing evening walks, and moments of laughter are all gifts from your canine furry friend.
Domesticated dogs are used to living close to humans, hereby they deeply understand and observe the environment. They give in a lot to bring ease to their humans. It’s easier to train a pet dog than that which lives in the wild/stray conditions. Dogs need training just like children require school. Measuring a dog’s intelligence, it has been found that they are pretty smart and can evaluate different situations pretty conveniently. However, the intelligence may vary from breed to breed, levels of intelligence can be estimated on instincts, obedience, and ability to adapt. They are quick learners and a little training can bring a big difference in a dog’s conduct. How quickly a dog responds depends on various factors such as age, environment, and time.
In Miami, Florida, Sandra and Jose run a doggy daycare, training, and boarding facility called Woof Pack. They are doing a pretty good job in providing professional training to our furry friends. They have a deep understanding of how dogs react in certain situations and the logical reasoning behind various behaviours. Their staff loves spending time with the doggos they have at their centre and those who visit them during the days. They moreover are pretty proficient at capturing some of the best dog family pictures, which they keep posting on social media to keep us updated on these lovely pooches. It’s unbelievable how these dogs are so obedient and well trained that they huddle up arrange, and stock-still during the whole process on picture days, better than our human kids even. The effort Woof Pack has been putting in, to coach these woofs is pretty obvious in these pictures
1. Perfect poser family!
Look at those smiles! That’s what’s a splendid family photo looks like
2. Newyear calls for celebrations!
Seems like their new year resolution is to keep their social media updated with the best doggo family pictures ever!
3. What’s a birthday party without birthday hats?
The bowties and hats are stealing our hearts! These graceful girls and boys exactly know how to put up a front for a good group photo
4. Celebrating the harvest
Saying hello to the new season with these goofy bleps and excited faces
5. They’ve been magnificently trained
These pooches are the true definition of grace!
6. Strike a pose and smile your tongues out
Even the children don’t stay still when it comes to family pictures, but these adorable woofs are pretty impressive for being so obedient and letting them click a perfect woof pack picture!
7. “Like humans, some dogs will learn faster than others,” stated Woofpack
We’re absolutely loving how they have been arranged according to different tones of fur for clicking the most adorable pupper picture of the Annual book!
Dogs are pack animals, they respond and learn quickly when arranged into groups and packs. That’s exactly the policy Woofpack adopts, they integrate dogs into groups and plans progressive learning lessons. Their training program as explained on their website – “This is an obedience training consisting of the basic commands such as “heel”, “sit”, “down”, “come”, “stay”, “leave it”, “no”. Like humans, some dogs will learn faster than others, but we will give them our best during the time they are with us to get them to learn the most they can.”
They furthermore state “We provide them with exercise so they are more receptive at the time of training and we expose them to different real-world situations so the good behaviour is not only when they are inside the home but when they go out as well. Any dog can be good between 4 walls, it’s when you take them out that the real challenge begins.”
Dog training is also goal-oriented. It’s a step-by-step process, which requires patience and determination. It’s essential to reinforce a positive attitude towards your dog, as the response rate is much higher when trainers adopt a positive approach. It’s better to reward your dog with treats through the learning process rather than punishing it.
8. “We provide them with exercise so they are more receptive at the time of training.”
Post-exercise chillings with the boys
9. “We expose them to different real-world situations so the good behavior is not only when they are inside the home but when they go out as well.”
Making memories together
10. “Any dog can be good between four walls, it’s when you take them out that the real challenge begins.”
It’s park time but let us just take selfie first!
11. They’re definitely up to something
Those eyes have a lot to say
12. Woof crew at a secret mission
These doggos exactly know how to pose for an official picture, Impressive!
13. Do you want to build a snowman?
Well of course! Snow calls snowmen and marking the snow with those adorable paws
14. Midwalk pictures are their fav
So much beauty in a single picture, can’t take it!!
15. Doggies day out
A fun day by the lake with pals and gals
Dogs are beautiful and responsive, we just need to have a clear understanding of how to communicate with them. They might not be able to understand our words but they do get the tone in which we converse with them, so it’s always better to be polite and use the language of love.
Dogs have gentle and kind hearts, but they too can become stubborn when not treated properly. The reason behind their aggressive behaviour can be due to the dominance we try to impose over our fuzzy friends. A majority of dog owners get frustrated over the fact that their dogs do not listen to them which is why they sometimes get harsh with their furry little companions and that’s not how you should treat a dog, ever. It’s always better to communicate with your dog and treat it kindly in order to yield better results. The more you try to bend them or boss them, the more it will be harder for your dog to understand.
In the end, we would like to know what struggles have you gone through while training your doggo? Do let us know in the comments below, there might be a professional trainer who might be reading this and chooses to help! Test your luck.