Why Working Dogs Need A Job

Bloodhounds, Labrador Retrievers, and German Shepherds are some most popular dog breeds for working dogs. Unlike an ordinary family pet, a working dog is a dog that is bred specifically to learn and perform tasks. These tasks may include but are not limited to guarding property, herding livestock or assisting people in their daily lives.

Give your working dog a job with our Cincinnati dog training program!

Golden Retrievers and Border Collies are two working breeds of dogs. They make great pets for active families that are willing to put the training into them. If they are kept mentally stimulated they will be your very best friend!

Raise The Bar Dog Training has worked with a variety of dog breeds. We have trained several working dogs using our training method that has been successful for over 27 years. Raise The Bar Dog Training believes that every dog is unique which is why we create a customized training plan. Our training plan will focus specifically on your dog’s needs and we will work with your dog to rectify and fix any behavioral problems.

Working dogs are genetically built to fulfill a purpose and to carry out a job. Once we are able to discover your dog’s “job,” you will definitely see a change in your dog’s behavior. If a working dog does not receive adequate mental stimulation or a “job” they may develop several behavior problems such as anxiety, destructive behavior, and/or hyperactivity.

Our Cincinnati dog trainer is committed to training your dog and educating and providing you with the skills needed to train your dog on your own. Here at Raise The Bar Dog Training we believe that training the dog’s human is just as important as training the dog. We are committed to working with you and your dog until your dog is fully trained and you are able to effectively handle your dog on your own with our support.

We offer all in-home dog training throughout the Cincinnati area. Give us a call today at 800.649.7297 to discuss your working dog’s behavioral issues and we will help you discover your dog’s purpose.