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Fine-tuned Canines, LLC
4131 6th AVE SE Naples, FL 34117 US
FINE-TUNED CANINES, LLC - Naples Florida and Fort Myers Florida dog training & dog psychology
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Entries in German Shepherd dog training (5)

German Shepherd finds a lot of new confidence after training at FINE-TUNED CANINES

This lovely German Shepherd Dog (female) named Klarity had some insecurities prior to training at FINE-TUNED CANINES:
  • she was scared of water (had no previous swimming experience and she would even protest about being hosed off: she did not want to be near the water at all)
  • she was unsure about other dogs too

Here's Klarity showing her new confidence and it is the joy to see!

Training in public places with a German Shepherd Dog (Naples, Florida)

This video is about Klarity the German Shepherd Dog (around 6 month old at the time of training) and real-world dog training in public places in Naples, FL at FINE-TUNED CANINES Board and Train dog training program. This dog used to be very anxious around cars and would avoid being around them. She would protest by vocalizing and pulling on a leash away from the cars. Here she's showing new calmness and confidence in the environment filled with distractions: noise, smells, movments, cars, dogs, people, etc. Klarity benefited from proper socialization experiences as well, confidence building, obedience training, impulse control around distractions, learning to follow human leadership and from learning how to be calm and relaxed.

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Dog obedience and distractions with German Shepherd Dog Klarity

Klarity the German Shepherd Dog and impulse control around distractions (lawn mowers, movement, people, noise, etc.). Klarity is practicing “place”, focus and calmness around various distractions. She gained so much confidence too.

German Shepherd Dog, Klarity and friends and off-leash dog training

Klarity (German Shepherd Dog female), our wonderful Board and Train TOTAL FINE-TUNING dog training program student is practicing off-leash obedience skills together with 3 outher dogs: Belle (Hound mix), Shakti (Shiloh Shepherd female) and Chopper (English working cocker spaniel). Prior to training at FINE-TUNED CANINES, Klarity was shy around dogs and avoided interaction with them. Now Klarity is confident around them, she's benefiting from proper socialization at FINE-TUNED CANINES dog training in Naples, Florida and she's already performing well off-leash. Here all dogs practice the most important command: Come! and also going to a place on command, focus, impulse control, etc. What a great, great job Klarity. And Klarity is only a 6 month old dog!

Thor the German Shepherd canine Board and Train student

Updated on Sunday, February 5, 2012 at 7:53 AM by Registered CommenterFINE-TUNED CANINES

Updated on Saturday, March 3, 2012 at 6:45 PM by Registered CommenterFINE-TUNED CANINES

Fine-tuned Canines has just welcomed Thor, an 11 month old German Shepherd from the east coast of Florida to our facility in Naples, Florida. Thor, a member of the herding group, is an inquisitive, curious, Shepherd that has good energy. He is learning to look to Lexi, his trainer and current pack leader for direction and guidance. He has already experienced the natural distractions of seeing deer and an eagle during training and is becoming more disciplined and self-controlled.

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