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You’re a dog trainer? Can you train my kids too?


We get this question all the time! The truth is, YES! Yes, we can train your kids and we love it!

For some trainers working with kids can be intimidating, especially if they are unfamiliar with their silly antics. We know firsthand how challenging it can be to raise children while raising dogs. Of course, we would be lying to say it is always easy, however, it does not have to feel impossible. Plus, it can be fun!

During our initial consultation, we will create custom management solutions for a safe and controlled environment for children and dogs to interact. This ensures that all interactions are positive and enjoyable for both parties. Our goal is to work in the proactive zone, instead of the reactive zone. We will focus on building trust, setting clear boundaries, and fostering a loving connection between young ones and their beloved pets.

We teach children how to use positive reinforcement and build lifelong relationships with their dogs. During our private training sessions, we use fun games, handouts made specifically for kids, and fake dogs to teach children how to handle dogs appropriately.

The benefits of including your children in your training plan are endless.

Here are a few:

Benefits for Children:
Working with dogs can teach children valuable life skills, such as empathy, responsibility, and patience. Through positive reinforcement training, kids can learn to communicate effectively with their canine companions and develop a sense of empathy towards animals.

Benefits for Dogs:
Dogs thrive on positive interactions and rewards. By using positive reinforcement techniques, we can help dogs feel safe, loved, and understood. This approach enhances their confidence, reduces anxiety, and builds a strong foundation for a healthy relationship with their young human counterparts.

There are so many wins when having the whole family on board!


Interested in learning more? Contact us today at Info@CohesiveCanineTraining.com
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