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The owner, Asit Bhattacharya, is an ardent dog lover and a Certified Dog Training Professional. After completing his academics, He chose his passion to be his profession and has been training professionally for the last 8 years. Besides providing Dog Training, he helps the Dog Owners teach the Handling Skills to better manage their dogs and thereby better understand their pet friends, as the saying goes: A dog is a man’s best friend, and He helps you make sure that you understand your four-legged best friend even better providing you with those simple tips and techniques. Mentioned below are the courses, Asit has completed that equips him with the skills along with the various articles on Training & Health.


Establishing Pack Structure with your family Pet. (By Ed Frawly)
2. Your Puppy 8 Weeks to 8 Months. (By Ed Frawly)
Basic Dog Obedience. (By Ed Frawly)
4. The Power of Training Dogs with Food. (By Michael Ellis)
5. The Power of Playing Tug with your Dog. (By Michael Ellis)
6. Building Drive, Grip and Focus. (By Bernhard Flinks )
7. Training a Competition Healing Dog. (By Tom Rose)
8. Dealing with Aggressive and Dominant Dogs. (By Ed Frawly)
9. Training the Jumps. ( By Michael Ellis)
10. Training the Retrieve. ( By Michael Ellis)
11. The Object Guard Dog Training. ( By Michael Ellis)
12. How to raise a working Puppy. (By Ed Frawly)
13. The first step of Bite Training. (By Ed Frawly)
14. The Power Of Training Dogs With Markers. (By Michael Ellis )




1. How we Manage Dogs in Our Home- A Road Map to Success. (By Ed Frawly)
2. Basic Dog Obedience. (By Ed Frawly)


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Basic Obedience

Phase of Training

Different Trainers have their different training systems & they have their own logic for that system. The system of dog training I use to train a dog is “Marker” based balance training, the way I learned from Leerburg University certification & self-study courses. Before I pick up any courses I always go  through many training schools and I have always found “Leerburg” the best for their updated and scientific logics for training dogs..

The Phases of Training:

1.       Learning

2.       Distraction

3.       Correction


Learning phase starts in a non-distracted area where the dog can focus on me rather than any other noises or things. In the learning phase I never correct a dog for not performing any command rather I give him more repetitions & chances to make it done. In this phase I try to concentrate on building bonding, engagement & drive. When it’s done and I feel 100% sure that the dog knows the command what I have taught him I skip to the distraction phase which means the dog has to perform  all the behaviours(which I taught him in non-distracted area) in distracted area but keep in mind to introduce the dog gradually from minimal distraction to higher. There are many levels of distractions and you don’t want to introduce your dog to a higher level of distraction on the very first day of distraction training. So be consistent but go gradually in consecutive steps. When learning & distraction phase is over and you know your dog performs behaviour in any distraction when asked but he is suddenly refusing to perform your command then it might be the time to introduce corrections but with that said you need to understand the actual reason why is he not performing, is he challenging your leadership or he is just stressed enough by environmental stressors and cannot concentrate. Introducing a correction is lot more easier than understanding the proper reason for refusal. If you correct or over correct a dog for wrong reason and timing, it could have a negative effect on the bonding between the handler & the dog. So try to seek  professional help while you train your dog by your own.

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