In 2010, Pet Behavior Solutions developed an innovative program called EduCare for Dogs™. This program combines fun and effective training, guided socialization, and safe, educational group play.
Dog owners recognize and appreciate the needs of their dogs. As owners have gotten busier, dog daycare has increased in popularity. Daycare can provide wonderful enrichment in a dog's life, but if not expertly run, can also result in several problems. When dogs are left to play wildly all day without proper supervision and expert intervention it can result in stressed, over-stimulated dogs, dogs with poor impulse control, and dogs who forget their "house manners." Often daycares have a large number of dogs in a relatively small environment. Good dogs can have terrible experiences and shy dogs can develop aggressive behaviors in an overwhelming, chaotic environment. EduCare for Dogs™ addresses all of these issues!
Top Four Benefits of EduCare for Dogs™
1. Dogs enjoy socialization, guided play, and interaction.
2. Our staff to dog ratio is a maximum of 8 dogs to 1 staff member (8:1). The industry recommended ratio is 15:1. Most daycares are closer to 20:1.
3. In addition to teaching basic obedience, we have an innovative curriculum of training activities that teach problem solving, impulse control, and calm behavior all in a non-competitive environment!
4. All activities and training are fun and educational for your dogs.
Why is EduCare different?
Because of our staff's highly trained behavior expertise in addition to our staff to dog ratio (8:1) we are able to guide all interaction and socialization. We match dogs appropriately as well as stop or "cool down" rough or intense play.
Dogs are taught their basic obedience skills if they don't know them. These skills are utilized in our innovative curriculum of activities and games that teach problem solving, encourage impulse control, and teach calm behavior... all in a non-competitive environment!
The activities are fun and educational and the extra obedience and manners training will work nicely for you in your home when you work with your dog!
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