In our opinion, the best thing for you is to be with your dog at every moment of your training. Moreover, not as a audience in training; directly as  the trainer of your Dog .

You can train your dog at the professional level (accompanied by expert instructors who will guide you through every step of the training). That's exactly what we're saying:

”We train people, not only dogs!“

Advanced obedience training is the second step of the professional training series. At the end of this training, your dog will have learned how to carry out all the commands that he learned to obey with the leash during basic obedience training without any leash.

As a result, your dog is not only at home and alone; it will fulfill all your commands happily and perfectly, even when you are near other people and dogs, that is between many distractions and distractors.

Advanced Obedience training is completed at 15 - 18 training hours.

Advanced Obedience Training Commands:

  • "Heel"
  • "Sit “
  • “Sit/ Stay”
  • "Down"
  • “Down /stay”
  • “Sit”( while laying down)
  • "Front"
  • ”Place”
  • "Come"
  • "Up"
  • "Free"

COMMANDS

Your dog, who got the “heel” command, walks to your left and attached your knee without pulling the leash. Your dog moves in full harmony with you; When you accelerate, it accelerates, runs when you run and slows down when you slow down. It automatically sits on your left and parallel with you when you stop.
Your dog, who got the “sit”own command, sits on your left properly.
Your dog who sits on your left properly, will wait for the next command from you. It can wait a minimum of 20 minutes without a new command. This period can be extended by additional studies if desired. Your dog, who got a Sit /Stay command, has learned not to be affected by distractions (other dogs, animals or people).
Your sitting dog will lay down properly with your command.
Your laying dog starts to wait for the next command from you. It can wait a minimum of 20 minutes without a new command. This period can be extended by additional studies if desired. Your dog, who got a Down / stay command, has learned not to be affected by distractions (other dogs, animals or people).
Your laying dog will then take the sitting position again.
Your dog, sitting or lying down on ypur left, sits down in front of you and waits for your next command.
When your dog sitting or lying in front of you, command him/her to “Place” and your dog come and sits down properly on your left.
Your dog, who is away from the leash distance and receives the “Come” command, comes quickly and happily to sit in front of you and wait for your next command.
“Hop” is a command used to jump over the obstacles of the pentathlon.
Your dog who got the “Free” command gets out of "Command Mode"