1. Obtain control of your dog by gaining trust and increasing focus.
2. Prevent injuries to your body from dog getting underfoot, jumping up, and sudden lunging movements on or off leash.
3. Decrease chances that your dog will engage in a fight with another dog.
4. Decrease dog’s fearfulness, aggression, and possibilities of a bite.
5. Decrease separation stress.
6. Decrease stress during veterinary and grooming procedures, minimizing the need for restraint, muzzling, and sedation.
7. Decrease your dog’s desire to roam from the house, yard or you.
8. Freedom to take your dog with you to public places.
9. Increase chances of re-homing your dog to a great family should you no longer be able to care for him for any reason.
10. Less destruction in your home and yard.
11. And....MY FAVORITE.....discovering how smart your dog is and how smart you are!
Hugs to you and your dogs.