Nikki and I took obedience classes. After we graduated, we made it a routine to practice everything we learned in class at least every other day.
Definitely not. Any time is good. The sooner the better obviously just because they seem to be less afraid of things the younger they are. But better late than never. Like we are having issues with dogs now with Nelson. People he is fine, dogs he is afraid of and not coming across too friendly with them. But we are working on it, and if left alone it could lead to problems later on. So I am glad we signed up when we did. Nelson was 7 months when we started. And we might be going back again in August if we don't get enough of the "socialization" aspect out of the class. So he'll be like 10 months by then. No time it too late. Older dogs can even benefit from some obedience classes, if just for socializing even, if not training.suzan how long were the classes . Dolce will be eight months tomm , do u think its too late for me to enroll him ?
Here's an interesting article on training, written by Bisou's trainer.
My blog - Edmond Kan - My official artist profile - alivenotdead.com
he talks about the different methods people use and where to train them. he's a really good trainer and worked some wonders with Bisou's issues. (thank goodness)
PS-he's not only a trainer, but actor/model/ etc..hence the blog/website he has.