Vision Statement for My Dog


Vision Statement for My Dog | Free Download

What do you want your dog to DO? Rather than focusing on what you don’t want, focus on what you DO want. In order to successfully train your dog, you need to have a goal to move toward. Reaching that goal may take 6 – 12 months but it will never be reached if you don’t know where you are headed. So let’s define the goal.


Vision Statement for My Dog | Free Download

Think about developing life-long habits. You may have an “old” couch now that you don’t care about, but if you get new furniture in your dog’s lifetime will he still be allowed on it?

Jumping on you might be cute right now when your puppy is only 15 pounds, but will it still be ok when he weighs 75# or jumps
on the kids?

Perhaps you feel sorry for your newly adopted dog
and allow him to chew on an old shoe for comfort and entertainment…but will it be tolerable when he grabs the nice new boots and chews them up?

Dogs don’t know the difference between the old and the new. They are simply developing habits of what
is allowed. Developing these habits takes time. And changing habits may take even longer, so it is easier to start with the end goals in mind.

There are no absolute right or wrong answers as you fill in the blanks below. But think about developing habits in your dog that you want to live with for the next 10 to 15 years.

Create an image in your mind of how you want your adult dog to behave then answer the following questions:


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