This is the part where you take responsibility for yourself and your Dog. We will be responsible adult humans. You will be responsible adult humans. We all agree to play nice. Please keep yourself and your dog safe.
UTAH IS A STRICT LIABILITY STATE
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Owner Responsibility Owner expressly understands, acknowledges and agrees that Owner is at all times responsible for the actions of the Dog(s). Owner is responsible for any injuries or expenses resulting from socialization, boarding, daycare or training of the Dog(s). Owner understands and acknowledges that dogs participating in physical exercises may be injured by running, jumping, chasing a ball etc. Dogs that are not fully crate trained or stressed may attempt to escape or perform self-harm behaviors, such as rubbing their nose or chewing on the crate. Owner understands that there are certain risks associated with allowing the freedom of dogs interacting with other dogs. Even with constant supervision, nips, scratches, muscle soreness, disease, and physical altercations may occur. Accordingly, Owner expressly promises and warrants that Owner shall indemnify and hold harmless Superhero Dog Academy for any and all such injuries. Owner also agrees to assume sole responsibility for injury or damage caused by Owner, children, or by Dog, and further agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Superhero Dog Academy for property damage, personal injury, loss, liability or expense, including legal cost and attorney’s fees. Owner agrees to be solely responsible for the payment of all medical bills for their pet and release Superhero Dog Academy and its staff from any and all responsibility for claims, damages, debts, arising out of or related to such medical care, including, but not limited to, transportation to/from the veterinarian clinic and choice of veterinarian hospital. You release, indemnify and hold Superhero Dog Academy harmless from any and all manner of damages, claims, losses, liabilities, costs or expenses, causes of action or suits, whatsoever in law or equity (including, without limitation, attorney’s fees and related costs) arising out of or relating to the services provided by Superhero Dog Academy except which may arise from the sole gross negligence or intentional and willful misconduct of Superhero Dog Academy. Superhero Dog Academy is not liable for: (I) any inaccuracy in any statement or information provided by Owner to Superhero Dog Academy (II) destruction of property, dog bites, and transmission of disease, and (III) any action by Owner which is in breach of the terms and conditions of this Agreement. Owner acknowledges that this agreement covers the current relationship between Superhero Dog Academy and Owner reaffirms the terms of the agreement and the truthfulness and accuracy of all statements made by Owner with each new booking.
No Guarantees It is impossible to predict how any animal, including dogs, will respond in every situation. It is impossible to guarantee any animal’s future health, temperament or behaviors. It is impossible and unethical to guarantee results of training or behavior modification for any animal or person. Owner understands that there are no guarantees of specific results being given by Superhero Dog Academy. Owner will be required to do follow up sessions to achieve training goals. Owner acknowledges that the majority likelihood of success lies with Owner’s ability to be committed and consistent with the training techniques described. Owner understands that for the training to be most effective, everyone in the household should be present, attentive, and committed to the process. It is imperative that anyone outside of the home (other dog care providers, household staff, friends/family, etc.) who is in regular contact with dog(s) also understand and be consistent in the training methods described if maximum success is to be achieved.
Recommendations All behavioral advice and training suggestions are provided at the Owner's own risk. Owner understands that Trainer and employees of Superhero Dog Academy are not veterinarians, certified canine nutritionists or certified behaviorists. Owner will discuss any and all changes to your canine’s diet, exercise regimen, supplements, medications, or lifestyle with a qualified canine professional before implementing any suggested or offered changes, additions, or alterations to your canine’s lifestyle. Use of this information is voluntary and neither Superhero Dog Academy, its employees nor Trainer is responsible for injury to any human or animal.
Photo and Video Release Owner hereby grants Superhero Dog Academy the absolute right and permission to copyright, use, re-use, publish, and republish videos, photographic portraits or pictures of my pets taken during consultations, training sessions, and in relation to other contexts. The photos and videos may be used for advertising, marketing, educational, trade, or any other purposes whatsoever without compensation to Owner.
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What to look for in a R+ Positive reinforcement professional dog training company in Salt Lake City, UT. Positive reinforcement training should be lots of fun for you and your dog!
Obedience commands can be taught to dogs young and old (yes old dogs can learn new tricks!). Puppy training at 8 weeks can make good obedience skills for the life of your dog. Don't wait to start puppy training. Teach a puppy to stop biting. Don't let puppy biting become a fun game. If your puppy is biting, just walk away from them or place them in a safe area like a dog kennel or puppy playpen. Puppy potty training and crate training go together. Make a potty routine. 8 week old puppies should be taken outside to go potty about every hour. After they go potty, puppies can have free play time! When your puppy is all tired out, give them a meal or some yummy treats or chews. Nap time!
Yes we can help with behavior issues!
Separation anxiety training should use desensitization and counterconditioning. Practice leaving in very small time increments. Give your dog enrichment activities to keep them busy while you are gone. Snuffle mats, silicone lick mats, Kongs, bones, chews, treat dispensing balls, or homemade dog puzzles can all stop dog from chewing or destroying the house.
Many dog owners struggle with dog aggression. Reactivity and aggression can look very similar. How can you tell if a dog is aggressive? Schedule a free consult with Superhero Dog Academy to help tell the difference between an excited dog, a fearful dog, and an aggressive dog.
Resource guarding is when a dog has something valuable, like a bowl of dog food, a bone or favorite toy that they are scared will be taken away. Resource guarding is the fear of losing something. Train resource guarding by offering lots of yummy treats while your dog enjoys their favorite item. Good timing is important for resource guarding so be sure to consult with a professional dog trainer.
Looking for a dog board and train in Salt Lake City Utah? We only use positive reinforcement WITHOUT e-collars! Boot camp sounds like no fun to us. We are Puppy Preschool teachers at Superhero Dog Academy! No Alphas around here, just really awesome Sidekick Humans.
Teach a puppy to fetch. We use fun games like fetch and positive reinforcement dog training to teach obedience like Stay, Come and Drop. Learn American Sign Language hand signs for dog obedience commands. Dogs respond better to visual cues like hand signs.
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