Vince Rambala Dog Training 201-337-7299
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Hope & Vince, hard at work on the agility course.
Wyatt using Vince as a pillow
Hope lying on the boat.
Private In-Home Training or Group Classes
Specializes in good manners, problem solving and working with families.
New Basic Obedience Classes Starting
Ringwood December 21, 2013
Hillsdale December 4, 2013
*Now offering weekday classes and private lessons. Call for details.
Hope & Wyatt
your dog is beyond help or too old to be trained? Meet Hope
(Great Pyrenees) and
Both were abused/neglected as pups and adopted by Vince when they
were adults. They are Vince's training partners - they LOVE
other dogs and people, especially children. They are both Certified
Pet Therapy Dogs. Come meet them and see what Vince's training can
do. Learn how to communicate with your dog - see life through
Don't let your leash control your dog - let your RELATIONSHIP
Training your dog is all about building a way for you and your dog to communicate and understand one other. Proper training establishes a lasting bond between you and your pet and can be very rewarding for both of you. Love, praise and affection motivate dogs to respond to you, learn what you expect of them and solve problems. The goal is to teach your dog to be a well-behaved wonderful companion and loving family member. Everyone can do this!
Rules for Success
NEVER HIT OR YELL AT YOUR DOG. Physical or verbal abuse can NEVER be part of your relationship with your dog. Abuse destroys love and trust. How is your dog expected to learn if he/she is afraid of you? Why should a dog "come" to you if you have been abusive? Yelling is indeed abusive - if you are yelling, you are hurting your dog.
Fun! Fun! Fun! You are NOW beginning a NEW relationship. This form of communication is a new way of life for both you and your pet. Talk to your dog - praise him/her for good behavior. It takes time and PATIENCE. Enjoy the training process - it should be fun for both YOU and YOUR DOG.
You are expected to practice at least 30 minutes each day. This should be broken into 5 to 10 minute sessions. This is a new way of life, not just practice sessions. Remember - your dog has more hours doing what he/she wants then being trained.
Spoiling your dog is fine! If you can't spoil your dog, who can you spoil? The best part about owning a dog is the love they show you. Who wouldn't want to indulge them? However, your dog should NEVER take advantage. Vince's dog sleep on the bed and couches - on HIS terms.
|Aspen was Vince's beautiful 10 year old Great Pyrenees. She
was a Certified Pet Therapy dog, a Canine Good Citizen and Vince's
training partner. Aspen loved to go to training with Vince and
taught him many things about behavior and how to communicate with
dogs. It was with Aspen's help that Vince became a trainer. On December 20, 2004, Vince lost his
beloved Aspen to cancer. Aspen was an
incredible dog and we were very fortunate to have had her in our lives.
While we mourn her passing, we celebrate her life. This site is
dedicated to her. She is greatly missed.
Vince is a
certified New Jersey Animal Control Officer and a member of the Association
of Pet Dog Trainers.
Vince Rambala Dog Training
P.O. Box 44
Oakland, New Jersey 07436
(201) 337-PAWW (7299)
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