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Understanding what your pet needs

Dogs crave love, play, attention and companionship. They are mentally wired to live in packs with a dominant male / female leader. Your pet looks to you for direction. Without bonding & attention, your pet may develop behavioural problems. Nearly all behavior problems (constant barking, howling, and destructive acts) are normal emotional manifestations of pack behaviour that occur at the wrong time or place or are directed at the wrong thing. The key to preventing or treating this is learning to teach the dog to redirect its normal behavior to acceptable outlets.

One of the best things you can do for your pet is to obedience train it. Obedience training can be the door that opens up a line of communication between you and your dog. Effective communication is necessary to instruct your dog what you want it to do.

Training is also a quick way to establish the social rank order. When your dog obeys simple request of "come, stay, sit", it is showing deference to you, establishing yourself pack leader without the use of aggressive methods.

Your household is your dog's pack. Your pet wants to fit in, to obey you, the alpha. Teach your dog its subordinate role by training it to show submission to you. Most dogs love performing tricks for you to pleasantly accept that you an in charge.

Training should be fun and rewarding for you and your dog. It can enrich your relationship and make bonding together more enjoyable. A well-trained dog is more confident and can safely be allowed a greater amount of freedom than an untrained animal.

Mili, my labrador pet, with friend.

Watch how Mili, my pet dog, has adjusted to my other family pets

"I have had very good experiences with Meera and her work. She has managed a very fast and close relation to my two dogs and has trained them following behavioral methods. And, she only worked when I was present. She only worked with positive enhancement. She could give me detailed advice how to handle the dogs and how I could include the training sessions in my daily life.
She had several tips and concrete examples for the behavioral problems."

- Saskia Häger, German resident in Pune, India.

"I remember our first meeting. We had two dogs to be trained. One was a lab called Tiger and one was a spitz called Tojo. The first time Meera came Tiger, being the very friendly type, went directly to her. While she was patting Tiger, Tojo tried to imitate him and did the same. That is when she pushed him away.

I was a bit put off by it. I thought what kind of a trainer would push a dog away? BUT when she explained that this had to be done so that they both understood they needed to take turns, I was impressed. It was amazing the way both Tiger and Tojo were obeying and learning all the basic skills.

I never knew that such basic things could be so important. I realized the importance of not letting your dog pull you on the leash when I hurt myself one day taking tojo for a walk. Had he not been trained, he would have pulled continuously on the leash. I might have aggravated my injury. That was the day I thanked the stars for letting us meet Meera. Not only did she teach Tojo the basic skills, she also taught me how to handle his aggressivness. That helped get some really good habits in very early in his age. Now when everybody says Tojo is a very well mannered dog, I thank Meera.

Thanks a lot for helping me be Alpha and take care of Tojo in a better way! My best wishes are always with you."

-Dr Ketki Wagh, Ayurvedic Practitioner.

"Meera has been like “The Dog Whisperer” with my cocker spaniel. Within a few training sessions she transformed my energetic pup from acting like a champion sled dog who pulled me along to a lady who walked gently at my side. She has established a great rapport with my dog and has taught her how to be a well-behaved member of the family.
Meera has also been flexible when I have added a few foster puppies into the mix and helped train them as well.
Soon I will be returning to America and Meera has helped with advice for taking my Indian dog and cat with me. She also took them to Mumbai on my behalf to get all the required paperwork. I have been very impressed with Meera and the results she has achieved!"

-Rochelle Fernands.

"I have known Meera Thosar for over 5 years. From her very first day on the trainer course, her passion for dogs and thirst for knowledge impressed me. Over the years, her aptitude to communicate with and train a dog has grown in leaps and bounds.
Meera's unstinting dedication to help people and dogs makes her stand out amongst her peers.

A trainer is noticed by the way her dog behaves and Meera's training skills can be accounted for in her lovely and well mannered Labrador, Mili."

- Shirin Merchant - India's Pioneer Canine Behaviourist and Trainer.