Off-Leash Dog Training, is becoming more popular and popular these days. I have been around dogs a long time. Years ago, if a dog was off-the-leash you assumed the dog broke off. Today many pet owners are opting for off-leash dog training. The benefits are extreme. Off-Leash Dog Training allows your puppy and dog to participate in many events that restrict on-leash trained dogs. For example, frisbee playing, swimming, hiking (ok, maybe that can be done on-the-leash, but it is probably alot better off-the-leash), running on a beach, etc...These are the recreational, fun activities. There are many safety advantages to having an off-leashed trained dog. Some include the ability to stop your dog in their tracks as they begin to approach danger. Also your family or friends will enjoy the benefit of you being able to control and prevent your dog from jumping on them as they enter your home.