Dog Training

The ideal dog

Are you looking for a well trained dog – one that listens, doesn’t jump on people, comes when called, and plays nicely?

How about a properly trained dog that will not rush the open door or that can greet your 5-year-old niece without scaring or knocking her over?

Do you want a dog  that will behave politely around other dogs and walk calmly on a leash without dislocating your shoulder?

We can help! Dog training benefits both your dog and your family – it allows you to live together harmoniously.  We believe that a well-trained dog is one that is capable of making good decisions on his own – without constant feedback from his owner.  A trained dog is a companion who can enjoy infinitely more freedom, which leads to a happier dog and owner.

How we can Help you with dog Training

Day Training


 Let us guide you on the path to a better behaved dog today!

We offer flexible dog training programs tailored to fit your needs with knowledgeable, professional trainers. Our methods are scientifically-grounded in animal learning theory. We utilize a coercion-free, reward-based training system that achieves the most positive results for both dog and human participants. Our focus is on preparing you to face real-life situations outside of training lessons. We will outfit you with the tools to ensure that you and your dog understand each other and live harmoniously.

Programs include components to address the most common behavioral challenges, such as:

  • Barking
  • Jumping
  • Mouthing
  • Chewing
  • House-training
  • Leash-walking
  • …And more!

 

 

 

 

 

In addition to basic manners, we can help you tackle tougher issues, like aggression, fear, and anxiety problems. Some common issues we handle include:

 

  • Shyness and fear
  • Reactivity
  • Handling issues
  • Possessiveness of food, places or toys
  • Human or dog directed aggression
  • Separation Anxiety

 

Our goal is to help you effectively communicate with your dog, to teach him the rules of living with humans – both in your home and outside of it. This effectively requires you to teach your dog an entirely new language (English) while learning another yourself (dog body language)! Don’t despair, we are here to help!  Have questions?  Contact us!

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