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Is your dogs behavior causing you to not be happy?

Do you…

  • Hate it when your dog jumps on your guests?
  • Hate it when your dog begs at the table?
  • Get tired when your dog steals anything that you leave on the counter?
  • Wish that your dog would just listen?
  • Get embarrassed when your dog is out of control?
  • Wish your dog would come back when called?
  • Sick and tired of your dog ripping your arm out every time you go for a walk?
  • Get annoyed from constant barking?

Or

  • Tired or apologizing for your dogs bad behavior?
  • Dislike the idea of using harsh training methods to bring your dog under control?
  • Irritated because you have no control over your dogs behavior?
  • Want your dog to obey commands, no matter where you are?

Remember! if you aren't part of the solution, you are part of the problem!

We offer different programs & classes with different techniques to better any behavior.
The trainer will evaluate your dogs behavior in his/her environment. Almost all behavior can be fixed if patients and persistence are combined simultaneously. While some behaviors can be corrected others can only be modified. Either behavior is learned, manmade or related to genetics. We must also take in consideration that behavior also can be influenced by the environment. We address alls behaviors by making the changes first in the home with no distraction and later with distractions.

Example: Dog jumping up on people, why?

Most dogs jump up at people because they want to greet them at face level to say “hello”. It is a natural and instinctive behavior. Many dog owners reinforce this behavior by slapping their legs and encouraging their puppy to rush forward and jump up. This may be okay and cute while the puppy is small but ridicules once the puppy grows up.

 

 


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