Sign onto a program of one of my basic dog training packages, a series of 3, 4, 5, or 6+ sessions, or begin with a one-time consultation. Either way, I’ll help you structure a series that takes in your personal specifications and meets your dog’s needs. Call or email me and let’s get started!
Book a series package or begin with a consultation and then decide how you want to proceed. Call or email me, and I’ll help you put together a program that meets your needs and prepares you for those of your new puppy.
Preparing for the New Puppy’s Arrival:
Basic essentials like puppy-proofing your home and preparing the area(s) where your puppy will sleep, eat and play
When to Begin:
While behavior problems can be difficult to overcome, there are almost always workable techniques that impact the situation and bring improvement. I can teach you to use effective methods that you will be able to use over time while working with your dog. Call or email me now to set up a consultation. Don’t wait! Troubled behaviors rarely just disappear.
A dog that understands the rules is much safer and happier. If your dog is not well trained, don’t wait. Get started as early as possible. If your dog is trained but doesn’t always listen, consider a refresher series or consultation. Call or email me, and together we can figure out what your household requires and put a workable plan in place.
My dog doesn’t listen to me when I call her to come, especially if I bring out the leash. I don’t understand this because she loves to go out for walks but runs away when I bring out the leash, leaving me no alternative except to chase her. I don’t understand why she’s acting opposite from the way I know she feels.
My new puppy always nips at my ankles and pants when I walk around. I tell her a firm, “No,” but he only gets more excited and goes after my legs more aggressively. What can I do about this?
When new people come to our door, my dog goes crazy and jumps on everyone as they enter. What can we do to get him to stop behaving like this? We want him to happily meet and greet people, but to do it without jumping on them!