Whats at Stake
There is more at stake than a mere convenience when your dog's behavior is out of whack: your dog's behavior affects your home life like no other pet.
If you’ve resigned yourself to living with your dog's anxiety, hyper-reactivity or playful (but aggravating) shananagins, or you've tried another approach that didn't work, you’ll be happy to know that solving dog problems doesn't need to involve time or money or electronic shock collars. A proactive, upbeat approach works faster and lasts a lifetime. Making your dog feel threatened or scared does not.
No matter what you're experiencing—from the extremes of aggression, leash lunging and separation anxiety to the more commonplace frustrations such as jumping, nipping, chewing, barking and house-soiling—a positive approach works quickly and effectively.
Consider my approach which leans on the New Science of Modern Dog Training. I’ll show you just how much your dog can learn in a short time. When the training centers on improving your relationship and your dog's responsiveness to you, everyone is a winner! Happy Dog, Happy Home.
After all, what you consider problematic may be playful instigation or successful attention-getting behavior to your dog. Other extreme outbursts, from leash reactivity to separation anxiety and aggression, are stress-related: your dog is trying to cope with life in the only way he knows how. Let's take steps to settle your dog and teach her different coping skills.
Trust my thirty years experience, peruse any one of my thirteen books, read my blog or one of my Huffington Post articles. Then contact me and let me help you create a better life for both of you, without shocks, bullying or isolation.
Solving some dog problems can literally happen overnight, involving just one 90 minute lesson ($325) to give you some new insights on your approach. If follow-up lessons are needed, depending on the severity of the issue and your comfort level, they can be arranged one at a time ($275) or as a discounted 4 lesson package for $950.
* The use of electronic collars to train dogs has been outlawed in several countries.