Establishing leadership and house rules
Unruly behaviors: jumping, counter-surfing, puppy issues, darting out doors, etc.
Damaging behaviors: chewing, digging, housebreaking, etc.
Nuisance behaviors: barking, not listening, etc.
Temperament issues: fighting, biting, aggression, separation anxiety, leash reactive dogs, etc.
Integration issues: pets and children, pets not getting along, etc.
And so much more!
Calling canines of all ages from puppies to seniors! Obedience training is essential and often key to resolving many issues. Tap into your dog's problem solving and have fun watching him/her learn. It doesn't matter whether your dog has never had any training or if he/she has had some training but still doesn't listen! In-home training sessions will address things such as:
Obedience commands (from puppy training to advanced obedience)
Walking on a loose leash
Coming when called
Listening and complying with commands
And so much more!
Are you frustrated with your dog? Do you wish you could improve a few things to make your life together more peaceful and enjoyable? Now is the time to address behavior issues such as:
We offer phone consultation services nationwide. This is a fast, convenient, and economical way to get the expert help you need. We can help you with many issues including: dog and cat behavior problems, training questions, destructive behaviors, housebreaking/housetraining, marking, advice for selecting a pet, advice for a new pet owners, help integrating a new pet into your household, and much more!
This in-home program is designed for dogs who react poorly toward other dogs when on a leash. (Growling, lunging, barking, etc.) The goal of this program is to teach your dog to pay more attention to you and relax in the presence of other dogs. This program will strengthen the bond between you and your dog. Lessons are held at a variety of locations to allow for practice in the presence of other dogs. (This program is not available in the summer. It is simply too hot for the dogs to work. It is stressful for the dogs under the best of circumstances and the intense desert heat and scorching sidewalks and asphalt can lead to heat stress and burns on your dog's paws. Short nosed breeds are even more susceptible to breathing difficulties and are not able to cool down. If you walk your dog, it is recommended that you do so extremely early in the morning or late in the evening when the heat is less of an issue and there are fewer dogs in the environment that are easier to avoid until the issue can be addressed.)
We offer a wide variety of services for you and your pets. Each service is specifically tailored to your needs, goals, and individual situation. We can help with virtually any behavior and training issue with your dog. We tailor our services specifically to meet your needs.
If you are a shelter or a rescue organization, we offer a variety of classes for your staff and volunteers as well as a certification program for the Core Behavior Assessment TM. We also offer evaluation services and treatment protocols for dogs. Please see the section for Animal Shelters on our Helpful Articles and Links page.