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New Canine Clients are not being accepted at this time. Sorry! (11/2022)

Training and behavioral issues with dogs can be frustrating, stressful, or downright dangerous. Many owners try their best to manage and deal with issues that crop up during their dog's development, but nothing beats the in-person help of a skilled, balanced trainer to help work out the kinks and struggles, teach you how to implement good management, use tools correctly, and work through issues with science based behavior modification techniques.


Puppies, fearful, and reactive dogs can be especially difficult to navigate. Sometimes behaviors such a lunging, snarling and barking, pulling on leash or "fence fighting" can be caused by dogs who are frustrated, stressed, and have no other outlet or idea of what they should be doing instead. Most dogs (even ones without issues), are lacking enough mental stimulation, structure, and consistent responses/results to their behavior.


This bad behavior causes erratic responses from stressed and frustrated owners who unknowingly make behavioral issues worse in attempts to solve them.  Many dogs who appear "aggressive" are simply  frustrated and/or stressed. When given more structure, training and consistent responses they can predict as a result of their choices, these behaviors can decrease or completely resolve. The goal during a dog behavior consultation is to get to the root of what is causing unwanted behaviors, and help you get started with a balanced and effective behavior modification plan. 

*All 1st time dog behavior sessions must follow a 15 minute phone consultation. You can click the green "CALL" button to the right, but I am often unable to answer due to being in a session, so pre-booking your phone call is highly recommended! Schedule your phone call by clicking


  • Potty Training   

  • Leash training

  • Leash reactivity

  • Recall

  • Off leash recall and obedience

  • Fear, anxiety and phobias

  • Chewing, barking, boredom

  • Digging

  • Separation Anxiety

  • Crate training

  • Desensitization to handling/grooming

  • Fear and reactivity to guests

  • Fear or reactivity to other dogs

  • Introduction to new dog, cat, baby

  • Resource guarding

  • Stealing items or food

  • Play biting

  • Puppy socialization

  • Tricks

  • Advanced obedience

  • E collar

  • Clicker training

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