With a variety of packages to offer you will find something to fit your family, where training your dog to behave in everyday life situations is about more than sit, stay and heel.
I exclusively offer 'One on One' unique, practical, positive reinforcement training options in Brisbane and the greater Brisbane area, tailored to your needs, for a calmer, modern real-life well behaved companion.
I know how hard it can be to choose the right traning company or trainer when it comes to your dog. I invite pet parents to contact me to discuss their options or specific requirements. Most importantly I want you to have fun with your dog!
As I am currently booking out about 4 weeks in advance, plan ahead and give me a call so I can be there for you the day you bring your new family member home, whether a new puppy or a rescue.
Your dogs challenging behaviours often occur when what they think is acceptable and what you think is acceptable has been lost in translation. Communication is key to teaching successful acceptable behaviour. And their learning starts the day you bring them home!
Whether you have a new puppy, older dog, or have just adopted a rescue, teaching them how to behave in our human world with our human rules helps them to interact with the world (family and friends, and everyone and everything out in public) in the best possible way.
In Home Tutoring: A 2hr Behaviour Assessment for any age puppy or dog displaying worrying behaviours like: fear or aggression around other dogs and people, lunging on lead, separation anxiety, escaping, barking/howling.
Longer Working Hours? Going on Holidays? Our personalised services extend to visiting your dog in their home to feed, play with and or walk them for you while you are away. We have short and long term options available to suit all your needs.
Why are we (positive reinforcement dog traininers and behaviourists) kill joy's. Well we see the very real 'horrible' end result of lots of those cute dog and child photos and videos.
Every dog parent and every parent with a human child who knows someone with a canine family member needs to know how to read dog body language and to teach children how to read it but also how to respect the individual dogs space requirements.
Please read and share this link from Ilana Reisner, DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVB of Today's Veterinary Practive, the Official Journal of NAVC, to prevent needless deaths.