your dog bark for attention, boredom or out of fear? Let's
teach him what to do instead.
|Teach your dog it can be rewarding to do his business outside.
|Let us show you how to train your dog to walk nicely with
|Does your dog engage in destructive
behaviors only when he is left alone? This can include
chewing on furniture, defecation, barking. There are
cures for this as well as excellent products to help
alleviate separation anxiety.
|Although we may enjoy having our dog jump up to express
his affection for us, visitors to your house may be alarmed
|Suppose you find your dog blissfully chewing away at the
dining room table leg? He doesn't have to do this! Train
him to chew on his toys instead.
| Puppies have sharp teeth! Let's teach him not to use his
playful mouthing on human skin.
|Does your sweet dog suddenly lunge aggressively at cars
as they pass by? Learn why dogs do this and how it can be
|You've just planted those spring bulbs and ugh, Rover has
dug them up. Redirect those digging instincts.
|Is your dog uncomfortable with the new addition? This can
be a serious problem with new pets, but more importantly,
new babies in the home. This can and should be corrected
immediately with the help of a professional.
|Does your dog jump up and snatch food from the kitchen
table? Learn what you could teach him to be do
instead of this.
|Does your dog do this while your family is eating dinner?
Especially when you're entertaining the boss? You might be
surprised to find out that you've reinforced this behavior.
|Does your dog exhibit aggressiveness towards other pets
or strangers? This can be a serious problem, especially if
the owners enjoy taking the dog frequently for a stroll where
he is likely to encounter other pets.