I'm happy to help with all obedience and training related questions. Although I work as a trainer solving behavioral issues, I do not feel comfortable providing advice or suggestions for aggression, resource guarding, phobias or other behavioral problems without evaluating a dog in person, those are areas where I believe a personal consultation is necessary.
I have been training dogs professionally since 2008. In 2009 I graduated with honors from Animal Behavior College and have also completed their Shelter Dog Program. I teach group classes and conduct in-home training sessions.
I am an ABCD-T (Animal Behavior College Dog Trainer) and am working towards my CPDT.
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Hi! Thanks for adopting little Gryffin, sounds like he needs a safe home :) A few days isn't very long, even for a puppy, so he may come around with a little more time in his new place. Be consistent
Hi Joan! I also have three dogs and we always train new behaviors/cue separately to begin with. The distraction of siblings is just too great, especially for a puppy! I would suggest giving the older
Hi Jared! Consistency is of course best in any area of dog training, but life happens! 8 hours is a long time to ask your pup to go without a potty break, so if pads are the only option I suggest
Hi Jess! It sounds like Echo is doing some attention-seeking barking, or "bossy barking". When he barks at you, you respond (of course, it's loud!) and even if that response is telling him to be quiet
Hi Glenn! First thing to address is the sort of equipment your dog is walking on. Collars of any sort won't help with pulling, you want a front clip harness or a head collar. I generally recommend the
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