We help you solve problems with your dog, or better yet prevent them!
Puppy teething doesn't surprise most families, although just how much puppies use their teeth may. The real chewing comes after the dog has cut the permanent teeth.
As a rule of thumb, the more excited a dog becomes, the less capable they are of acting appropriately. Wise handlers know a cool-down period is a good choice to avoid issues.
Barking can drive you crazy and threaten your relationship with neighbors. Want a dog that barks when someone comes to the door but not at people walking by? We can help!
House-training your new puppy is going to take patience. You should begin to house-train as soon as you bring your new puppy home.
A leash allows us a safe and effective connection to our dogs in case of surprises, emergencies, or situations where attention is hard to get or keep.
Aggression can be unpredictable, and even dangerous. Always look for a dog trainer who has experience working with aggressive behaviors and is certified.