“More dogs die because of behavior problems than all medical problems combined.”

– Dr. Alan Beck, Director of Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine

The sad reality is, dogs with behavior problems are at risk of having a poor quality of life, as well as their owners.  Dog owners find behavior problems like house soiling, destructive behavior, vocalization, aggression, and general unruliness difficult to tolerate.  This makes them more likely to be punished severely and repeatedly, hard to enjoy, confined excessively or banished to the yard or garage, or surrendered to shelters.  Euthanasia is by far the leading cause of death for dogs, and by many estimates, the main reason for relinquishment to shelters is because of behavior problems.

We understand that there is a lot more at stake than just a soiled rug or chewed shoe, and we take solving behavior problems seriously.  That’s why we have committed ourselves to find the quickest, easiest, most humane approaches to helping you solve your dog’s behavior problems.  Our training and experience in these areas are unsurpassed.  When your dog is well behaved in the house, you are going to be much happier, and in turn, your dog will be much happier too.  That means no more getting mad and potentially yelling at your dog, no more damage to your home, happy neighbors, and your dog gets to run loose in the house that much sooner!