BECAUSE LEASHES BREAK.
This isn't typical obedience training for your dog, it’s about educating you and your dog. We go beyond sit and stay and teach you dog language. We teach your dog how to make good decisions. Because a dog that makes good decisions doesn't run out the door, bark at things passing by, lunge or bite people or dogs.
All of our programs lead to off leash. Why? You may not think you will ever need your dog off leash, but leashes break, equipment fails, people leave doors open by mistake. And you want your dog to make the RIGHT decision, no matter what is going on around him or her.
PROBLEM DOG? WE CAN HELP.
Maybe your dog pulls you down the street and it's not fun going for a walk.
Or when you do go for a walk, you're embarrassed by your dog barking at dogs and people on the street.
You would love to introduce your dog to other dogs, but he's not having it. Or maybe she has decided that every squirrel is her nemesis and your arm is taking the brunt of it.
If you're frustrated and not sure what to do next, we understand and we can help. Our programs are designed to set you up for success. We provide support during and after training. Our one on one programs are fully customized, and we work with the tools that work best for you and your dog. While we use a wide range of training tools, regardless of the tool we use, the goal is to train the dog.
Now imagine a dog you could take anywhere. It's a beautiful day and you and the family take the dog for a long hike. Everyone at your family get together compliments on your amazing dog. Contact us and we can help you turn your dog into an amazing member of the family that you are all proud of!
IS MY DOG ROCKS RIGHT FOR YOU?
You need real-world practical solutions for your dog that gets results
You want a trainer with over 10 years of training and business experience, constantly expanding learning
You want a solution that's tailored to your needs and your dog's personality
WE CAN HELP YOU WITH:
Fear and anxiety
Toy and food aggression
Listening in distractions (squirrels, dogs, people, etc)
Coming when called, no matter what is around
Socialization with other dogs
Issues with other people
Barking and lunging
Introducing a new dog to existing dogs in the household
Bonding with your new dog