Dog Behavior Problem Training
Dog Behavior Problems Solved in Your Home
Let Me Help – It’s Been My Specialty for 30 years.
When your dog has a behavior problem it is truly a family problem, not just a dog problem.
Your dog’s behavior, whether good or bad, is almost always a reflection of the relationship your dog has with you. There is a disconnect somewhere causing stress, anxiety, tension all ending up in dog behavior problems.
This disconnect generally revolves around a lack of clear direction from you which creates a “free floating” existence for your dog. He does not do well without consistent rules, boundaries and expectations.
Simply put, your dog will react to his environment and behave based on things you have not done for your dog, or are doing incorrectly.
So how do we fix this?
All of this training is done in the convenience of your home with your family involved. I come to your home for a series of lessons, usually 3 and we work together to make your relationship with your dog better.
- This is a process we work on together using positive reinforcement. No harsh corrections of your dog.
- We take it step by step with me supporting you all the way.
- You get exercises to work on after each lesson. This is what begins to help you help your dog.
- You get my private email and I encourage you to email me daily in-between lessons so I can answer any questions you may have.
- Taking advantage of this daily contact will have a profound positive effect on the outcome of your training.
My areas of expertise cover, but are not limited to:
Adolescent behaviors: jumping, being mouthy, barking, stealing things, etc.
Aggression guarding food bowl, toys, space, family members
Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, licking, tail chasing, circling, etc.
Whining and barking
Any any other problems you can think of!
So let’s do this together, shall we? Are you ready to begin?
Client Comment: Thank you so much for working with Brian, Sadies, and me. The main thing we learned from our time with you is that dog training is primarily about training the humans rather than the dog!!
And the number one key to success is consistently working with the dog (and thus ourselves). I had low hopes for our dog due to her astronomical level of anxiety that had developed into constant barking, jumping, and, eventually, aggression.
After the first visit, we had her sitting and laying down on command. After the second visit, I was able to take her on walks using the recommended collar, the Gentle Leader, and quiet command.
She was so well behaved that I almost cried like a proud parent! Several weeks after our last visit, we continue to see improvement. She waits by the door in sit until we cue her to come in and out of the doors. Meal times are a breeze now that she we feed her with a set routine, and food territoriality is almost gone by following your simple tips. Thank you for all of your wonderful help and advice – you are the best! Best regards, Julie & Brian Albright + Sadies