Does Your Dog:
Jump at visitors?
Pull hard on leash?
Ignore you when called?
Destroy your belongings?
Nip or bite when playing?
Have separation anxiety?
Bark at other dogs while on leash?
Dogs are Pack Animals.
They're born with a natural instinct to have a Pack Leader.
Learn how to listen and respond as the Pack Leader and
undesirable behaviours go away naturally.
What is Dog Listening?
Dog Listening teaches you to respond to your dog's behaviour in a way it understands.
Distract / Intimidate
Use Gadgets / Tools
Own your dog
Encourage natural following
Give positive rewards
Communicate in dog's language of love
Understand and be compassionate
Become the Pack Leader your dog has been waiting for.
No dog training classes, gadgets or training aids needed.
No force or intimidation is used when correcting your dog.
Have you ever worked with a dog that you couldn't help?
No, because dogs are always ready to respond to their pack leader. Dogs aren't stubborn, but sometimes people are! If you are willing and ready to change the way you respond to your dog consistently, it will follow your lead.
How do I know if this is the right fit for me and my dog?
You care about really understanding and connecting with your dog to help it relax and trust you.
You know you have to change the way you respond to your dog, not force your dog to change for you.
You're prepared to change your habits and practice being the Pack Leader consistently.
You want to become your own dog trainer; to use positive reinforcement instead of relying on classes, gadgets, fear or intimidation.
Will I see progress right away during the in-home session?
Yes, only 1 private in-home 3-hour session is needed to start seeing progress. Dog's are smart! They're always testing you to see if you're the Pack Leader, so after the session it's important you stay consistent and build the new habits I teach you.
How much does the private training session cost and what does it include?
Only 1 private in-home 3-4 hours session is needed. The cost is $550 and includes ongoing support via phone and email for life. Yes, for life! Because when you learn how to respond to your dog's behaviour in the way it understands, all you have to do is stay consistent.