There are many different dog training methods to teach dogs what we want and do not want them to do. I have studied several of them and I've found that the common thread running through all successful methods of dog training is the use of positive reinforcement such as praise, food, toys, pressure, and aversion. A Rewards-Based Balanced Training approach offers the option to utilize all tools available to us, provided that they are appropriate for the dog, the owner, and the situation. No two dogs are trained in exactly the same way.
LEADING THE WAY
My passion is helping others and being of service. My goal is to educate both my human and canine clients while bridging the gap of communication between them. My mission is to build a community of well educated, informed and empowered dog owners through proper K9 education. I started my business with the purpose of keeping dogs in their homes, out of shelters and helping people better understand their dogs. Lack of obedience training and unacceptable behavior can put a strain on the relationship between you and your dog. I want to change that. Step by step, I teach my clients how to train, rehabilitate and provide clear communication to their dogs while dispelling myths and bad information about dog training.
YOUR K9-TRAINING & BEHAVIOR EXPERT
2016 graduate of Starmark Academy, I have been training and educating both dogs and people for the past 7 years. After my schooling, I turned my passion for helping others by training dogs & coaching people into a profession. I am a rewards-based balanced dog trainer, correctly and efficiently using both positive reinforcement and aversive techniques along with clear communication that produces real results. Leadership, pack structure, and the relationship between you and your dog are what I seek to improve and build upon with all of my clients. My motto is simple... "Lead And They Will Follow!"
Leader Of The Pack
9 y/o American Dingo
Loves food, chasing Brooklyn
AKA "Breezy Bear"
11 y/o German Shepherd
Loves food, catching her frisbee