Positive Motivation Dog Training
Proven Dog Behavior Modification
Force Free, Fear Free, Pain Free
Let us show you how to create lasting changes in dog behavior without the use of force or fear producing methods.
Positive Dog Behavior Training
Positive dog behavior training and behavior modification creates the best approach to solving difficult behavior problems in dogs. Motivation training involves finding out what will motivate your dog – it can be affection, praise, toys, games, and treats. Finding the right motivator is the key to unlock your dog’s behavior change. Using redirection, positive training and proven behavior modification techniques, your dog will learn new behavior patterns in a lasting way.
We encourage you to avoid dog trainers who use force or fear methods. These are sometimes disguised with terms that mislead. We do not use harsh, punitive methods that can scare your dog and increase anxiety and aggression. Say no to e-collars, remote shock collars, prong or choke collars. There is a better way. Throwing things toward your dog, yelling at your dog, jerking your dog’s neck, and using harsh collars are not necessary and are often harmful to your pet. These unnecessary but very common techniques can make problem behaviors worse, especially if your dog suffers from anxiety, fear, or aggression, and can damage the relationship between you and your dog,
With our positive proven dog behavior methods, we have helped many dogs with:
- Separation Anxiety
- Fears and Phobias
- House Soiling
- Destructive Behavior
- Canine Rivalry
- Introducing a New Pet
- Excessive Barking
- Fear of Strangers
- Adjustment Issues
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Contact Us today to see how we can help your dog.
Pamela was recommended to us for dealing with our dog’s agressive gaurding tendency. The minute she walked in the door our dog was in love and we were at ease. She helped us understand our dog’s body language and suggested helpful commands to redirect the agression/anxiety. She was consistently available and prompt with follow up questions. Additionally, Pamela continues to remind us that we will always learn from Ro and she from us.
– Sidney W., Washington D.C.