My specialty is in-home training. Since many behavioural problems take place where you and your dog live, my house calls are particularly effective in addressing day-to-day behaviour issues. We can also broaden training to address outdoor issues within your neighbourhood or property.
During in-home dog training sessions, we will work on obedience training, such as teaching your dog to sit, stay, and come when called. We may also work on more complex behaviors, such as jumping, biting, or chewing that can be difficult to address on your own.
In-home dog training can be particularly helpful for you as dog owners who may be struggling with basic obedience training, as well as for owners of dogs with behavioral issues that require more specialized attention. It can also be a good option for busy dog owners who may not have the time to attend group training classes.
When looking for an in-home dog trainer, it’s important to find someone who is experienced, knowledgeable, and uses positive reinforcement training techniques. You should also look for someone who is willing to work with you and your dog to create a personalized training plan that meets your specific needs and goals. When I was boarding dogs I had a incredible dog named Jake that taught me how to get dogs to learn how to interacte with other dogs and people and I learned a lot from him. I can pass this information on to you straight from a dog’s pespective. Body language is everything to a dog, you can learn to speak “Dog” and increase your bond with your family pet.