turning rowdy rovers Into well-Mannered Mutts
Why Choose Us?
experienced, educated, Positive
We have over 15 years of experience working with dog owners just like you.
- Certified – We are Certified Professional Dog Trainers.
- Educated – We attend continuing education yearly to make sure we have the most up to date knowledge available.
- Positive – We use scientifically proven, gentle and fun training methods.
Family dog training
We know that taking on the mega-job of parenting kids and a dog together is NOT easy! Families need specialized training, tailor-made just for them. And that’s EXACTLY what we offer. You’ll get all the tools and support you need to get your kids on board, your dog in check and the whole family on the same team!
Our Most Popular Training Plan
Owner absent Day training
Ever wish someone would just come to your house and train your dog for you? Feeling overwhelmed about the thought of having to train your dog? Don’t be! Not everyone has the time, energy, skills or interest to train a dog. Our Owner Absent Day Training program is for you, and is available when you choose our Amazing Mutt or Master Mutt training plans!
We are professionals, and do this every day. We can make progress with your dog much quicker and easier than you can! Let us train your dog, then transfer the skills to you and show you how to maintain them.
KNOWLEDGEABLE & CALM
essential dog training tips!
🐶 Dogs do what works for dogs – While it’s a lovely notion that dogs only want to please their owners, the true reality of it is that dogs do what works to get them what they want. But, don’t despair we can use this to our advantage! We simply have to use what the dog...
Teaching your dog to come when you call – otherwise known as a recall – is one the best things you can do for your dog. Having a reliable recall will allow your dog more off leash freedom and is a potential life saver. So why is this such a hard thing to teach?? I...
Myth #1 My dog knows he did something wrong because he looks guilty. When a dog looks “guilty” it is because they are reacting to a change in our body language that tells them “something is wrong”. As a result, even a dog that has done nothing wrong will exhibit body...