“Thanks to Eric’s caring and patience, he changed Morgan from a scared dog to one that is a pleasure to have around.”— Frank and Morgan
Note: I am not currently seeing new clients. I expect to be able to resume training in Spring 2014, likely in April. If you have a question or need a referral, please contact via email.
Your dog is part of the family – and you know that keeping your family happy means clear communication.
Unfortunately, this particular member of your family doesn’t understand a word you say.
You need to know how your dog thinks so you can talk to him in a language he understands – or he’ll just keep doing all the things you wished he wouldn’t do.
That’s where I come in.
When you work with me, you’ll learn how your dog thinks, what he responds to, and how you can take the role of a fair-but-firm leader who reinforces proper behavior with rewards-based training.
When you learn to communicate clearly with your dog, you’ll be relieved at his much better behavior – and you’ll deepen your bond and appreciation for this special member of your family.
Yes, even if you’re exasperated with him right now.
You’ll also have a partner in the process of training your dog. I’m one of the few trainers who enjoys working with dog owners as much as I do dogs, and I’m fully available to you through a number of online channels 24 hours a day.
Check out the archives of my blog – they’re full of dog training techniques and anecdotes. Often the answer to your question is available right there.