I aim to prevent as many dogs as I can from being surrendered to shelters, and subsequently euthanized, by helping dog owners understand and correct unwanted behaviour.
No behaviour is too much for me to handle, as long as you (and your dog's family), are ready to commit to changing your relationship with your dog - in order to become your dog's trusted and consistent, calm leader.
I'm not here to train your dog to sit or stay. I'm here to show you how to prevent and handle your dog's unwanted behaviour. Issues such as: barking, aggression, dominance, on-leash issues, fearfulness, separation anxiety, marking, destruction, you name it. I will teach you the tools and guide you into creating a balanced, relaxed, and well-behaved dog.
If you just brought home a new dog or a puppy, I can teach you how to prevent unwanted behaviour and raise the perfect canine citizen. All cuteness aside, behavioural training should start the second you bring your new dog home in order for them to feel safe and confident in you as their leader.
I aim to only take on clients who are ready to make changes and start putting their dog's canine need for structure, exercise, and leadership first; and their human need for emotional and physical connection (from their dog) last. As such, please familiarize yourself with these pages below before connecting with me - thank you!
Providing in-home dog behaviour training and rehabilitation to shelters and dog owners within the Lower Mainland, BC: Including Surrey, Langley, Delta, White Rock, Aldergrove, Mission, Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Ladner, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Sechelt, The Sunshine Coast, and Vancouver.