PACK LEADERSHIP TRAINING IS NOT OLD SCHOOL BASIC OBEDIENCE
I’ve switched it up a bit and with my training program. Here it’s the human doing all the learning and the dog will simply follow the leader. You see, if you learn how to communicate with your dog in a way that the dog understands, at their young age, you don't have to wait for the dog to learn english. If you learn how to read a dogs body language and behaviors, you won’t have any trouble teaching your dog anything, including walking a tight rope!
With just one session, I will set you up for success with your dog. You won’t need any other training, unless you chose to compete or do some fun agility, etc. You want your dog to focus and listen, and follow, and walk on a leash or go off leash. You want your dog to behave around your guests, but still warn you if something’s off and there is danger or an intruder. We don't want to stifle natural dog qualities that caused us to domesticate them in the first place. This is our best friend after all, so why not learn how to talk dog!
Pack Leader for Puppies
There is no point in teaching most obedience behaviours (except the sit) to a puppy under the age of 7 months. The main thing to focus on during your pup’s early development stage is how to build a relationship based on two things: trust and playfulness. The rest will come naturally. I’ll come to your home and show you the natural dog way to distract your pup and establish some rules.
Pack Leader for the Adult dog
A real pack leader doesn't get emotional or suffer nervous energy, so neither should you if you want to be the pack leader in your home. In the wild, the pack leader uses calm-assertive energy to influence how the dog interacts with his surroundings. She enforces these laws in a quiet way, I'll teach you the great new and calm way to control your dog.
Basic Obedience Class (Private)
Our basic obedience class gives you the full attention you and your pup needs to learn focus and patience. These two are key to setting the ground work for any obedience you need, be it at the vets office or at the dog park or even walking the dog safely through the streets. The nice part about my class is, it really is up to you how many sessions you need. If you do the work and you pay attention, you could get all the info in just 2 sessions, with as much time between the two sessions you need for practising and perfecting the steps. You can take as long as you want. When you are ready for the next step, call and book it in.