Puppies are cute but their behavior can be frustrating at times. If your puppy is peeing on your rugs, running off with your things and play-biting your hands with his needle-sharp teeth, I’ll help you teach him how to make better choices.
Reward-based training is the best way to turn your puppy into a well-behaved member of the family.
It can be a wonderful experience for a child to grow up with a dog. If you have children, however, you might face some additional challenges. The quick, spontaneous movements of young children can entice puppies to chase them and nip. In addition, your busy schedule might make it hard for you to find the extra time necessary to meet a puppy’s needs.
I’ll provide you with practical solutions to real-life dilemmas like these during our first session and throughout the puppy training program. Many of my clients have children so I have found fun ways to include them in my training sessions.
As soon as Eileen stepped into our home, we knew we hired the right trainer. She effectively taught us how to redirect undesirable puppy behaviors and how to train our puppy in a humane and loving way.
Her passion for what she does is apparent, and Eileen possesses an innate ability to bond with dogs and people alike. Her energy infuses every lesson with fun, plus she’s extremely observant, thorough and attentive.
After following her advice, our puppy has grown into a very well-behaved member of our family.
A dog can add stress to your life or help ease it, the difference is training. If you are ready to have the well-mannered companion you’ve always wanted, just call or click the button below to get in touch with me.