You wouldn't trust just anyone to do your taxes or remodel your house, so don't trust just anyone to train your dog. Did you know that dog training is a completely unregulated industry? That's right! Anyone can say they are a dog trainer, no matter how much experience they have.
That's why certification is so important. A certified dog trainer has gone through a rigorous testing process by an independent testing organization to prove they know their stuff. Many of these organizations also require continuing education to keep the certifications. This ensures your dog trainer is up to date on the latest scientific information on animal behavior and training techniques.
1. No travel time and fighting traffic! Just log on and get started!
2. Fearful and reactive dogs don't need "warm-up time" to get used to the new person being in their home.
3. All of your time is focused on training,
4. You can join an online group class even if you have a reactive dog, an under-vaccinated puppy, or a dog that has not been neutered or spayed.
5. Online group classes offer you the benefit of interacting with other students without worrying about taking your dog around other dogs.
6. Re-watch training sessions as many times as you like.
7. Pay for the class once and use it for all of your dogs!
8. Learn in the comfort of your own home. No shirt, no shoes? No problem!
Join our community and connect with dog owners from around the world who are just like you. Learn and share your wins together!
There is a lot of information and advice out there on housetraining your dog. Friends, neighbors, even strangers on the internet all seem to know what you should do. How do you cut through the misinformation and find a training plan that will actually work for you and your dog?
In this free e-book, I have written everything that I have used to housetrain my own dogs as well as countless clients and foster dog parents.
In this free e-book you will learn:
How to choose the best space for your new best friend.
How to set up the best housetraining schedule for your dog. What to do when accidents happen.
All about crate training.
Plus! I will dispel some of the most common and most stubborn myths of housetraining your dog.
Owner and Trainer
Helping people and their dogs connect is the absolute best part of my job. I've been working with dogs for 15 years and I've loved every second of it. I received my dog training certification in 2010 and have been focused on dogs and dog behavior ever since. I am a certified trainer through the Animal Behavior College and the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers. I spent 5 years working in shelters with all different breeds, sizes, and behavior issues. I am a Canine Good Citizen Evaluator, an Animal Behavior College Mentor, and I am a Fear Free Certified Professional through Fear Free Pets.
I love dogs and I want to see every dog in a happy and loving household. My goal as a trainer is to teach you how to train your dog in a positive and effective way.