How did you get started doing this type of work?
Tiffany, Founder, started learning about training dogs when she was just 12 years old, traveling 5 miles to and from class by foot. Talk about dedication to the art! She has since attending multiple trainings seminars, including a hands on workshop with highly renown Sean O’Shea, of The Good Dog Training in Los Angeles, CA.
What types of customers have you worked with?
We will work with owners who are ready to commit to their dogs training needs to ensure forever success and happiness!
What advice would you give to a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Do your research, look for videos/photos. The proof is in the transparency of the trainers. Watch out for trainers that have a lot of science and words to envelope you with, but no evidence to back them up.
Is my dog to old to train?
Dogs are never too old to be trained, typically we find older dogs have an easier time with the switch, as they are mentally and physically exhausted from having to live in an uncomfortable mind state for so long.
Is it true that my moods/life changes can effect my dogs behavior?
Unfortunately folks, yes! You have almost everything to do in relation to your dogs behavior. If your dog is insecure and he/she doesn’t feel that you are able to take the lead, he/she will. A strong wolf is always the alpha of the pack, and that doesn’t mean just the physically strong wolf-It’s the emotionally strong one!
Do e-collars hurt?
We use e collars at an extremely low level almost as if you put your phone on vibrate and put it against your neck. They are tens unit collars which are used in physical therapy and are designed to be used safely in the water as well. They can not physically harm your dog, even if you had to use a higher level for disobedience or disrespectful behavior. The goal with the collars is to use it for communication and not correction. Of course any tool even a harness or a flat collar used in the wrong way can be harmful, so please consult one of us before using an e collar on your dog!