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What do you do for training and what kind of behaviors do you work on?
I work on all problem behaviors, the most common issues are:

 
Ignoring commands or coming when called
Destructive behaviors (chewing things up)
Keep Away (stealing things that belong to you or running away when called)
Jumping
Counter-surfing (stealing food)
Over-excitement
Excessive/territorial barking
Reactivity (not to be confused with aggression)
Bolting out the door








Do you use shock collars or any type of "punishment" for training? 
I normally use only positive reinforcement techniques, however, I am not opposed to shock collars or training equipment if the owner requests it. Shock collars, if used correctly, can be very helpful and are even necessary for some dogs, for their safety.
 Day Training is ten days (the dog goes home at the end of each day and the weekends) and Board and Train is a full two weeks.



What are your training methods? 
My training philosophy is about leadership. Leadership is the backbone to "good behavior" for your dog. Leadership is simply telling your dog what you want from him and what you don't want. All my methods are effective because they are consistent and clear. I also use Positive Reinforcement (adding something good to reward a behavior), however, Positive Reinforcement is only a tool and not the basis of training.


How much experience have you had? 
I became a certified professional dog trainer in 2016.





Are there any breeds you do not take?
I work with all breeds and enjoy all the variety that come to our house!

However, due to their size and strength, I cannot take extra large breeds such as Great Danes, St.Bernards, Mastiffs, etc that are over 6 months. 



Do you work with aggressive dogs?
Because we are in a family home with children, I do not work with aggressive dogs.




 

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