It's a Journey, not a destination.
There is no doubt when we invest time and money into dog training we want to see progress. However, the first question any dog owner should be asking when inquiring about dog training for their puppy or dog is not necessarily the "guaranteed results" a trainer can bring, but rather the method in which the results will be achieved.
*currently not being offered (during the summer months)
"My dog does something for me because he wants to, not because he has to."
I want a training session to be productive, engaging, and FUN. I believe training should be force-free using positive and progressive methods rather than reverting to traditional (force-based) training. Training should enjoyable and fulfilling.
Do you know what motivates your dog?
Do you find your dog will only do something when you're dangling a treat in its face? How about when you go into a public setting? It's time to take your training to the next level!
Take a minute to see what Settler was capable of in the very first week of his life!
The Dog Ranch has wonderful recommendations for group classes with local dog trainers. Depending on the wants and needs for your dog(s) it is important to find the right fit,