Dog Training

Early on in my career, I noticed a disconnect in dog training. There were many dogs who knew commands, yet they still were unruly and mentally off-balance. There was a lack of respect in the relationship between humans and dogs, and often dogs would listen only if a treat was present, or if there was something “in it for them.” The opposite also existed, where the dogs listened out of fear of punishment, rather than a willingness to cooperate. It was essentially as though obedience was taught simply as series of tricks, which might impress our friends at a party, but does nothing to achieve the calm, cooperative mindset that we all associate with a “good dog.”

Mere knowledge of the commands is the end result in this type of system. The mindset of the dog, and the relationship between the dog and the human is almost always neglected.TMD.Logo.full-clr_transparent

My training process has evolved to take into consideration the needs of both the human and the dog, and the complexities that can arise when that relationship becomes strained. Dogmanship is the meeting ground where traditional dog training melds with an understanding of the psychology of the dog, and the dynamics involved in the dog-human relationship.

The best way to get started with my training is through a membership at Consider The Dog. For only $19.99/month, you will have access to the bulk of my instruction content, our private Facebook group where you ask questions and post video for feedback from myself and other instructors, as well as twice monthly virtual group sessions.

You can enroll in Consider The Dog Here

If you are seeking more personal guidance, I am only providing behavior consults currently through zoom. With the use of video we are able to accomplish a tremendous amount (sometimes even more than in-person training). For a realistic expectation of progress, a minimum of 3 sessions are recommended.

Purchase on-on-one zoom sessions here

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