We often find owners pressing for in-person dog training. Popularized television has really led us astray regarding how dogs learn and it actually doesn't involve 'energies', leadership or authority/dominance. Along with that, ethical dog trainers shouldn't try to provoke dogs to see the naughty behaviour to come up with a solution. We have seen aggression in dogs, we know what that looks like, and our goal is to not see it. In addition to this, we are more so human coaches than dog coaches. We try our best to give you the tools to work on with your dog. In many cases, this is best done virtually.
To learn more on why we believe virtual training is you and your dogs best option to learn, we have gone into detail regarding the benefits of virtual training and in some cases why it is best practice in this blog: https://weworkfortreats.com/blog/f/how-can-a-dog-trainer-help-me-virtually
If you are looking for help with your puppy, we have some great referrals. We try to stick to what we excel at most, and refer out when we don't feel our expertise would best serve the client.
Nicole started as a dog walker in 2011, and graduated from The Academy for Dog Trainers in 2019. She made the switch to exclusively dog training in 2020. You can find more about Nicole's training credentials on our about page: https://weworkfortreats.com/nicole-barnett-ctc%2C-csat
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