My name is Heather, and I’m looking to interview dog owners (purely for my own research) to help me build a new program I’m working on. It would mean the world to me if we could hop on a quick call and I could ask you a few questions. OR if you know of someone who fits this description, please encourage them to get on my schedule to book a call. It's completely free! Book a call here: https://calendly.com/
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"Heather is very knowledgeable and was great with helping us train our golden retriever. We have noticed a big change in his behavior from the time she first came to our last session. His manners are much improved and he even learned some new tricks! I would recommend Heather to anyone who is trying to train their pet. -John and Alisa"
"Wow! What an affordable price! -Richard"
"Heather has helped me (us) gain insight into how to relate to our two dogs, Gandalf and Pepper, and be more effective in training them. -Rich & Stephanie"
"Very helpful at giving familiar ideas on what would work for their pet. Really connects with our dog and the dog looks forward to her coming. Definitely have made progress from sessions. - Jennifer"
"Heather has been a great trainer, and our dog has come so far with her guidance. We highly recommend her to anyone!"
My name is Heather, and I believe that building a healthy relationship with animals is the first step to successful training. Using positive reinforcement methods is a great way to train and instill a life-long desire to please in your furry friend. Training should be fun and stress-free for both the pet and the owner, and that is what I strive to achieve in each personalized training session. Up-to-date on the newest techniques, I coach pet owners through the training process while demonstrating with their pet.LEARN MORE
Imagine living with a dog that steals things from counter tops and hides them. The dog’s favorite pass-time is chewing up a favorite pair of shoes that you forgot to put out of reach. If you don’t give her the attention that she demands, she’ll bark until she gets her way. If new furniture comes into the house, it is immediately peed on or chewed. Your friends come over to visit and they are jumped on and mouthed. Moreover, you would love to have a garden, but everything you plant is dug up by your dog. You don’t bother taking her for walks anymore, because you’re tired of being dragged along and hearing her bark at other dogs.
If you read this and thought "that's my dog", I want you to know that it doesn’t have to be this way. The sooner you take action, the better life will be for you and your dog.
I can show you ways to curb or maybe even eliminate these problem behaviors. My methods aim to treat the root of the problem, and not just the symptoms.Contact the Trainer
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