Training for Fear and Aggression
Does your dog’s behavior stress and worry you? Are normal, day to day activities seem difficult or even impossible?
Let us help. Our veterinarian recommended programs work with you and your dog to equip you to predict your dog’s triggers, while reducing the frequency of fearful or aggressive episodes altogether.
Programs are always designed for both the human and canine learners – and lessons are flexible around your schedule.
Call, text or email between lessons with questions or concerns. We’re committed to helping you and your dog succeed.
What We Offer
Private lessons in your home to address behavior problems and aggression.
Group classes for manners and obedience, and nose games for enrichment
Nutrition coaching for home made, custom diets for healthy adult dogs.
Our Previous Clients
” Jenny was absolutely amazing in helping us work with our scared and anxious Great Pyrenees rescue. Her expertise was apparent in all of our training sessions, and she made the training seem easy. “
“recommend her highly”
“Her training methods are very well reasoned and logical. I love that her approach comes from understanding what dogs respond to and is never punitive.”
Why Work with Us
We know making a commitment to a dog training program can be a process. We want to make sure that we are the right fit for you.
- Flexible Scheduling
- In-home and online options
- Work With Your Dog’s Care Team
- Lifetime Support for Training
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