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Molly is a 2 year old female Bernedoodle. Moose is a 6 year old Goldendoodle. Both dogs but especially Molly had developed leash reactivity towards other dogs which made walking them very challenging. Their owners wanted obedience training for them to be able to control their impulsive behavior. Training involved adding a lot of structure to their lives so they would learn to make better decisions about co-existing with other dogs. Sharpening and improving basic obedience skills proved to be really important in helping the dogs learn to earn control obsessive barking, and any other unwanted behaviors. 10 training sessions were completed

Rocco is a male Bernedoodle and is almost two years old. His owner’s goal for Rocco was for him to become a great family dog with good manners around all members of the family. Some of the challenges that needed to be addressed were to stop bolting out the door, stop counter surfing, stop pulling on the leash, stop jumping on people, and to come when called Training protocols were introduced using “marker” training, the “place command”, leash management strategies, threshold control, and to be calm on command. Rocco is a high energy happy dog and training and consistency by his owners

Rebel is a 1 year old female Cane Corso. Her family’s goals were to make her into an excellent family dog and companion. She was nine weeks old when we started training. The Cane Corso is a strong and powerful breed and her owners knew that training her would be very important. When fully grown Rebel will be 120-150 lbs. She has learned to walk well at heel, and does not pull on the leash. She sleeps in her crate, goes to “Place” on command, and has a calm demeanor. Nine training sessions were completed, and the owners were very happy with

Charlie is a 1 year old male Cocker Spaniel. His owners were first time dog owners and came to me for training when he was 7 months old. They were very unsure how to handle and train him. He was not completely house trained and had not learned basic obedience commands. He needed structure and consistency in his life and training. The owners were very receptive to learning how to be good leaders for Charlie. He learned to be crate trained and to obey their directions. Charlie now has good leash manners and greets people with confidence and enthusiasm. Eight training sessions