doorbell rings. Well, they don’t have a doorbell problem. They’ve got an impulse control problem, they’ve got an obedience problem (the dog simply needs to lie down and stay when someone rings the doorbell), they’ve got a relationship problem in the dog not listening to them.
We can solve those issues anywhere.
In fact, the benefit in doing sessions at our location is that it makes it more challenging for your dog. Getting in a new environment, working with our pack of dogs, seeing new sites and smelling new smells, can make it a big challenge for your dog. We want to make the training as challenging as possible so that every day life is easier to manage.
The bottom line is that we tend to examine each dog in a case-by-case way. Some dogs will need more home sessions and we’ll do them…but that’s rare.
Most dogs simply need to learn a new way of living, a new relationship with their owner, a new way of communicating and then it’s important that those new skills be applied EVERYWHERE; your home, your neighborhood, the pet store, the vet’s office, and more.