Train Your Pup's private in-home dog training provides the greater Dayton and Cincinnati area with behavioral modification courses for issues like dog aggression, fear aggression, and excessive barking.
An ill-behaved dog can put unnecessary stress on a family. In extreme cases, owners even feel that they must give up their pet. In many situations, owners do not understand the reason behind those behaviors or how to fix them. Our techniques can positively identify the root cause of many problematic dog behaviors.
We teach training methods to the owners in the dogs’ home and other everyday environments to help alleviate behavioral issues.
The first step to helping you and your dog is a consultation with our Certified Professional Dog Trainer Danielle O’Neill. During our home visit, Danielle will assess your dog’s behavior and discuss each problem in detail. We will evaluate the behaviors and their impact on each member of the family (human and other pets). Next, we’ll create a comprehensive, customized behavioral modification plan. Just like every person doesn’t learn the same, nor do dogs. We are able to put a timeline on how long it will take to achieve your goal due to the severity of problems and handler ability. Although our primary belief is based on positive reinforcement training methods we have many techniques to help customize a solution to fit almost any canine problem.
Danielle’s experience, education, and observation will help identify what is causing your dog’s unwanted behaviors. We consider social, environmental and possible medical causes. Knowing the cause of the unwanted behavior allows Danielle to create a behavioral modification plan that will yield a positive outcome.
The sessions are designed to help resolve behavioral issues in a calm and collected manner. Each situation is different, so it is difficult to determine how long behavioral modification will take and what actions will be necessary.
Just a few behaviors we can help you with:
- Dog aggression
- Counter surfing
- Excessive energy
- Fear-based behaviors
- Excessive or inappropriate barking
- Attention seeking behaviors
- Resource guarding
- Spoiled dog syndrome