This is the first step! The initial consultation is the most important lesson to start you and your dog on a path of understanding one another.
After this crucial meeting, I will work with you, in person, for one or more sessions (packages available). I will teach you how to manage any given situations with your dog and coach you while you are learning new techniques.
Between our coaching sessions, you will be asked to practice and to monitor the progress made with your dog.
Private one on one lessons are available for those with specific training and behavior modification needs, at your home or anywhere we want. It is the best way to acquire the skills and knowledge to train your dog effectively. It is the most flexible puppy training plan, allowing the handler to participate as much as possible or for me to work with the dog on my own.
The individual hourly fee is $110 if bought separately from the package.
Private one on one lessons are available for those with specific training and behavior modification needs, and for those who prefer to train in their own environment. I will teach you modification of behaviors such as lack of self control, nipping, jumping, fear issues, aggression, and separation anxiety.
Private one on one lessons are available. I can teach you anything from basic obedience, to specialized training for therapy or service dogs.
We teach you and your dog how to prevent problem behaviors and we work on more socialization and handling as well as basic obedience (sit, down, stay, come, loose leash walking, etc) in order to start you on the right foot and your puppy on the right paw!!!
Classes will resume Saturday January 8th -9to 10 AM- for small/young puppies.
Puppies with 2 sets of shots accepted.
16 Behaviors and 4 Levels - These Levels are written for those who want a coherent training plan. They aren't aimed at obedience competition, or agility, or tracking, or any other particular sport or job. They're aimed at producing a dog who is a willing partner, eager to learn, happy to work, and having the basic civilization necessary to allow her the access she needs to do her job and to allow you the confidence to enjoy being and working with her.
Click on the links to download the LEVELS The Levels were written by Sue Ailsby.
Classes are starting on Saturday January 8th -10:15 to 11:15 AM - for older, more advanced puppies/dogs.
Using a combination of specific touches, lifts, and movement exercises, TTouch helps to release tension and increase body awareness. This allows the animal to be handled without provoking typical fear responses. The animal can then more easily learn new and more appropriate behaviors. By using the TTouch and a variety of other tools, like the Confidence Course, you can assist the animal in experiencing self-confidence in previously frightening situations. You can also learn how to apply the Tellington TTouch to assist with recovery from illness or injury, or just enhance the quality of your animal's life.
The following is a list of symptoms that may indicate separation anxiety:
Urinating and Defecating
Some dogs urinate or defecate when left alone or separated from their guardians. If a dog urinates or defecates in the presence of his guardian, his house soiling probably isn’t caused by separation anxiety.
Barking and Howling
A dog who has separation anxiety might bark or howl when left alone or when separated from his guardian. This kind of barking or howling is persistent and doesn’t seem to be triggered by anything except being left alone.
Chewing, Digging and Destruction
Some dogs with separation anxiety chew on objects, door frames or window sills, dig at doors and doorways, or destroy household objects when left alone or separated from their guardians. These behaviors can result in self-injury, such as broken teeth, cut and scraped paws and damaged nails. If a dog’s chewing, digging and destruction are caused by separation anxiety, they don’t usually occur in his guardian’s presence.
A dog with separation anxiety might try to escape from an area where he’s confined when he’s left alone or separated from his guardian. The dog might attempt to dig and chew through doors or windows, which could result in self-injury, such as broken teeth, cut and scraped front paws and damaged nails. If the dog’s escape behavior is caused by separation anxiety, it doesn’t occur when his guardian is present.
Some dogs walk or trot along a specific path in a fixed pattern when left alone or separated from their guardians. Some pacing dogs move around in circular patterns, while others walk back and forth in straight lines. If a dog’s pacing behavior is caused by separation anxiety, it usually doesn’t occur when his guardian is present.
When left alone or separated from their guardians, some dogs defecate and then consume all or some of their excrement. If a dog eats excrement because of separation anxiety, he probably doesn’t perform that behavior in the presence of his guardian.
Prodog Hawaii offers a Daily Support Separation Anxiety Training Program online. It is a fully guided training plan that will be daily customized based on your dog’s needs and progress. It is simple, easy to follow, and it sets clear goals which increases the likelihood of success. It's day by day (5 days a week) coaching nature allows a proactive approach, and provides the support you and your dog needs.
Call 808 7834788 for more info.