Dogovation Dog Training is no stranger when it comes to training dogs with aggression. Dog, human, fear and territorial aggression are some of the most common forms of aggression seen in dogs we work with, along with our colleagues, including our a dog trainer in Oklahoma City. Often times when a dog is showing signs of aggression, people are quick to give up on the dog and advise you to get rid of your dog or euthanize them. Many people believe that aggression is an unfixable behavior and that your only option is to surrender your aggressive dog. Here at Dogovation Dog Training, we train aggressive dogs using our customized in-home training plan. This way we can discover the root of their issues, rather than manage the behavior, and create an effective training plan without using the one-size-fits-all method.
When it comes to aggressive cases, most dog owner’s go through several trainers before opting for in-home training. It is important that the dog owner understands that correcting aggressive behavior is NOT a quick fix. With our Marin County dog training plan we commit to work with you and your dog for however long it takes your dog to reach all their training goals. We always start off with an intensive in-home consultation. I will come to you, meet with you and your dog to access his/her behavior and the issues needed to be addressed and ask your for your goals for your dog as well. Our training will provide you with the knowledge and skills on how to foster a healthy relationship with your dog.
If you or someone you know is searching for a trainer to rehabilitate their aggressive dog, then look no further. I believe that each dog deserves a fair chance to having a stress-free life. Our training program is designed with your dog in mind. We approach every situation and every dog without any bias. Please contact me today at (415) 299-1158 to set up your in- home consultation!
Lisa Caper has been training dogs for 15+ years. As former licensed psychotherapist, She understands the similarities AND difference between human’s emotional needs and dog’s emotional needs. Specializing in dog behavioral problems, she. helps owners build better relationships between dogs and their humans and fixing, rather than managing, behavioral issues.