Dogovation is on a mission to eliminate bad behaviors throughout Marin County. But where do bad behaviors come from? In a nutshell, bad behaviors come from anxiety. Anxiety, however, is caused by a number of factors. To fight it, you need to give your dog structure, boundaries, and consistency. We can show you how!
While working with a dog trainer in Philadelphia we talked about if a dog doesn’t know its role in your home and in your family (your pack), they’re forced to try to figure out the answer themselves. This process causes them anxiety. Some owners make great attempts to teach their dog what’s expected of them and they may do a fair job for a while, but many often lack consistency. This causes anxiety for the dog as well. One minute the world is one way, and the next they’re forced to figure it all out themselves.
Our in-home dog training program holds the solution to alleviating your dog’s anxiety, correcting their bad behavior, and promoting good behaviors. We meet with you in your home to determine the best, most fitting plan of action and we set out all our goals for your dog in black and white. We teach you how to create a stable environment where boundaries are always known and respect is always maintained.
Our commitment to you is that our training doesn’t end until all of our training goals are met. We support you throughout the entire process of you becoming the trainer for your dog and we don’t limit our teaching to the same set number of lessons—after all, no two dogs are the same.
Our Marin County dog trainer is ready to help you overcome your dog’s bad behaviors, and establish the groundwork for a lasting relationship of trust and respect. We can help dog’s with issues ranging from simply poor manners to severe aggression. Call Dogovation or email us with our contact form.
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.