No. We choose the most appropriate tool to help the dog and owner accomplish their goal. In some cases this might be teaching an owner how to use a clicker and food. In others it could be how to use toys and praise more effectively. It all depends on the objective, on the dog, on the situation and on the owner.
A bit like when you go to the dentist, you trust that he’s going to choose the right instrument to do the job, it’s much the same with your dog trainer.
To find out more about vaccinations and what we require in our Board & Train programs you can watch the video below.
We use low-level, communication-style, modern Remote Collar training, which looks nothing like the type of “training” you may have seen in the past.
It’s unlikely. We find that in most cases it’s best if we can work with your dog through the training and transformation process without the emotional responses that your dog will associate with you. Often this can be counter productive to what we’re trying to achieve.