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Our methods focus on creating a positive relationship between you and your dog to improve your dog's behavior and obedience. Our expertise is in understanding how a dog naturally thinks, learns and communicates and then using this to show you how to be your dog’s leader. Once this relationship is established, behavior change is a natural next step. Our techniques work with any breed, any age, any issue. You and your dog get one-on-one attention, an individualized plan to suit your family AND guaranteed support for the life of your dog.
Your dog lives with a family, in a home. This is where dog behavior training is most effective ...Start training at home
Puppies need guidance in the form of puppy obedience training to learn good manners ...Find out more
This is the story about a puppy – a puppy who was found at about five weeks orphaned i... ...read moreMay 09 2020
Becoming a foster parent to a lucky dog is one of the most rewarding and enlightening experiences a dog lover can have. Foster parents play a valuable role in easing the burden placed on shelters while providing a safe environment, full of love and attention, until the special pups find their forever homes. ...read moreMay 02 2020
Spending time away from your dog while home may be difficult – we love our canine companions as much as they love us! ...read moreApril 30 2020
Joanne Rice is a Canine Behavioral Therapist and Master Trainer with Bark Busters Home Dog Training. She agreed to chronicle her dog adoption experience as she and her husband adopt a new dog into their family. ...read moreApril 29 2020
Updated Safety Measures and Support Resources Available ...read moreApril 15 2020
Nothing warms an animal lover’s heart like an empty shelter – it means pets have been adopted into happy homes, full of love, warmth, and attention. Recent events have led to an encouraging uptick in adoptions around the country, but I can’t help but wonder – did they really go to their “furever” homes? Or just their “until things return to normal” homes? ...read more