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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 age, any breed, 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
The Pug is Bark Busters In Home Dog Training's Breed of the Month! Intelligent, easy-going, friendly but requires mental and physical stimulation!
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Does your dog show signs of compulsive behavior? He may be suffering from a condition known as CCD (Canine Compulsive Disorder). ...read moreJuly 16 2019
Summer thunderstorms are common. Have a plan in place for you and your dog so you can successfully weather the storm! ...read moreJune 26 2019
Fourth of July is right around the corner and it is the summer’s biggest holiday, often celebrated with pool parties, barbecues and of course, fireworks. ...read moreJune 15 2019
Who doesn’t love to go on a vacation? Tens of thousands of people every summer will pack their bags and go off in search of rest and relaxation away from home. And while some people will opt to find a dog sitter or board their pet somewhere, many will bring Fido along on the adventure! ...read moreMay 30 2019
Read our 5 important tips on how to celebrate Bring Your Dog to Work Day so that you and your pup can have a great and safe day together. ...read moreMay 24 2019
Summer has officially arrived! That means as temperatures rise, we flock to the outside to soak up the warm weather, and of course, we take our pups along with us. Because who doesn’t love being outside in the summer? However, while you and I can voice when we get too hot and can find ways to cool ourselves down, our pets cannot. Keep reading below for some important reminders about your dog and the summertime heat and how to keep them cool and comfortable. ...read more