Some of the most common problems we here on a daily basis are jumping, knocking over the kids, being rude to company, barking, and running out of the front door.  Sound familiar? Dog Training isn’t just about training obedience commands such as sit, down, come, heel, and to walk on a loose leash.  Don’t get me wrong, those things are important. But rather, dog training is what lays the foundation necessary to teach your dog manners, to be respectful of other dogs and people (most importantly the people in your own house), and everyday life rules.  What kind of manners can dogs be taught?  LOTS!  They can be taught not to jump, push into people, or invade their personal space.  They can be taught to ask politely for attention or to be pet, instead of jumping or pawing at you; to wait in a certain area when you have guests come in, instead of running out of your door or jumping on your guests; they can be taught to leave the kitchen when you are cooking, instead of laying in your way (my mastiff’s favorite) or begging; and lots more.  You may be thinking my dog can’t learn those things, but I assure you he can!  Our programs are guaranteed because we know how dogs think and how to properly communicate with him so he understands what you want.  We train dogs to fit your lifestyle, not ours.  So, each training program is specially customized to you, your family, and your dog’s needs.


Krystal Nierman

Owner, Head Trainer

Dog Psychology and Training Center, Fort Wayne

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