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  • No of dogs trained : 3576
  • No of dogs in North America : 101,345,78
  • No of dogs born per minute : 25
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Please indicate the Specific problems you would like to change in your dogs behaviour.

AggressiveAggressive with other dogs
Aggressive with peopleBarking
Barking at people on leashBarking when left alone
BeggingBiting
BoltingCar sick
Catch me gameChasing bikes
Chasing carsChasing cats
Chasing feetChasing joggers
ChewingChewing on leash
Chronic DiarrheaCrying when left alone
DepressedDestructive behavior
Destructive chewingDigging
Digging through wallDoes not listen
Dominant behaviourDominant with other dogs
Easily DistractedEating stool
Escape ArtistExcessive barking
Excitement PiddlingFearful
Fearful of strange objectsFence Running
Finicky eaterGets into garbage
Gets into kitty litterGets on furniture
Grooming problemGrowling
Handy-shyHigh prey drive
House breakingHouse soiling
Howls when left in crateHyperactive
JealousJumping up on people
Killed a catLicking
LungesMarking indoors
Marking peopleMounting
MouthingNervous
NippingNo focus
No problemsNot good with children
PawingPeeing on toilet
PossessivenessPredatory problems
Protest aggressionPulling on leash
Pursuit problemsRuns away
Runs out of carRuns out of door
Separation anxietyShy
SnappingSnarling
SniffingStealing
Stealing foodStool eating
StressedStrong willed
StubbornSubmissive urination
Territorial aggressionUp on furniture
Urinating in kennelUrinating when excited
Very excited around dogsVery excited around people
WhiningWill not come
Will not listenOther
Briefly explain how you feel about your situation with your dog and what you hope to achieve with the training. The more honest you are the better we can help.
How do you correct your dog?
Alpha rollClap hands
Distract with toysElectric collar
Grab scruffGrowl at dog
HaltieHit under chin
Hit with pillowHold nose
Leash correctionMake dog sit
PhysicallyPick dog up and cradle
Pinch collarPromise collar
Rolled newspaperShake can
Shake downSlap on bum
Slap on noseSlap on shoulder
Slip collarSpray with water
VerbalVerbal reassurance
Water gunYelling
How does your dog respond to your correction?
BarksCowelling
CoweringFair
GoodGrowls
JumpingLies down
Makes it worseNo response
Plays with toysPoor
ProtestsRetaliates aggressively
Runs awaySnapping
Sometimes listensStops and then continues
Stops immediatelyStops usually
Submissive urinationVaries
Whimpers
How old was your dog when you got him/her?
Where did you get your dog? 
How did you house train your dog?
CrateDog lives outside
DoneIn progress
Limited confinementLitter box
NewspaperNose rub
Paper trainingPee Pad
SandboxTaken out often
Tied to bed
Housebreaking Results
Where does your dog sleep?
Back hallBasement
BathroomBed with child
Bed with ownerBedroom floor
BoxBy front door
ChairConfined
CouchCrate
Dining roomDog House
Dog’s own bedDownstairs
Family roomFloor
GarageHallway
KitchenLanding
Laundry roomLiving room
Mud roomOutside
PenPillow
PorchSpare bedroom
StableUnder bed
Wherever he/she wantsOthers
Do you trust your dog to be loose in your house when nobody is home?

YesNo

How often is the dog exercised outdoors?
For how long is the dog exercised on these outings?
Are your dogs vaccinations up to date?
Medical Problems Yes No
Current Medications Yes No
Do You Have Pet Insurance Yes No
If Yes Name Of Company
Diet- Brand Of Food
Diet - Table Scraps Yes NoSometimes
Diet – Favorite Snack
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Family - # of Children
Family - Ages of Children
How Often Left Alone
Type of Residence
Other Pets in Household
How often is the dog taken out taken out of Home Environment?
Visits to the dog parkWalks
Car ridesOccasionally
Quite oftenWeekly
OthersNever
DailyNot Often
Not Often yet-until shots up to date

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What Clients Are Saying

I have really enjoyed the classes with you. You are a great teacher and I want to thank you for helping me transform Winston into a happy follower and a fun member of the family.
Lise and Winston
Ottawa


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