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Choosing to bring a dog into your home, comes with the responsibility to care for that animal by providing food, shelter, love, and training. The training component provides
a bridge of communication that will help the dog learn to live in a human world and allows you to understand and appreciate your dog.
As a Certified Training Partner of the Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training and Behavior, Amy teaches and trains using force-free principles and techniques. By seeking out and utilizing only positive, effective, dog-friendly methods she is able to help families and their pets succeed without adding aversive equipment or methods.
Positive training techniques:
Help you and your dog communicate and succeed together
Are based on behavioral science making training more efficient
Help you and your dog develop a bond of trust and respect
Will not harm your dog physically or emotionally
(no choke chains, prong collars, shock collars, etc.)
And they are fun and easy!
So make training fun! Your dog will learn faster.
"Neither comprehension nor learning can take place in an atmosphere of anxiety."
- Rose Kennedy
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