Community Canines provides you with behavior modification services to help keep your dogs healthy, happy, and behaving well.
Our services address all types of negative behavior. We use a variety of proven methods and techniques because every dog can react differently to stressful situations. Our goal is to develop the best strategy for your dog to achieve and reinforce the best, balanced approach to improve your dog's behavior.
We love dogs, and our experience in the dog world has cultivated a great deal of knowledge to address your pet's unique personality and all the issues that they can develop. Whether your dealing with hyperactivity, anxiety, fear, aggression, or anything in-between, we'll work together for the best outcome. Too many treats or too many corrections can go against the goals for improvement.
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Whether you have tried other trainers or if this is your first attempt, we are confident we can help find what works best for you and your dog's personality traits.
We pride ourselves in bringing you a service with the utmost Integrity and trust through transparency in all of our actions, communications and assessments.
We want to bring you a reliable service you can count on to help your dogs achieve better behavior, health and well being through the use of methods that are compassionate and thoughtful for everyone involved.
Give us an opportunity to show you what we are capable of and why we are the best choice to help you manage any negative behaviors that your dog may have developed.
Behavior Modification Pricing:
New Client Special: $75 for First Hour Session
Regular Rate: $100/Hour
*Remember, behavior modification isn't basic obedience training. Although obedience can be helpful and essential in improving a dog's behavior, you often need more than basic commands to deal with behavioral issues. We can assist you with obedience training, but our primary purpose is to share behavior modification ideas and techniques. This information will help you develop a better understanding of your dog's negative behavior and what you can do to manage or eliminate it.
- Community Canines
My career in dog training started 15 years ago. Initially I began work in the dog world right out of high school, working at various jobs to gain as much experience as possible. I started work at a veterinary office, eventually moving on to a groomer's salon and following that at a cage-free boarding facility. Eventually, I received a job at a kennel where I had experiences with dogs with various behavioral issues who needed a better source of socialization and exercise. I took this opportunity to take my previous experiences and work toward learning how to socialize dogs into a pack environment. My goal was to bring one dog to a social state of mind and create consistency in their positive behavior. After that, they became a part of the "stable" or "balanced" pack ready to help socialize the next addition. This experience was invaluable and gave me an insight into dog behavior that is difficult to reproduce. With these experiences I was able to develop knowledge to share with other people so they could gain a better understanding of their dogs and help them to create a positive change for themselves and their pets.