Let’s rethink our relationship with dogs.
Every dog needs training to operate in a human world, and with more than four million dogs brought into American homes every year, there are lot of dogs to be trained.
Dog training is an unregulated industry
This lack of regulation has led to the pop culture version of a dog trainer: a dominant figure using magical methods in high-pressure, dramatic, and unrealistic scenarios which make for great TV, but are counter productive for behavior change.
The Science of Canine Behavior
Luckily, the science is pretty sound on training – animal cognition and behavior has been studied for decades, and we have proof on what works: evidence-based methods. That’s why from day one, we’ve only worked with trainers who have earned certifications from the most respected, science driven organizations.
But training isn’t the only thing that impacts behavior
And if we’re to truly create behavior change that connects us deeper with our dogs and results in a happier, healthier relationship, then we need to look at the whole dog, not just what we want them to learn.