Wholistic Dog Behavior and Training.
At Coaching Canine Companions, we help seasoned pup parents, new pup parents and pet professionals understand the importance of properly training and socializing puppies and dogs through novel experiences to ensure they are happy, healthy, and well-adjusted members of the family.
We provide the tools and guidance needed to teach pups good habits and prevent them from developing bad behaviors.
However, when life throws us a curveball, like the pandemic, or epi-genetic conditions, our dogs unintentionally end up getting emotionally hurt because they are unprepared to handle the stresses of our crazy world.
The same stress results when the gifted pup parents are allowed to work at home; the pup simply never learns self-sufficiency. At times, this even crosses over into learned helplessness for your anxious pup. Often, our pups grow into a state of anxious brain lock.
There is hope for your little fur baby with challenges like:
Anxious or fear-based living.
This is where they are just not able to get into a happy place or into an optimal place of learning.
Hence, we now have an over dependent pup that expresses severe separation anxiety, working themselves up into a frenzy and spending the day circling, pacing, and panting, and sometimes even injuring themselves.
Dog Behavior and Training
BEAST or BESTIE?
Let Us Help You to Set Your Dog Up for Success
Dog Training with Compassionate Communications.
At Coaching Canine Companions, we strive to provide a positive and compassionate training environment for all our pup / parent teams.
We understand that each dog is an individual and we approach each dog with an understanding of their specific needs and motivations.
We use humane and effective methods of training that focus on balanced positive reinforcement and compassionate communication.
Our goal is to help you create a happy, content, and well-behaved canine companion that you can enjoy for many years to come.
What is Dog Training with Compassionate Communications?
At Coaching Canine Companions, we believe in a different approach to dog training. We call it Dog Training with Compassionate Communications.
This approach focuses on building a strong bond between the pet and their owner through trust, empathy, cooperative learning, patience, and acceptance.
Our techniques are designed to help dogs learn without the use of fear, intimidation or heavy-handed punishment.
The Tools that I Am Going to Share with You Will Be Used to Help Desensitize Your Pups Emotional Dysregulation and Will Help to Build Up their Self-Confidence.
At Coaching Canine Companions, we believe that every dog and their person deserves the very best. We specialize in providing customized, holistic dog training for all types of dogs, from service to pet. Our team of highly experienced trainers provide tailored instruction and guidance to help you and your canine companion reach your goals.
What You and Your Dog Will Learn in this Master Dog Training & Behavior Program
How to correct current behavior issues, while preventing them later.
How to communicate with your dog effectively.
Balance your dogs' nervous system while creating emotional stability.
How to develop a special canine companion relationship.
Understand how to clam your dog quickly with lasting results.
How to respond around strangers and other animals, including other dogs.
Learn what they don't teach you in regular dog obedience training.
Walk kindly on the leash without pulling.
Behave well off-leash.
Tolerate strange sights, smells, and noises.
Develop a well behaved dog through mutual cooperation and respect.
Calm your dog during high stimulation events.
Show ease and comfort around people in heavily populated areas.
It is important that dogs are trained to work successfully in a variety of settings. We will show you how to succeed with that and so much more.
At Coaching Canine Companions, we prioritize teaching pup parents the art of canine communication as the primary tool for building a lasting relationship with their dogs.
Successful dog training is about more than just physical control and obedience. It's about building a strong bond and effective communication with your furry friend.
While leash handling skills are essential, we believe that the leash should be used primarily as a guide for establishing boundaries, rather than simply moving your dog from point A to point B.
Our team of experienced trainers will guide you through the process of understanding your dog's body language, vocal cues, and behavior. By learning to interpret and respond to your dog's communication signals, you'll gain the foundation needed to address behavioral issues and strengthen your relationship.
Top Dog Behavior Trips
Welcome to our top dog behavior training tips!
As pet parents ourselves, we understand the importance of a well-behaved and balanced furry friend.
Whether you have a new puppy or a seasoned companion, these expert tips will help you build a strong bond and have a happy, well-adjusted dog in no time!
1. Consistency is key:
Dogs thrive on routine and consistency. Set clear rules and expectations from the beginning and stick to them.
This will help your dog understand what is expected of them and create a peaceful and structured environment.
2. Positive reinforcement:
Play and Reward-based training is highly effective. Use treats, praise, and toys to reward your dog's good behavior.
This will encourage them to repeat those behaviors and learn faster. Remember to be generous with your praise and keep training sessions short and fun.
3. Be a strong leader:
Dogs are pack animals and look to their pup parents for guidance. Establish yourself as a confident and trustworthy leader by setting boundaries and providing guidance.
This will help your dog feel secure and reduce unwanted behaviors, such as excessive barking or separation anxiety.
4. Enrichment training and socialization:
Expose your dog to different people, animals, and environments from a young age. Proper enrichment and socialization is crucial for preventing fear and aggression issues. Gradually introduce your dog to new experiences and reward them for calm and confident behavior.
5. Exercise and mental stimulation:
A tired dog is a well-behaved dog. Regular exercise helps release excess energy, reduces behavioral problems, and keeps your dog physically fit.
Additionally, mental stimulation through puzzle toys, obedience training, and interactive games is just as important to keep their minds sharp and engaged.
6. Patience and persistence:
Dog training takes time and effort. Be patient with your furry friend and understand that each dog learns at their own pace. Celebrate small victories and remain consistent and persistent.
Your dedication will pay off, and you'll have a well-behaved dog who brings joy and companionship to your life.
Remember, training is an ongoing process, and it's never too late to start. Incorporate these tips into your daily routine and enjoy the rewards of a happy, obedient, and well-behaved dog.
If you want further guidance or in-depth training, be sure to check out our online dog behavior class or contact us for personalized assistance. Happy training!