“When we understand the motivation behind the behavior, when we can see what the dog was trying to communicate, when we can see the situation from the dog’s perspective, we are better able to intelligently assess and humanely correct the problem.”
Suzanne Clothier, Dog Trainer
Is your doggy misbehavin’?
Most unwanted behaviors are caused by lack of exercise and poor socialization skills. That is why it is so important to start working with your new puppy as soon as you bring him home. Older dogs can benefit from a behavior modification program if needed. In general, the sooner we catch the dog doing something we don’t like, the sooner we can change it.
Below is a partial list of common dog behaviors that frustrate their owners. Together we can figure out what is going on and come up with a plan to change the way your dog thinks about their world.
Contact me to make an appointment. The sooner we get on it, the sooner we can change it for the better for both species.
Our Awesome Clients!
We started bringing our puppy to Rebecca’s place as soon as we could. We heard great things about the way she cares for dogs and we needed help since was our first dog. Our pup has grown up and we get compliments all the time on how well behaved she is. We will use Rebecca for as long as she continues to work with dogs. We love her.
Rebecca Goldstone of Willow Glen Paws is the best puppy caretaker ever. He was so happy there. She sent us daily pictures and txts to update us on how he was doing. I had peace of mind knowing that he was in a safe and healthy environment and well cared for.
I highly recommend her for day care/ boarding especially puppies.