Whether you're just bringing a new puppy or adult dog home, or have a dog with some behavior challenges, you might find that adorable dog you love does some less-than-adorable things. If your dog's having accidents in the house, chewing up your best shoes, reacting badly to strangers or other dogs on leash, or has trouble staying alone, Capitol Area Dog Training and Behavior Consulting offers positive solutions designed for your individual home and family.
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Every dog is unique, but they also share a lot of common behavioral traits. Behavioral specialists at Capitol Area Dog Training and Behavior Consulting can help you help your dog.
We approach dog behavior consulting with the belief that all dogs are good dogs, some just have a tougher time acting like it. All dogs can learn. Let Capitol Area Dog Training and Behavior Consulting show you how to teach them.
Call 240-780-8408 today to learn more about dog behavior consulting in Germantown, MD.
Dog training gives you and your dog the tools to live together in harmony. By giving your dog proper positive training, in Gemantown, MD, you'll know he knows the house rules. You'll learn how to discipline and reward your dog the right way.
By registering for dog training in Germantown, MD, you can make sure that your dog follows your house rules.
It's a great time to get started and the best time to teach him what YOU want him to know! Gentle, effective, science-based training and behavior modification can help you head potential problems off at the pass.
Call (240) 780-8408 today for details, and to reserve your space!
Capitol Area Dog Training and Behavior Consulting offers personalized dog training and individual behavior modification programs that give you practical, efficient and effective solutions, taught without pain or punishment. All private programs begin with an initial consultation, to learn more about your goals and your dogs' challenges and all sessions are held in your home at convenient times that best fit your schedule.
Does your dog bark excessively, jump up on guests at the door, steal food off the counter or run out the door when he gets the chance, and not come back when you call? Do you have a shy, fearful dog who hides when family members or visitors come, or over-reacts around strangers and children? Help is available!