The mind comes first!
I want to clarify something from the beginning: I stay out of the internet squabble between the natural and the traditional method.
Since my clients pay for results, the technique is not that relevant, what is important is to respect the dog: never hit him or scream at him.
"What the dog needs ...”
My strength is my knowledge and experience in the field: my accurate understanding of what the customer wants and what the dog needs.
The dog's mind needs to be tamed first, the body comes next. We often focus on the dog's skills, if he can walk properly or follow an order. But a dog that meets these requirements is not necessarily a psychologically stable dog, hence my approach to master the mind first.
My knowledge and intuition allow me to understand what the dog needs, what he suffers from and what could be improved so that his behavior changes. But be careful since what works for one dog, does not necessarily work for another... Each time provide a custom made service that depends on the master's personality and the dog's personality.
I always start with a home evaluation
I always start with a home evaluation because the dog spends most of his time there, in his territory.. The implementation must be perfect: we need to find coherence between the dog's territory and his energy.
But I also observed the behavior and energy of the master. Then I prepare my participation: either I train the master and the dog at their home or, if the case is complex and the animal needs to be retrained, I take him with me to my psychological retraining center. Once the retraining is completed, I return him to his home and teach his master how to act in order to be obeyed.
"My winning program...”
My results are guaranteed! I am aware that I have an obligation to achieve results, not means: so I take every new project, every new family, and every new home very seriously. Unlike other training methods, I propose the creation of a true harmonious relationship between master and dog.
My winning program is based on four things: sports, discipline, games and lots of love.