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Baxter came to us as a hyperactive young Golden Retriever from Braintree, MA to address his pulling, jumping, mouthing, chewing, and drinking from the toilet. Baxter completed our behavioral modification program in a board and train setting. Baxter has learned to greet people politely, walk on and off leash, obey his owners commands, and leave his goofy puppy antics in the past.
Tashi was rescued from the meat trade in China. Her rough start in life paired with the characteristics of the Tibetan Mastiff breed meant that Tashi would growl, lunge and snarl at people she did not know. Tashi’s owner wanted to her to have a better life and learn that she can trust people and enjoy accompanying her owner outside the home. Through our aggressive dog rehabilitation program Tashi became more tolerant of people and learned to trust others.
Turbo the Doberman began his training with us barking and jumping all over people as they passed. He disliked other dogs, and would bolt through doors and grab kids toys. After training with us Turbo has learned to control himself, and greet people without jumping or barking at the as they pass by. He also learned to become more tolerant of other dogs.
Scout is a Bernedoodle from Boxford, MA that began her training with us at 6 months of age to complete our Super Dog Program. Through training with us Scout learned to be a well behaved puppy and enjoy the freedom of being off leash. This video features her working with a 7 year old handler to show how easy to handle she was after training.
This video shows the long term success our clients can enjoy after training. A big part of training is maintaining it once complete. We have two videos showing them maintaining their performance months and years after their training with us. In this video you will see them working around dogs and other people as all the dogs in the video are post graduate from our aggressive dog rehabilitation program. Prior to training these dogs were reactive towards, dogs, people, or both as well as cars, bikes etc. A big part of the success of our training is that we spend time to train the owner as well and offer long term support to make sure dogs do not revert back. Our group maintenance classes are designed as a drop in refresher class for both the dog and owner and offer a chance to work around the distraction of other dogs and people. While this class is not mandatory and clients come as they please- whether it be once every few years or once a month, it is recommended to keep your handling skills and your dogs listening skills sharp!
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