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Dee Ganley Dog Training & Behaviorial Consultations

East Andover, NH

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“Aggression issues and Normal Adolescent Behaviors. Plus 35 yrs experience and many certifications..”

About Dee Ganley Dog Training & Behaviorial Consultations

I work with reactive dogs/fearful and modifying aggression is my specialty. I teach dogs self-control skills so they can be the best, 4-footed friend ever.

Dee is the author of "Changing People Changing Dogs-positive solutions for working with dogs." I have lectured all over New England, Canada and UK, and I love working with the pet dog community, helping them improve their relationships.

I teach classes in many locations, including Bow, Lebanon, Warner, Andover, plus York ME. I have many certifications: CPDT-KA, CCBC #4944, CABC #093, and CGC evaluator-#3584.

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East Andover, NH 03231

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  • 5/5 stars April 6, 2011

    One year after rescuing a one-year old female German Shepherd and despite countless hours in classes with various trainers and consulting behaviorists, that dog was still aggressive/reactive , not only towards dogs and strangers, but to me and the rest of my family.
    I was very close to giving up on her until I was fortunate enough to meet Dee Ganley. Dee taught me that a reactive dog is one who has to be taught self control with positive reinforcement, that my dog needed a handler who has to remain calm to properly manage her reactive behavior and how to use different techniques to change her responses to stimuli.
    Dee sees every dog as an individual, she has terrific dog instinct, and has many years of experience helping dogs and their handlers, so she is able to give advice based on your own dog's needs, your experience as a handler and your level of commitment .
    Thank you, Dee, for all your help, guidance and understanding, which has made my dog, Annie, a cherished part of our family!

  • 5/5 stars April 6, 2011

    I highly recommend Dee to anyone looking for a wonderful, compassionate, hands on trainer for their dog. Dee knows her stuff. It is all positive reinforcement and she offers a variety of methods and tools. She looks at each dog individuality and caters to their needs. I have been to several trainers in the area but Dee is by far the best. I have done group classes as well as privates and have never been disappointed.

  • 5/5 stars April 5, 2011

    Dee really helped me to assess what was going on between two dogs having issues in my household, and how to deal with it. Turned out one of the dogs had hypothyroidism, which Dee has suggested I get him tested for. Between management, training, and medication, I now have a peaceful household. Dee is GREAT!

  • 5/5 stars April 5, 2011

    When we met Dee we had 3 dogs, one of which was very ‘reactive’. Dee Ganley, dog trainer extraordinaire, set us on the right path to begin reclaiming control over our household. Her practical, straightforward approach was much appreciated. Her greatest gift to us was teaching us how to read our dog’s behavior so that we could maximize the type of reward based instruction we give our pets. From the first moment I met Dee, and watched her with her own dog, I knew that was the type of relationship I would like to build with my own dogs. Thanks in large part to meeting Dee Ganley life at home and on the road with our dogs is lots of fun! Dee taught us how to build a relationship with our dogs so that they know what behavior is expected of them. We’ve learned that each interaction is an opportunity to teach with kindness and respect for our furry family members. We highly recommend Dee’s services.
    Sue and Ben Cluff

Question and answer

Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. I'm here for you when you need to talk....

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. Checking Their references and certifications are the nationally recognized.. how many years have they been teaching and working dogs. Do they used Positive techniques..

Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?

A. I have written and published manuals and books..
I have 35 plus years working with dogs and their humans creating wonderful relationship and working with some of the most difficult cases.
I have many certifications and am well recieved in the community and refered by many vets in the area and have worked been referred by Tuffs . I speak and lecture all over NE & CA have written a number of books and manuals "Changing People Changing Dogs -positive solutions for working with dogs

Q. What do you like most about your job?

A. Love fixing the relationship and figuring out what will help bring them closer together . Creating a good training plan so they can become successful.

Q. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?

A. Why can you help us?
I have 35years working with dogs in many disaplines and feel the tool box I ahve created can help most anyone and more any aggression isses or just adolecsent out of control issues.
Working humanely and using good sciene tecniques.

Q. Do you have a favorite story from your work?

A. Check my web site for success stories.. new ones posted regularity www.deesdogs.com

Q. What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession?

A. How much I love working with you both.. humans and canines and seeing the relationship flourish..

Q. How did you decide to get in your line of work?

A. Had a difficult dog I adopted and loved figuring her out with out intimidating her to listen to me... Kindness and using the science of operant conditioning techniques works;-)

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