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So far, my family has only had the initial evaluation for our dog. Our dog is a shiba inu, true to his breed- stubborn, territorial, difficult. Tony has given us great tips and was very attentive to our family's and dog's training needs. We look forward to see what kind of progress our dog makes!
I fostered a 5 month old Coonhound that was rescued from a neglectful home. She had very little social skills and a slew of medical issues. The immediate issue, after seeing to the medical, was her food aggression because I have two other dogs. After researching and speaking to a few other dog trainers, I chose Gray House Dog Training because Victoria (the trainer) felt each dog she trains is a separate case and she would evaluate her to see what training would best fit the individual dog. The other trainers had a set training system for all cases. She had my insecure, neglected pup sitting on command at her first session! Victoria interacted with and evaluated my pup before she came up with a plan on how to feed her to eliminate the aggression. And it worked! She also worked with her on a structured routine teaching her how to walk on a leash. We learned basic commands as well. Victoria taught me how to continue training on the days she was not here. It was crucial my pup was trained before she was adopted in order for her to make the transition to her forever home successful. Not only did Victoria teach my pup how to live as a part of a family, she taught her acceptance of love and trust. I am happy to say my Coonie is in her forever home happily living with two Coonie sisters! Politely sharing food and love! Victoria played a crucial part of giving this poor pup a second chance for a wonderful life.
Only had one session so far and we are highly impressed! We learned about our puppy and saw improvements during the first hour. We are excited to continue with our "homework" and look forward to our next session with her.
I had Rose take care of my dog Rocco for one week. Rose kept me informed on a daily basis and was an outstanding pet sitter for my dog. She took pictures and videos with her and Rocco playing. I felt very comfortable and I knew Rose could get the job done at 110%. I would definitely recommend Rose for any type of pet sitting.
She did a great job working with my dog. She kept me updated with his progress and answered any and all questions in a timely manner.
Sarah is awesome. She is very knowledgeable and passionate about dogs and their training. She is patient and explained what we needed to do and why. We can't thank her enough for turning our out of control Lab in to a fantastic family pet.
Lynn was very patient with my full of energy dog Zoie. And now after training my dog calms down and does not act out as much. Thanks Lynn!!
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My dog responded very well to techniques at Spring Canine Academy
Charm city pet care has been great. My dog Is always excited to see her and is taken care of very well. Thank you for all your hard work!
I have raised, trained and shown Rottweilers for over 25 years. I am a very dog-friendly person with many skills. I am currently retired and looking to do something I love, to keep me busy.
I am an experienced dog walker and available seven days a week, as well as overnights. I am looking for a little side hobby and I do enjoy it. I provide great rates. I have a flexible schedule and can check in or walk your dog during the day while you're at work, vacationing, or anytime.
We stand out from other trainers by incorporating many different training techniques to fit your dog's attitude and aptitude. We also use k9 psychology and knowledge of k9 body language to determine how your dog is feeling so that we can adjust our approach if need be.
I love all animals and have several in my family. I groom, feed, and walk all pets that are possible to walk. I am loving and very caring for all animals.
If you practice three principals, Remember, dog education begins with you. When you are in charge, your dog does not have to be. Consistency is a requirement on which your dog depends. Praise and love are the cornerstones that endear you to your dog and him to you. You will have a successful relationship with your dog. Dog training, for the most part, is all about making you and your dog happy. Club Fido trainers use dog-friendly methods, such as food rewards and positive reinforcement. We have 5 trainers on staff, each experienced in their area of expertise. Roseanne Foy trained service dog for many years. She can teach you how to remedy the above behaviors and many, many more in a group class (6 dogs or more) environment. She teaches our Puppy Obedience and Manners classes. Michele Gardner has been training for 10 years. Her Akita won a national event in Rhode Island. She also succeeded in being the number one Akita in the United States for two consecutive years. She is in AKC S.T.A.R. and Puppy classes. She does group, semi-private and private obedience classes, as well as Canine Good Citizen (CGC) classes and testing. Liz Fortna is our agility instructor. She is a knowledgeable agility instructor and a successful competitor with her dogs and handling the dogs of owners. You will experience the bond she develops with the dogs and acknowledge you need to succeed in agility. Beginner Agility is a pre-requisite in basic obedience training. This class will introduce you to the sport of agility at a more competitive level. We will teach your dog how to jump, negotiate the weave poles, teeter and contact equipment. This class will also teach you the beginning stages of maneuvering your dog through a course off leash. Advanced Agility is a pre-requisite in beginner agility class. In this class, you will build on the skills of the beginner class and learn more detailed handling to go around more complex courses. You will fine-tune your weave pole and contacts in this class as well. If you are looking to compete, then this is a great class. Jackie La Palaca run Doga Classes. Experience the ultimate stretching/relaxation dog and owner yoga from her. Doga is a form of yoga that incorporates your dog. Not only is this a great bonding time, it also promotes a healthy lifestyle. Jackie's soothing voice and manner enhances success of her classes. This is also great for those athletic dogs to keep them stretched and healthy. Joyce Bogar teaches our Cart/Draft class. This class is based on the NCA Draft Test Regulations and each step is covered by Joyce Bogar. A swash adjustable freight style harness is required for this class and can be ordered through Club Fido prior to the class. Joyce will help your dog adjust to the harness and cart. You will practice placing the harness correctly on your dog as well as making the connections to the cart. You and your dog will train in backing up, 90 degree turns, and negotiating narrow areas and gates. We also teach the tools needed for a 3-minute in sight and out of sight down stay.
I provide pet care in your home and dog lodging in mine. I am a member of Pet Sitters International. I have a certificate in professional pet sitting, and I am pet first aid/CPR trained. This is an insured, bonded and licensed business that is owned and operated by a former teacher.
I use safe, humane, positive reinforcement methods that allow you and your dog to have fun while working.
We offer one-on-one private in-home dog training. We specialize in basic and advanced obedience and behavior modification.
I provide dog walking and in-home pet care. I will keep your pets feeling safe and loved while you are away from home, avoiding kennel cough and anxiety.
I do non-toxic detailed cleaning for residential and post-construction. I also provide dog walking services. I employ my 18-year-old daughter, Shelby, for this duty. She is wonderful with all pets. She is even available to exercise horses. She is an avid rider and a great barn hand, if in need.
Owings Mills, MD