I train with a motto of “If your dog isn’t having fun, then chances are he’s not going to do what you want him to do”. That’s the case for humans as well.  Don’t we all learn quicker and better if we are enjoying what we are doing?   The same goes for dogs! 

My teaching is based on positive reinforcement, positive associations, and interactive games that make learning fun.

Using positive reinforcement your dog is rewarded for doing the right thing, and that result in the likelihood of them doing it again!

Both of the pictures below are examples of dogs sitting and "watch me" .  Getting your dog to pay attention to you regardless of where they are is a great way to stop doing something you don't want them to do and redirect them to do something you do want them to do.  This and many other behaviors that are great do use in every day life are taught in both the group and private training sessions.