You want the best for your dog. You may have tried other training services or watched videos on the internet to try to help your dog overcome aggression, fear, anxiety, or other unhealthy behaviors—without making much progress.
You may feel frustrated, embarrassed and discouraged because all you want is for your dog to behave normally, and you worry this cannot be achieved. We’re here to help! We can help you and your dog with our comprehensive approach to canine behavior modification.
What Makes Us The Right Choice For Your Dog’s Behavior Therapy?
We have been helping dogs with behavior issues for over a decade. We pride ourselves in staying current on the latest science in the field! Your dog’s past experiences, genetic makeup, environment, and personality are all essential factors we consider when making a plan to change behavior.
How Are We Different?
At Freak On A Leash, training is about your dog enjoying and choosing to participate in the training process. Our trainers are skilled, compassionate and effective in helping your dog without using intimidation, fear, force or harmful training techniques. Our goal is to understand and address the root causes of your dog’s behavior issues. This translates to your dog feeling better on the inside, not simply appearing to be better on the outside through behavior suppression. Understanding why a behavior is occurring is the first and most important step in achieving lasting behavior change.
What To Expect
We will take a thorough history of your dog and the environment he lives in, as well as the issues you are experiencing. After determining the best way to improve things for both of you, we will provide input on the path forward and immediate strategies to help with your specific problems. Training will begin in your initial session.
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We Can Help With
- Anxiety and fear
- Noise phobias
- Separation anxiety
- Aggression towards people
- General anxiety
- Aggression towards children
- Chewing inappropriate things
- Reactivity on walks
- Hyperactivity and over-arousal
- Aggression towards dogs in the household
- Car chasing
- Excessive barking
- Compulsive disorders
- And much more!
Initial Session & 5 Follow Up Sessions
Initial Session & 9 Follow Up Sessions