It’s been a hard year so far. Oh, I know: “hard” is an understatement. The world got flipped upside down and inside out, and people have been struggling with the fallout ever since. Which is why I’m writing this post.
Our pets are our family. We love and cherish them just like we love and cherish our human family members. So, when our pets are having problems, we do the best we can to help them. But, this year, financially, we all have been stretched to the max. Stress levels are high, and this has affected our beloved pets. Where they were well-behaved before, now they are anxious, unruly, ill-mannered, and generally the complete opposite of the calm, happy dog they used to be before the world flipped upside down and inside out. It’s become a vicious circle: We try to stay calm, but the dog isn’t having it, we get frustrated, the dog feels that and acts out even more… It can be quite overwhelming, and it’s very easy to lose hope.
Please don’t give up. I’m here to help.
I don’t do virtual classes, I make house calls. I don’t do phone sessions, I come right to you. I don’t do group classes, I work one-on-one exclusively. I don’t have specific lesson times, I work with your schedule. If your dog needs more than one session [sessions are 1 hour], we’ll talk about it and come up with a solution that will work for you.
If you’re at your wits’ end with your dog and you feel like you have nowhere left to turn, call me. If you have already tried classes, other trainers, and everything else under the sun, but you’ve had little or no success, call me. If your dog is such a stinker for you that you’re convinced there’s no hope of fixing him or her, call me. Because, until you’ve worked with me, you haven’t tried “everything” or “everyone”.
Have a great day, and remember: Stay calm, and lead on.