As Ann Arbor dog trainers, we can help you stop dog aggression.
Here is a list of the most common behavioral problems our Ann Arbor dog trainers deal with:
Ann Arbor Canine Coach, LLC provides positive reinforcement training using motivational techniques. They do everything from puppy classes to basic dog training and behavior modification.
Toilet issues are not just confined to young pups, but can occur with adult dogs who were previously well house-trained. In this instance, it's possible that your dog is "marking" its surroundings. This can be a dog's way of creating boundaries by using its scent, enabling him to feel safe and possibly protecting valuable food sources or pack members. On rare occasions, there can be underlying medical or nutritional issues contributing to the problem. As with other dog behavioral issues, it's important to look holistically at the problem in order to find the root cause. The root causes of inappropriate and latent onset of toileting issues with adult dogs can be many and varied. The good news is that these problems are almost always resolvable. The best thing to do is to consult a professional such as ourselves. We will provide expert advice and assistance to help you resolve and toileting or marking issues you have with your Ann Arbor dogs.
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Northfield Dog Training offers weekly dog training classes at our southwest Ann Arbor facilities. Our instructors, dog trainers who have all been teaching dog training classes for a minimum of 10 years, have a combined 85+ years of experience. Our big building was custom built for dog training activities and has the best cushioned floor in the area. We have a large variety of breeds training with us, including many mixed breeds.Marcia teaches Puppy Kindergarten and our CGC classes, and she very much enjoys helping people get off to a wonderful start with their puppies. Raissa first came to Adele and Northfield Dog Training in the early 1990s with her first Alaskan malamute, Cody. He was not a particularly nice dog, but Adele graciously worked with them, and Raissa became hooked on the conversation. In 1997, Sister, another Alaskan malamute, was sent to Raissa, but she was not at all like Cody. Sister was happy and good natured and they had as much fun as a dog and person can have in the obedience and agility rings. Sister earned her MACH and had two litters. Since Sister, Raissa has earned 15 MACHs with Sister's progeny. Her granddaughter Aura, and her son Bootstrap are the first Alaskan malamutes to have earned OTCH pts as well. They also love to sled, and cart and occasionally, weight pull. Over the years, Raissa has taught many classes at the Ann Arbor Dog Training Club as well. She loves to train the dog and looks forward to sharing her experience with you. Terry Jacobus is owned by three shelties. Having had prior shelties, she looked forward to taking these three everywhere she went, as she did her others. When she brought home a puppy with behavioral problems, that all changed.Harmony Dog Training is a proud partner of the . Through our partnership, we offer the following classes at their beautiful Ann Arbor facility. Class descriptions follow. You can view a and . We've helped thousands of owners and dogs of all breeds and temperaments achieve their training goals throughout Metro Detroit, Ann Arbor and surrounding areas.