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I help people understand how their dog communicates and teach them how to use canine communication to change their dog's behavior.


Canine communication is the language that dogs use to "speak" to each other. Consisting of different components such as barking, howling, whining, body posturing and much much more.

Quite a bit of what they are trying to tell us is missed due to the fact we as humans just do not know what to look for.

Lack of communication between humans and canines becomes very evident when owners take their dogs for training and they come back with the same issues they went in with.

Why has training stopped working and why is it that some dogs just don't seem to want to listen?

It isn't that the training didn't work (I am sure your dog learned all of the things they taught you), it's that training was being used when there was a behavioral (communication) issue.

Training is great to teach your dog new things, but if your dog is not listening to you it is not because they are not trained, it is because you are not speaking to them in a way they understand.

Yes, they have been trained to cue in on certain words or hand signals used but they are not understanding why they are to be doing these things we ask of them.

If you want your dog to listen to you, you have to be able to have a conversation with them on a daily basis.

You have to learn to speak dog!

If you are thinking right now that you have failed your dog in some way or that your dogs' behavior is your fault...STOP!

Humans can only learn from the information that is presented to them.

If you did not have this information, then how could you know something was not right?

You don't know what you don't know.

If you have done the whole training thing and your dog is still not listening, your dog most likely has a behavior issue.

Book your free call here


And we can see if Behavior Coaching is a good fit.

What have you got to lose?

You deserve this!

Your dog deserves this!

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P.S. Check out my free course "Intro to Canine Communication" that will explain the difference between training and communication and help you start implementing it NOW!

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