"My goal in life is to be as good of a person as my dog already thinks I am."

 

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IN HOME DOG TRAINING IN DALLAS

POSITIVELY DOG

WOULD YOU LIKE YOUR DALLAS TRAINED DOG TO:

 
Come when called Heel quietly at your side with no pulling Sit on command Lie down on command Stay, in any position, until you release Greet visitors without jumping Be sociable with other dogs Bark at appropriate times only


I will work with you and your dog to train in your home, where problems exist, to develop the respect and trust needed to create that special relationship.  Together we will build a level of communication so that you understand each other and therefore you can become the guardian your dog deserves.  I do request that you commit to the time and effort necessary for this journey.

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COME.  HEEL.  SIT.  DOWN.  STAY.

 

These are the commands of basic dog obedience training.  They are merely words that by themselves mean nothing.  I will coach you how to use these words as commands for shaping your dog's behavior and, most importantly, being comfortable with your voice while doing so.  Together we will discover your style and your dog's style and then create a program, in your own home, to get you both on the same page.  I am a dog trainer and behaviorist who coaches humans to become the same.

RALLY-OBEDIENCE CLASSES

 

Come.  Heel. Sit. Down. Stay--these are the basic commands used in the newest dog sport in Dallas which trains your dog while having fun. 
 
Learn true communication with your dog.  You will practice the 27 different exercises with different courses each week.  Have fun while building a better relationship with your dog.  

Classes will be held Sat 11-12 noon at Wagging Tail Dog Park, in Dallas on Keller Springs just west of Preston Road .  All classes will be on leash and will be at the rear of the property.

Please contact Pamela Christy via e-mail or phone for dates and to enroll.

Pamela@positively-dog.com
(972) 385-6485

ABOUT THE TRAINER

I have always had a "special way" with animals. 

 

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