The key to success is in training is to have a solid plan that breaks the biggest goals down into small, easy to learn, steps. I can help!
You need the right tools.
The right tools will ensure that you get maximum benefit from time invested in training. I’ll send you my personal must have training supplies list. I’ve spent thousands of dollars researching products, to make sure that you are getting the most bang for your buck.
You need a solid training plan.
Everybody has advice about training. Most of the advice you get off the internet or from family or friends will do more harm than good. Other advice might have some value, but out of context, it’s hard to know how or when to apply it. My training plan gives you a big picture look at how all the different pieces of the training puzzle fits together.
“I need more help!”
If you need more one-on-one help, you can set up a consultation with Alyssa. In this 1.5-2 hour consultation, we discuss your dog’s behavior patterns, your training goals, and we will outline a customized training plan.
Consultations can be done in combination with the online courses, or you can work with Alyssa in weekly online Skype sessions on a customized training plan.
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To set up a consultation, fill out this form and receive an email for available consultation time slots.
Less Stress, More Stress Relief
The first thing you need to do is get my 3-part-video series that provides insights and inspirations when training a dog with behavior problems. It’s everything you wish you knew from the get go.
This will also sign you up for my short emails, insider only giveaways and other tips, tools and revelations about training our dogs to live their best life.
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Why is this different?
This is the most effective form of training available. Why? Here are three big reasons why this training is exactly what you’ve been looking for. You will walk away with training that will wow your family and friends.
There is a big mis-understanding when it comes to behavioral training, here are 3 myths: