Tools don’t train your dog, but they can be great communicators in bridging gaps between the two of you. We are experts in all tools and can help guide you through on how to start training your dog on and off leash. Once they are listening to you well on the leash, we can set our expectations higher and advance to off leash training.
The foundation to teaching your dog leash pressure and how to properly respond to you when taking them for a walk.
We tap into your dog’s value system and use it to our advantage.
We highly recommend them, but there’s only a select few brands we endorse- from leash walking to sporting and protection work.
An alternative and less aversive option than the Herm Sprenger
Dogtra, SportDog and Educator Technologies are the only Brands we train with for Off Leash Training. E-Collars are great for Tone Recalls (Rover come!) and also for Deaf/Blind Dogs.
We encourage clicking, targeting, shaping and marking actions and behaviors- Pavlovian Style.
These collars can be used incorrectly and abusively. It’s important to work with trainers who know how to condition your dog properly to walking on training collars such as prong collars. They are not for every dog or owner.
Leashes are a great tool to use in any envirnoment. Long line leashes can be up to 50ft long to give your dog more freedom and challenges to obey commands on cue at more advanced distances.
Much like any other leash or collar, martingales apply pressure when there is tension on the leash. These collars are great for training dogs who are sensitive and have low energy drives.
We find purpose in every tool and if used properly, retractable leashes can be very helpful to training your dog in certain areas of obedience.