Who we are

We use positive reinforcement-based dog training methods and the least intrusive methods nurturing the bond with your companion animal. We don't us aversive stimulation (fear) positive punishment/negative reinforcement based methods.  We find them unethical, inefficent, ineffective when working with your companion animal. These methods come with behavior risks like (fall out, flooding, shutting down) and deteriorate the human animal bond. We are also very passionate about pet-overpopulation and the plight of homeless dogs. Having extensive experience working with rescue animals, we know that the right training and behavior change program helps these animals find and keep their forever homes.  We also strive to keep current companion animals in their current homes.  

Peeping Dog

Our Trainers

Mission Statement

To help increase and/or strengthen the bond between the dog and it's human by giving you the tools to communicate effectively with your dog and help them understand the rules of living as a canine in a human world. Respectively, we strive to teach the Human the finer points of canine communication. Being passionate about the cause of pet-overpopulation and the plight of homeless dogs, strengthening the human/animal bond as well as giving canines more confidence will reduce adoption failures and the need to re-home dogs.

Meet our Kennel Techs & Office Staff

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Laura,
BBC Assistant Manager, KT,
Junior Trainer

Cute Papillon Dog

Allecia,
Behavior Center/
Studio
Front Desk

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Marlie
BBC KT pm Lead

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Madison
BBC KT pm Lead
Junior Trainer
Pet First Aid

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Jordan,
Studio KT Lead/
Junior Trainer
Pet First Aid

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Tanya,
Studio KT Lead/
Apprentice
Pet First Aid

Dog's Portrait

Nina
Studio
Front Desk

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Eli, KT
Pet First Aid
Apprentice

Happy Dog

Kyle B, KT

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Sydnee, KT

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Jade, KT

Dog

Jordan H, KT

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Tica, KT

Dog's Portrait

Kyle C, KT

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Jaden, KT

Yorkshire Terrier

Marelie
Apprentice