Learn the first step to loving your dog's behavior!
Discover a little known, but highly effective, secret to getting your dog to behave.
Do you want to be proud of your dog, not embarrassed by him? It can happen - and the first step is uncovering how by grabbing your free digital download that holds a secret that will create the relationship with your dog you have always dreamed of.
New! Online Training Course
Are you the owner of a dog that could use some training in manners? Wishing you could walk your dog and not feel stressed? Tired of worrying whether your dog is going to bark, pull, or barrel down the squirrels in your neighborhood?
Well, we've got just the thing for you - our exclusive online training course, Manners Matter. Not only will you learn the secrets to how we train dogs every day, but you'll also learn more about how your dog sees you, and the world around them!
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In-Person Training Classes
Just got a puppy? Have an older dog who could use some etiquette training? At Paws and Possibilities, we've created a special blend of training that is designed to improve your relationship with your dog so you can just enjoy your companionship (instead of being the bad guy).
Each class is structured around the needs of your dog. Rather than following a pre-set curriculum, we give you exactly what you need each week to make progress. Our simple exercises, easy to understand explanations, and perfect analogies make progress inevitable.
Find the training option that best suits you and your furry friend!
“When I first called you, Lucy was the issue. She had bitten the mail man, couldn’t be brushed, and chased every car arriving and leaving the property. In addition, she barked at every noise the neighbors made, without ceasing!! Most recently, the FedEx man has delivered with out a bark. I am brushing her every evening without threat, and much to my delight, all three dogs were barking at the kids at the driveway and when I opened the door, they stopped (which means they knew I would say STOP, their command to be quiet when people arrive). I am still working on their behavior when I am not home: I want them to bark (just not bite). Lucy has not been aggressive since we have been working with her. Her confidence seems to have dramatically increased. She is obedient and loves the positive reinforcement. I have corrected her a handful of times. If you remember, the breeder suggested to my son in law that we put her down because that breed is not very apt to change/improve. She has made significant progress! Thanks so much for your help!”