“We sent our 17 week old labrador, Koa, to Sabrina’s boot camp when we realized that he was pretty much the boss of the house, despite our best efforts at training him. When we sent him, we were dealing with these issues: – He wasn’t crate trained – He would fight walking on a leash because he was obsessed with smelling everything – He would jump constantly on people upon greeting them despite our attempts to keep him down – He would moan/growl if we tried to move him off the couch. – He wouldn’t lay down if he wasn’t going to get a treat. He was the boss, and he knew it. Upon getting him back, basically all of the above issues are resolved. He doesn’t dare to get on the couch because it is off limits now, he heels on walks and lies down on command (not 100% perfect, but pretty close). He doesn’t jump on people when meeting them. He doesn’t moan or growl when I move him around. He doesn’t expect treats. Sabrina did a phenomenal job. She trained us as well on how walk him, behave around him, and how to continue his training. We plan to continue with some off leash training in a couple weeks. A couple other points: – Although Koa came home a more humble dog, he was still happy, loving, and playful…his personality was still the same, he was just much, much more obedient. – Balanced Obedience is Military Friendly. Thanks, Sabrina, for supporting our troops. ”
One-on-One dog training is not just a luxury; it’s a necessity for fostering a healthy relationship between dogs and their owners.