Frustrated by your dog's behavior? Not sure you are doing the right thing? Getting conflicting
advice? It's time to recruit an expert. Don't delay any longer; seek help today and get relief!
What you can expect:Please Note: I do not give free advice or prognoses over the phone. To
do so without an evaluation would be a disservice to you and your dog!
What dog parents like
you are saying:
♥ I am so
happy with the progress in one session. Ashley F., New Cumberland
♥ We were
at a point that I was concerned we would have to find a new home for our Sugar, and that would have broken our hearts. I
have to tell you that things are so much better here that it almost brings tears to my eyes. ... You have literally saved
our family, for that you have our sincere and heartfelt gratitude. Thank you so much for being there! Debbie
♥ Piper is
doing so well! Her walk yesterday and today were an A!!! This morning after walking close to a mile we saw a group of small
children and adults with bikes and strollers, scooters... I told her to sit and stay and she did. Then when it was safe to
proceed we did. Not once did she pull and she was right at my heels on a loose lead. There was a time where I didn't think
I'd enjoy a walk with my whacky puppy. Thanks for all the information! I actually enjoy our walks now! Robin G.,
♥ I would encourage anyone that
has a dog with fear aggression (or any type of negative behavior) to contact Naomi for an assessment. With Naomi there
is hope!!!! Naomi is very professional, kind, nonjudgmental, extremely knowledgeable regarding dog behavior, patient,
fun, on time, responsive to my emails and honest... I definitely recommend Naomi!!!! Jean H., Harrisburg
Got a puller? See a client's experience.
Interested in a behavior consultation?
1. Please complete a Behavior History Form. The information you provide on the form is very important in allowing me to best serve
you and your dog. After reviewing your form, I will contact you by phone.
2. Once an appointment date is confirmed, a secure deposit of $50 will be required before proceeding with the consultation.
will be closed July 11th - 14th.
Now scheduling new clients for September.
* The Certified Behavior Consultant Canine-Knowledge Assessed (CBCC-KA)
designation by the Certification Council For Professional Dog Trainers requires extensive knowledge of canine fears, phobias and aggression problems. The CBCC-KA requires at least 500 hours of consulting
based on experience and educational background to qualify, as well as a 180-question exam on Applied Behavior Analysis,
Ethology, Body Language, Observational Skills, Consulting Skills & Best Practices.
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