• Training Philosophy - The Calm K9 Dog Training

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    Curtis is a world-renowned dog behavior expert with a unique perspective and amazing insight of the human dog relationship. Using a pack of over 20 dogs he brings the dogs back to a “natural state” removing stress and anxiety. Helping them learn how to relate to their human family’s in a much calmer more relaxed way.

    Every one has a different goal when working with dogs. Some want to create a dog that is highly attentive to the owners needs - therapy/service dog. On high alert ready for action - police/military/search and rescue/guard/protection dogs. Highly excitable - agility dogs. These are all incredible and amazing things to see a dog do! However there are specific skills, goals, and mind sets to each one.

    We don't do any of those things...... Our goal is to create a low stress, calm relaxed family dog. A dog that is comfortable going for a walk, playing in the back yard, hanging out calmly during family bbq's, calming interacting with friends and family members. Also a dog that is calm and well behaved during our every day activities around the house, cooking, cleaning, going in and out of the door, reading a book, watching tv, kids doing homework and playing with their friends, etc.....

    Many people believe that training a dog is...... training a dog..... There IS a difference! If you come to me wanting a agility dog, a search and rescue dog, etc.... I will quickly let you know that we are not the right trainers for you. When searching for a dog trainer make sure you have your goals in mind. Are you wanting to create a "working dog" that excited, or a "family dog" that is a calm and relaxed and a pleasure to have around.


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