CANINE BEHAVIORAL REHAB
Problematic behaviors are best addressed in context. Our interactive and individualized sessions begin in your home with in-person training and/or video call assessment and instruction. After in-home goals are achieved, instruction may continue in other contexts as appropriate. For example, PHD has specially-trained teacher dogs who help us instruct our skills & socialization lessons outside of the client's home. All family members who regularly interact with the dog are encouraged to be present at session. Sessions may be individual or small group and are interactive and emphasize hands-on learning for our human clients.
COMMON BEHAVIORS REHABILITATED
We help you to healthy alternative behaviors to replace problematic ones, and guide your dog in achieving this gently and effectively. Common problematic behaviors rehabilitated include: separation anxiety; incessant barking, reactivity to dogs, humans or other animals; mouthing, nipping and/or biting; jumping up or tripping people; pulling and/or lunging on the walk; inappropriate chewing or digging; resource guarding and/or other types of possessive behavior; in-fighting in the pack; inappropriate play behaviors; inattentiveness and selective obedience; fearful or aggressive behaviors; and hyperactivity.
Your free initial consultation includes an estimate of your training program length. Contact us now to schedule! Your rate of progress through the curriculum depends on the age of your dog, his or her temperament and level of prior socialization, and your dedicated practice of homework.
VIDEO CALL AND IN-PERSON INSTRUCTION OPTIONS ARE AVAILABLE: PHD provides in-person instruction to variety of locations in New Mexico, including Alamogordo and Las Cruces. We now offer in-person services in El Paso, TX! Please contact us for more information about our individualized video call sessions. Ask us about current promotions and rates of tuition.