Dog Outdoors

Considerate Canine Programs

3 reasons you should choose this program

       1. You need assistance changing your dog's behavior

       2. Your dog seriously needs some manners

       3. Despite the training you've done with your dog, you feel stuck and need help

I develop this program to help your needs specifically. This is not a cookie cutter program. If you are looking for help because your dog doesn't like people with hats, because your dog doesn't come when called, or because your dog barks at the mailman, this is a great program for you. Over the course of the program, I'll help you address the issues your dog is having.

What makes this different?

What's included?

- Personalized training plan to address training needs

- Private in-home training sessions

- Access to Google Drive Folder with note guides and supplemental materials

- Unlimited texts & emails during business hours with trainer for 1-2 months

- LIFTETIME access to Bark 4 Joy Client Facebook Group

- A few SECRET bonuses!

How it works

While I create your program to accomplish your training goals, it is not a set curriculum. This allows you the freedom to add or change things as you learn more throughout our training sessions together. I will help you determine the topics we can cover, including, but not limited to:

- Dog-Dog Interaction

- Timidness/Shyness

- Loose Leash Walking

- Basic Obedience

- House Manners

- CGC preparation

These training topics can help make you feel joy and peace when around your dog rather than frustration and embarrassment. 

With the above information, I create a week-by-week schedule that includes session plans and homework assignments. This program is between 1 to 2 months.

Ready to get started?

The first step for this program is scheduling a discovery call. Click the link below to sign up for a call time! These calls last approximately 15 minutes. It allows me to understand your training desires and provides me the opportunity to explain the program more in-depth.

Ready to get started?