DOG OWNER. DOG LOVER. DOG TRAINER.
My name is Byron, I am a professional dog trainer and educator in the field of Dog Training and Behavior Modification helping families and dogs achieve balance.
I began working with dogs in 2005, after leaving corporate America, the pharmaceutical industry. I started a dog walking business which led me further into a rewarding career of training dogs and educating families on how to live with your dogs in harmony.
My Unique approach to dog training is geared more towards addressing the fundamental state of mind of your dog, rather than focusing on creating rehearsed behaviors. I am much more concerned with creating a happy, healthy, balanced dog than creating a dog that simply knows a few obedience commands.
When working with the canine species I am geared towards creating a balanced relationship between humans and dogs by building a solid foundation and clear communication through hands-on training. I will teach and assist the handler to create that perfect bridge of clear communication with your dog.
The dog and handler will learn to communicate with a marker system successfully. I will teach you how to read your dog's body language, how to advocate for your dog during uncomfortable situations without any conflict.
Also, you will learn how to communicate with your dog using a specific tool for walking. I appreciate and value the immense styles of dog training; however, I do not limit myself to one specific way.
Every dog is different, what works for one dog might not necessarily work for the other dog. I am limitless, I think outside the box to help the dog and human reach their goals successfully.
An imperative goal is to teach your dog the life saving "recall," which means your dog stops what is doing, comes to you when it hears its name and the cue "COME." The recall is part of my foundation program.
Another goal is to teach your dog how to behave in all kinds of environments and allow our companions to thrive with good habits under our guidance.
Dogs thrive under rules, thresholds, solid leadership, clear communication, consistency, discipline, structure, appropriate species diet, challenging brain games, tons of love, and patience.
These are some healthy habits to practice with your dog and teach them well so they can make the right choices during real-world situations that happen anywhere, at any given moment.