We a-paw-logize for the delay! We are fully booked, so we’re not currently accepting new clients or responding to new inquiries. Thank you for giving us a chance to focus on providing the best training and support to our current clients. Please check back on Monday, June 28th, 2021 for an update!
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With In Good Paws Dog Training on your side, you will find that positive, force-free dog training is the most effective and fun way to teach your dog. Whether you have a young, out-of-control adolescent or a shy adult dog, or you just want to revisit the basics for a little fine-tuning, you will find your training solution here.
The goal of the methods used by In Good Paws is to improve communication between you and your dog so you can achieve the results you want, while simultaneously deepening the bond you share. Check us out so you can get started on your training journey right away.
Some people caution against playing tug of war with your dog saying it can make them “aggressive”. I disagree. With a couple of rules, tug-of-war can make a fun game for you and your dog! Check out the tips and rules below and get ready for a fabulous boredom buster. Tug-of-war Tips: *If your dog […]
We are all taking more walks with our dogs during the quarantine, which is great! Walks provide much needed mental stimulation and exercise for us and our dogs. It also helps boost our mood and relieve boredom. Here are some tips to make your walks even more fun for you and your dog: -Change up […]
Many people have heard the term “clicker training” before and maybe have even seen the tools for sale in pet stores, but how do you actually use it to train your dog? How to use the clicker: The clicker is used when teaching new behaviors, and helps give us more precise timing when training our […]
The crate is a favorite tool among most dog trainers, but I am still met with occasional resistance to using the crate from some owners I work with. The main concern is usually, “Isn’t using the crate cruel? It is like a cage—I don’t want my dog to feel that he is trapped.” Or another […]