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  • Billie Groom

The Benefits of one-on-one Dog Training

Updated: Oct 30, 2021

We have worked one-one-one with families for three decades. All families have different lifestyles, goals, levels of experience, and house rules. The dogs, whether adopted or bought at puppyhood, have different personalities, behaviors, and needs. People and dogs learn differently and their opinions and their personalities are important to me. I enjoy adapting my approach to meet the needs of my clients. Canine Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, the method I apply (UPWARD Dogology) is designed to be flexible to suit the lifestyle of my clients and the personality and behaviors (reason for the behavior) of the dog.

There are very few trainers or behaviorists who have the amount of experience working with dogs AND people in a one-on-one environment. Whether we are zooming, meeting live or exchanging videos, the communication/session is calm, fun and informative.

The benefits of working together in this format are many. Class training, webinars or information sent to your inbox can be helpful, but are generic and do not always allow you to contribute and ask questions.

For three decades I have enjoyed what I do everyday. It can be challenging in a positive way, and providing solutions that help dogs and people is very rewarding.

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