Hi Justin! It's Sarah and Maisy. I don't know if you get a lot of fan mail...but I must say Maisy has truly learned so much IN ONE DAY! I can't even begin to thank you. She's made the connection that good behavior equals rewards, and negative behavior is ignored or she's "removed from the party". I can't even tell you what a difference you made in one short hour. Thank you!
Bossy is becoming an (almost) model citizen thanks to you 🤣🤣
I absolutely love your follow-up emails! They are filled with enthusiasm, positive energy and important tips to focus on. Your last one will be especially important to me as it will provide guidance for me with ZuZu over the summer months.
Yesterday’s walks were extremely good. I was armed with my stylish waist pack filled with treats, a properly held leash and lots of reinforcement of the process along the way. ZuZu checked in successfully with me throughout our walk and when people walked by she was more focused on me and her treats! We got through our long morning walk with only one little woof! I was beyond happy and so proud of my girl! I now know that as long as I am present and ready to work, ZuZu will follow. Lots to work on over the summer!
" yesterday Lily went and took a nap in her crate (door open) and went in a few times to lay down in it and play with her toys!!! We were SHOCKED haha! And we have been working with her since class Saturday on the walking and she is so much better (so long as there are no distractions!)"
"We loved the session yesterday. The kids are so enthusiastic and committed to the training. You're helping to make this puppy process so positive."
I just walked Jax and I’m so ridiculously happy! Only a couple of squirrels but there was one on the sidewalk right when we walked out of the gate from the building. His body got tense but he didn’t bolt!!! Then he checked in SO MANY TIMES during the walk. Towards the end of the walk I let him do all the sniffing he wanted because I thought maybe that was a reward. Is it? After the sniffing <for half a block!> he started checking in. Just had to share the good news of one successful walk :-)
I was invited to a super bowl party and Laney was able to go. I was skeptical but figured it was a good place to practice the greeting. When we walked in we did the “let’s say hi” 3x with our first encounter. I said a prayer and she didn’t jump. Better yet, she jumped on no one the entire night. A friend who knows Laney asked where the real Laney was and who was the imposter. So thank you. She was a success story last night.
Justin must have majored in science 'cause he's really good with labs!
She's doing well. Will be even better by next week. She's so well behaved when I take her places. It's unbelievable.
I can't say enough good things about Justin, founder of Beyond Obedience. He uses positive training methods to not only teach basic obedience, but also to help dogs who may not have had the greatest start in life overcome their fears and behavioral issues. He is a very caring and compassionate trainer who truly loves what he does!
I can't thank you enough for all your help today.. for the first time in months I felt like the situation was under control and that there is life at the end of tunnel...
When I contacted Justin for help with my rescue pup, Boomer, I knew from the start it was going to be a very successful process. Justin is incredibly enthusiastic about training dogs and ensuring that the bond between you and your dog grow! All of Justin’s training methods are positive and very helpful. Boomer has gone from pulling me down the sidewalk (literally) and shredding apart my apartment due to separation anxiety, to being a laid back, trustworthy dog. I would recommend Justin to anyone who needs any sort of help with their furever friend!
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Keeper demonstrates a polite walk "The best game I've ever played!" - Maxine's family teaches her name response. Clara demonstrating an attentive walk in Home Depot Lola goes from dog reactive to dog park! Brodie practicing polite greetings! Stella gets more comfortable sharing! Three month old Evie learning an attentive walk Princess Stella overcoming leash reactivity on a joint walk
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