Today We Speak Woof got a little sassy ;o)
I’ll hear clients ask about when to correct their dog’s behaviour and with good training the answer is: you don’t have to. If you train your dog in stages, watching their body language for signs of stress or frustration, and have good timing, corrections aren’t necessary. My job is to help you stop reacting to your dog’s behaviour and train an alternate behaviour that is more desirable for them to default to instead. If you’re in the Hamilton/Binbrook/Stoney Creek (and surrounding) area and this sounds like a familiar story, sign up now to stop reacting & start building better behaviour with your dog!