Dog training in Orlando, Florida

Orlando and Central Florida Dog Training

Curtis is a world-renowned dog behavior expert! Being one of the only people in the country to have lived with a personal pack of nearly 30 personal dogs in his home. He has developed a unique perspective and amazing insight of the human dog relationship. His strengths are in his ability to relate to and understand the psychology of both humans and dogs. You don’t get a well-balanced dog without having both the humans and the dogs in sync. By teaching the humans what their dogs’ true needs are, we bridge the gap between the two species and are able to create a harmonious relationship where both dog and human are fulfilled, balanced, and happy.

This takes knowledge and leadership on your part and establishing the right relationship with your dog. Our training is different then your traditional training. We use a real world training system which means that we don’t train the dog for 15 to 20 minutes at a time. We train them all day. We teach them to behave all of the time. They get lots of structured exercise, lots of play with other dogs and most importantly, long duration calming exercises. They learn how to exist in a human home. They learn that just because we are up and walking around; doing laundry, fixing dinner, playing with the kids, having company come over, etc… they are just suppose to hang out with us. Hanging out with us doesn’t mean jumping, nipping, or running around. Just hang out with us. This is done by showing them strong leadership and structure. Using our over 20 years of experience we bring the dogs back to a natural way of thinking and behaving. Creating and balanced well behaved family pet. There is no dog we can’t help. No matter how bad or out of control you think your situation is, please CONTACT US – we can help!
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Our team is more than just dog trainers, we are dog owners that understand the struggles and hardships of having a dog. So we know where you are now, how you feel, and what you are looking for. We know how to help change you and your dog’s life. When you are talking to someone from our team you will be talking with someone that has been in your shoes and who cares. We are also the ones that have the knowledge and tools to help not only your dog, but you as well. We have spent years of educating as well of years of experience combined to create the best programs that offer solutions and results to the most challenging of dog obedience and dog behavioral issues. This combination has allowed us and dog’s families to succeed where numerous other trainers have failed.

Dog Training Orlando Florida

We serve Central Florida, including Orange County, Silver Springs Shores, Lake County, Orlando & Kissimmee.
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Is it too late to train my dog?

Often times, owners come to us as a last resort after trying out other dog obedience training schools. We have even had cases where we rehabilitated animals recommended by a vet to be euthanized due to extreme levels of aggression. Without endangering ourselves or our K9 pack, we have introduced these dogs to a new life full of structure, rules, and human leadership. The transformation was remarkable. We have achieved these amazing results by providing the dog with what they were lacking – human guidance.
We have many wonderful success storied about our K9 students. The most memorable is a story about Charlie, a stray dog from the Dominican Republic. He used to live on a street, tied to a tree, abused and neglected. His future “mom” was there on a Peace Corps mission. She couldn’t pass by a suffering dog. After spending a lot of her savings, she was able to bring Charlie to the United States. But the reunion was far from being euphoric. Charlie has developed mistrust for humans and severe aggression.
When we first met Charlie, he was a growling aggressive monster. With lots of patience, training, and help from our dogs, we have taught the Charlie how to control his fears and anxieties and make appropriate behavioral choices.