Structure, Time, and Love!!
Serving NoVa, MD, and the DC metro area
Have you ever wondered why you dog's behavior is the way it is? Obedience training alone does not solve every behavior problem, but it's a "dog gone" good start! With knowledge and understanding of your dog and leadership, your family will be on its way to being genuine pack leaders with dogs who follow. Each canine is different, as a result of breeding, personality, and disposition. Each program is designed around your dog and your family, whether it be basic obedience or behavior modification and re-stabilizing. Back in the Pack will help you take control and have you asking yourself "Is this really MY dog?"
- Family lessons
- Basic canine obedience training
- Dog Walking
- Canine socialization
- Behavior modification for timid dogs
- Aggression management
- Separation anxiety
- Leash Pulling
- Barking, chewing, digging, resolution
- Other behavior problems
- Free training for homeless shelters
or rescue dogs for adoption
Some Light Reading
What Does My Dog Need?
Dogs have certain needs in order to be well-balanced and stable and I have broken up these requirements into five categories:
Every dog needs structure in their lives in order to give purpose, provide stability, and prevent boredom...
Behavioral problems, or more often “unwanted behavior”, account for 20 to 30 percent of surrendered dogs. Unfortunately, many of these dogs end up in shelters or pounds and account for some 1.5 million of the dogs euthanized annually. What is even more unfortunate is the fact that many of these “problems” could have been fixed...
Resort & Sanctuary
The Resort and Sanctuary is a non-profit 501(c)(3) no-kill shelter in the making. Our mission is to rescue abandoned, unwanted, abused and neglected dogs who would otherwise be put down due to behavior issues, age, or health problems. Some of these dogs are on “death row” or the PTS(put to sleep) list, and have little time or attention for rehabilitation. The Resort will be a temporary and or permanent home for...
Check out some snaps from successful Pack Leaders!