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About Northern Tails Dog Training

source I firmly believe that forceful training methods are not necessary if the dog has been taught a solid foundation, been set up to succeed and rewarded for doing so. The reward, or reinforcement, that works best depends on each individual dog. Most like food. Some prefer praise and social approval. Others prefer play. We can always find something the dog wants to work for. I also believe that dogs are on this planet to work in cooperation with us. Humans started fiddling with genetics long ago specifically to create helpers and companions to suit our needs. It stands to reason, therefore, that dogs want to please us. So, when humans and dogs are at odds with one another, the miscommunication is probably on the human end. Dogs are often punished and coerced because humans haven’t held up their end of the bargain and TAUGHT their companions how to succeed in this crazy human world.

Group Classes Small classes reap big results! You will receive individual attention as needed, because everyone does not learn at the same pace. There are two class locations to serve you: Spokane and Clayton. And, each location has plenty of room to accommodate worried or shy dogs that might need a little extra space.

Private Training Private training packages provide more individualized training in the convenience of your home and neighborhood. In addition, some situations (such as setting your puppy up for home success prior to attending puppy class, and resolving fear and separation problems) are more effectively addressed in private lessons rather than a group class.

click here Private training can be done in your home, in a public space or at my facility. I also offer semi-private lessons, when I have two clients working on similar issues with compatible dogs.

Training package rates for all services range from $175.00 to $1,100.00. Please call or email to discuss your situation.

Lisa M. Lucas, CPDT-KA (#1040683)

Lisa is certified through the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT), the leading independent certifying organization for the dog training profession. The CCPDT is the leader in the development of rigorous exams to demonstrate mastery of humane, science-based dog training practices.

The CPDT-KA certification is the only international, standardized certification for animal training and behavior professionals that is both psychometrically sound and independent of any course of study. This certification is endorsed by veterinarians, veterinary behaviorists and other animal care professionals.