Positive reinforcement is my prefered course of action and is well recognized as the best way to engage a dog.


How does your house smell just a few days after bringing home a puppy? If you answered “not good” then why not give me a call and I can help you navigate the puppy pad training process.


Are you getting yanked all over the place? Or maybe your dog refuses to go to the bathroom on your walk? Well it doesn’t need to be this way. I can teach you six or seven very specific exercises that will make your walks an easy and calm affair.

Dog Carting

Some dogs are pullers and giving them some way to express their natural talent for such behavior can be the best way to exercise their mind as well as their bodies. Getting your dog carting is a slow process but can be very rewarding for you and you dog.

Heres a list of other things we can do

  1. Targeting
  2. Engagement
  3. Nosework
  4. Puzzle work
  5. Hike work
  6. Puppy parkour
  7. Socialization
  8. Bike/Board Jor
  9. Behavior Work


I do one on one training with you, any members of your household and your pooch or pooches, for an hour and a half at your home or where ever you are seeing issues that you think need addressing. I usually like to meet the dog at your home on the first visit so that we can bond and interact on their terms first. For this I charge one hundred dollars. After the first hour and a half I charge twenty five dollars for every additional fifteen minutes. There is a twenty five dollar charge for any visit that takes me out of Essex County. This includes Brooklyn, the Bronx, Staten Island, Queens. I do not serve Manhattan unless the client is willing to pay for parking as well as the twenty five dollar fee. As for Pennsylvania, Long Island, Connecticut, Upstate New York or anywhere that requires long distance travel I charge eighty cents a mile as well as any overnight expenses on top of the initial charge.