From basic obedience to advanced obedience, we have classes that start at the beginner level and work up to expert. You can’t overestimate the value of teaching a dog basic commands, leash walking, off-leash training, and how to behave at the groomers. These sessions help you train your pooch, with you picking up essential knowledge as you go.
Many issues with aggression are due to a simple lack of socialization — whether that’s around fellow canines or humans. Instincts and lack of stimulation account for some of the other reasons a dog might lash out, but the good news is that we can help change this. Our team of doggy behavior enthusiasts will locate the cause of the problem and help you make the necessary changes.
Separation anxiety affects a huge percentage of domestic pooches, and it has a wide number of causes that are often beyond the pet parent’s control. Dogs are highly social pack animals, so if they haven’t learned to cope with the stress of being alone, they could act out in a number of ways. Our team can help your dog find peace so it can thrive while being alone.
Socialization is one of the most common causes of a dog that lashes out or acts in fear. If it’s spent a majority of time around the same people, it’s unlikely to warm to strangers. Likewise, if it only spends time with the same dogs, it’ll be hostile towards unknown doggy pals. We can help your dog get enthusiastic and appropriately excited about meeting new people and furry friends.
We know that it’s crucial for pet parents to know that there are almost always reasons underlying unwanted behavior such as biting, chewing, barking, digging, jumping, and destroying furniture. No matter what they’re doing, it’s possible to turn that bad behavior around and into a positive one.
Rehab for Kentucky Rescue Dogs
No matter what a dog has been through in its life or how bad its behavior has become, every pooch deserves a peaceful life. As abrasive and unpleasant as unwanted behavior can be for us, it’s even more unbearable for the pup itself. Acting in aggressive, anxious, or uncontrolled ways can make a dog’s life incredibly difficult to navigate. Our loving team of experts knows how to help even the most distressed dog change its ways.