Because whatever you’re struggling with, I’ve been there.
We’re Recommended By Local Veterinarians & Our Clients:
What Our Customers Are Saying
Ty was recommended to me for advice on helping me be a better mom to my two Pitties. When we added an older female in August to our Male we have had since September 2018, they have been brats. A couple of fights with a little blood were enough, we needed help. Ty was able to assess, give me literature, show me technique, and get my male to walk with him in an hour!!! It was amazing!!! I look forward to some tune ups to make sure we are making good use of the techniques. I highly recommend Ty! He was professional, calming (for me and the dogs) and incredibly knowledgeable.
We all want the best for our dogs. We also want help that actually works.
When issues arise in the home like potty accidents, separation anxiety or excessive barking, you need real solutions right away.
Those are exactly the issues Sura Dog Training is here to help you with.
If you need help with issues like:
- Potty training
- Socialization (liking and respecting people)
- Separation Anxiety
- Crate training
- Chewing inappropriate items
- Off-leash Obedience
- Excessive Barking
- Puppy Biting
- Pulling on Leash
- Barking at other dogs or people
- Not being calm in the car
Sura Dog Training can help! 96% of our clients only need one session to see significant improvement. Typically, for most other trainers, it’s 8 to 10 sessions.
Harsh and frightening training methods can permanently damage the human-dog relationship. But just as importantly: they simply don’t work long-term.
At Sura Dog Training, we teach the dog that training is fun and we make life easier for you and your dog. We use science-based, reward-based, positive reinforcement dog training methods–and we always strive to see the dog’s point of view.
My mentor, Dr. Ian Dunbar, is a world renowned dog trainer and animal behaviorist who created the first off-leash puppy socialization and training classes. He also revitalized now-standard training methods such as lure/reward training–the same methods I use.
I’ve had years of experience working closely with a wide variety of dogs, and my personal dogs are Alaskan Malamutes (notorious for being “difficult” to train).
Whatever breed of dog you have, however difficult the issue may seem, there is a light at the end of the tunnel. Let us make a difference for you and your dog.