Our Philosophy & Goals
Our philosophy is simple. Improve the life of both dog and family. All too often, unruly dogs do not fully enjoy life because their families constantly become upset and frustrated with them. This is difficult for both family and dog.
Our mission is simple. Make both dog and family happy.
What does is take to make your dog happy? He will thrive when you give him leadership and attention.
Making the family happy is a bit more complex.
Families typically want their dog to:
- Come when called, every time, on or off leash
- Walk nicely on a loose leash without pulling
- Sit until released
- Down until released
Families also want their dogs:
- Not to jump on people
- Not to charge through doors
- Not to dig in the garden
- Not to bark and chew inappropriately
- Not to climb on furniture you prefer they avoid
- Not to sniff and eat off the table and counters.
- Not to be wild and uncontrollable
- Not to ignore you when you want their attention
Ring the Potty Bell
Teach your Dog to Ring the Potty Bell! One of the most useful tricks a dog can learn is to ring a bell when it's time to "go!" Not only can you teach Marc Goldberg's handy alert system to YOUR dog or young puppy, but you can accomplish the training in two weeks or less. We teach you how to teach your dog to Ring the Potty Bell as a simple game making it fun for both of you. Never miss another potty break...now your dog will give you a jingle! Only $5.99.
The E-Touch / ForceFree Method 5 day Extravaganza With Marc Goldberg & Martin Deeley - Orlando area (Montverde, FL)
Oct. 5-9, 2009 - $1995 tuition
Discounts Apply for early registration and payment.
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E-Touch / ForceFree Method™
We recommend all students bring an untrained client's dogs (maximum 2 dogs per student) to work with hands on during these workshops. Allowing you to work hands on and earn all or most of your expenses by at the same time. All dogs must be at least five months of age and be people/animal friendly. You'll be returning the client's dog to their owner with reliable on and off leash manners, and be providing easy solutions to household problems such as jumping, digging and door bolting.