The ForceFree Method™
Marc Goldberg, CDT (Certified Dog Trainer) has been studying dog behavior, and training dogs for over 30 years.
The ForceFree Method™ is new. So new, in fact, that only a very limited number of skilled trainers have ever even heard of it. Marc Goldberg has refined this method over the last several years to yield an approach that is amazingly gentle, uses no force, and that works with virtually all dogs.
The method works quickly, yet is calming. In a free demonstration, you'll see your dog's behavior change in front of your eyes. That's not the best part though. The interesting aspect is how HAPPY your dog's attitude will be. You'll watch him calm and change his behavior as he learns.
How long does it take us to show your dog how to walk on a loose leash, for example? Between two and four minutes. How long does it take us to show you a sit stay? About a minute.
What will you see? You'll see a wagging tail and a relaxed dog during the entire process. What won't you see? You won't see any force, you won't see any choking, and you won't hear a harsh word.
The ForceFree Method™ will change your dog's life for the better. Why do we GUARANTEE it for the lifetime of your dog? Because it works!
In 1969 Marc's first dog, Gus, came into his life, along with a host of dog related problems. Gus began life as a normal Sheltie puppy, but at the age of six months was hit by a car when he would not come when called. Fortunately, he was only injured with a fractured leg.
When he healed, Marc--who was only 12 at the time--was enrolled in dog training school along with Gus. "Teach him something so he doesn't get killed," his mother told him.
Before long, Marc became fascinated with dog behavior and training. He and Gus competed in many American Kennel Club obedience trials, winning High In Trial at their first show, and later, a Dog World Award.
As the youngest member of the Philadelphia Dog Training Club, Marc studied under the best dog behaviorists and trainers in the country.
Since 1969 Marc has competed and titled many dogs of various breeds. He teaches training classes, conducts private lessons, gives behavior consultations, and has helped hundreds of people improve their relationships with their dogs.
Marc is a Professional Member of the International Association of Canine Professionals and has been awarded the CDT title, Certified Dog Trainer. His first dog was winner of a Dog World Award, he is former host of The Pet Show on Chicagoland's WCBR-FM, has AKC titles on various breeds of dogs, and has made numerous radio and TV appearances on dog behavior, and is a published author on the subject of dogs and dog training. He writes for Safe Hands Journal and Off Lead magazines.
Why I train dogs:
- Because they are honest.
- Because they love without condition.
- Because they try to teach me the same.
- Because they adore me with their eyes.
- Because they want to learn what will make me happy
- Because pleasing me makes them happy.
- Because they love me more than they love themselves.
- Because my old dogs come to me over the Rainbow Bridge while I sleep.
The question is how to do that in a reasonable timeframe using gentle, forceless methods?
Why forceless? Most people just don't feel good yelling at their dogs or yanking on a choke collar. Moreover, doing so just turns the training process into a contest of willpower. Anyone who has ever lived with a dog knows they have an endless supply of willpower. So simply forcing your dog to behave leaves them forever looking for an opportunity to outwit you.
We also do not "cookie or clicker train." These methods do work well for competition dogs who must perform routines under controlled conditions. We find them useless when trying to stop unwanted behaviors in the real world. Clicking a clicker or offering a food treat simply will not stop your dog from chasing down a squirrel.
Our method is forceless and involves no choke or pinch collars. It also involves no bribery with clickers or cookies. What we do is calming and effective. Frankly, this must be seen to be believed. Call us for a free behavior consultation.