Canine Behavior Services
Beyond Training: Understanding & Transforming Your Dog’s Behavior
Amanda’s Expertise: Exclusively Focused on Behavioral Cases
At Ruff to Ready Dog Training, we offer a variety of services designed to address your dog’s unique needs and help them overcome fearful or aggressive behaviors. Our commitment is to collaborate closely with pet dog families, creating personalized behavior intervention plans that ensure your dog thrives.
Amanda works with a wide range of behavioral concerns, including dog-dog issues, dog-human challenges, dog bite prevention, dog-cat interactions, noise sensitivity, hyper-arousal concerns, child-dog dynamics, preparing expectant parents for introducing a baby to the family dog, and more. Explore the services we provide below:
Amanda has extensive knowledge in the field of canine behavior and has studied a multitude of topics. Click here to learn more about her credentials, involvement in conferences, and researching different topics.
In-Home Behavioral Intervention
Our in-home consultations provide a comprehensive assessment of your dog’s behavior in their natural environment. During the visit, we’ll observe your dog’s interactions with family members, identify triggers for fearful or aggressive behaviors, and develop a tailored behavior intervention plan that aligns with your family’s values and resources.
Virtual Behavioral Interventions
For families outside our service area, we offer online consultations and virtual training sessions. Through video calls, we’ll discuss your dog’s specific behavioral issues, assess their needs, and develop a personalized training plan that you can implement at home.
Safety Services for Pet Professionals and Facilities
We offer safety courses tailored to educate pet professionals and facility staff on recognizing and managing fearful and aggressive behaviors in dogs within your establishment. These courses encompass topics such as identifying early warning signs, interpreting dog body language, utilizing defensive handling techniques, and applying effective management strategies to safeguard both staff and dogs.
Should you get behavioral help for you and your dog?
“Problems like resource guarding, handling issues, separation anxiety and aggression toward people or other animals require custom treatment plans and individual attention from a qualified behaviorist. ” – ASPCA, Behavioral Help for Your Pet
Ready to book?
For your convenience, all of our booking is done 100% online. This will allow you to easily find a date and time that works with your schedule for our initial assessment. Scheduling the remaining appointments will be done with the trainer at the time of the initial assessment.
Prior to booking, we strongly encourage all clients to review our Service Policies.
Ruff to Ready trainers only accept a limited number of cases at once. This is to ensure every client receives the highest quality of care and support.