Myth: Online Training won't work because my dog needs the practice with the distractions.

Fact: Online training can help guide you on adding distractions slowly so you are setting your dog up for success. For most of us we start at home and as soon as our dog is listening at home we move our training sessions to the local park or dog park. While this works for some, it is very overwhelming and stressful for our pups and they have trouble listening and responding to us. We get frustrated because it seems like our best friend is ignoring us. Usually the sessions end and they may or may not continue because everyone is stressed and frustrated and training is no longer fun. We can help you set your dog up for success by adding distractions slowly and slowly working our way up to the extremely stimulating environment of a park.

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1. Myth: I need to be tech savvy to attend online classes
2. Myth: Online Training won't work because my dog needs the practice with the distractions.
3. Myth: I need help with a reactive dog. Online classes won't work because she only behaves badly when she sees another dog.
4. Myth: Online training is so impersonal, it won't address my needs
5. Myth: My dog won't learn without working with the professional trainer.
6. Myth: Online classes require special software to be installed.
7. Myth: If I'm sick for a week, I can't catch up.