I can help you gain control and restore harmony in your life
Let me be upfront with you:
We romanticize over the idyllic image of the happy, playful, loving, and reliable family dog.
We wish to experience the bond between dog and human and the happiness of a dog’s companionship.
But something happens along the way…
We begin to struggle with our dog.
Because we don’t fully understand what we’re doing we turn a blind eye to minor issues and skip steps necessary when leading/parenting a dog.
Life takes its course and we get busy and suddenly we realize that the small issues we’ve ignored have now grown larger and become seemingly insurmountable problems. We feel we’ve lost control over our dog and our lives. Living with a troubled dog can be very different than the fabled Disney version.
We’re trapped with the challenging behavior and soon lose sight of why we got the dog in the first place. We feel frustrated, isolated, and unsure how to resolve the matter.
Here’s the problem…
If you don’t restore stability and a sense of control, your bad feelings will fester as your dog’s poor behavior continues to grow, culminating in a downward spiral that eventually will affects your quality of life.
If you don’t figure out how to control, manage, and improve your dog’s behaviors then you’re bound to a life of stress, anxiety, and resentment. Whether that problem be one of dog aggression, dealing with a fearful dog, or you have a dog that has become increasingly unruly and unmanageable.
You want walks that are free of wild antics. You want confidence in your dog’s reliability and trustworthiness. You want to feel safe and never threatened by your dog’s behavior. You want more overall control. I’m here to tell you that you can have all of that, and I can show you how.
The great news is that there is a better way. You don’t have to resign yourself to living with an troublesome or dangerous dog.
If you are struggling with your dog and need immediate help, you’re in the right place.
If you want to learn how the right mental attitude, tools, and techniques can minimize and eliminate behavioral issues, you’re in the right place. Dog training doesn’t need to be an out-of-reach concept.
I don’t believe you must feel obligated to live with a problem dog. I do believe those of us struggling have a responsibility towards our dogs. We must show them how to make better choices. Your dog can improve, and so can you.
About Armando Morales
I too struggled with dogs. As is the case with most trainers, I was invariably drawn into the profession because of a dog in my life. I had two dogs. One was increasingly anxious and fearful and the other had a general dislike of other dogs.
The hardships I went through mirror many of those I hear from my clients. They experience troubling behavior from their dogs and little understanding of how to change it.
I’m fortunate on many levels to be able to do what I love. Past jobs have given me opportunities to travel and afforded me higher profile but none have provided me the chance to fulfill my passion of working with dogs while simultaneously helping as many people as I currently do.
I have a very strong passion for dogs and teaching humans and to stay informed on current developments in the field of dog training and behavior I’m continuously working at developing and improving my skills and understanding.
Much of my knowledge has been attained by attending seminars, studying courses, and extensive reading – as well as the countless hours I’ve put into working with dogs of all sizes, breeds, and problems.
I believe there is a way to help just about any dog have a better quality of life and to teach humans to coexist in harmony with their dogs.