ALL PROBLEMS SOLVED. ANY AGE. ANY BREED.
Excessive jumping is a behavior that plagues many families. It can cause embarrassment and affect your social life. Working with a skilled 3D Dog Behaviorist can give you the tools and techniques necessary to develop better manners in your dog.
It could be argued that every behavior challenge is an expression of anxiety -- whether that anxiety be founded in lack of understanding, or due to some trauma or chronic stress in the dog's life. Anxiety can have several different classifications such as obsessive compulsive disorders or generalized anxiety. The key to resolving behavior challenges is to understand the dog's worldview and to satisfy their emotional needs as a caregiver.
Leash pulling can be a dangerous behavior. We have worked with many clients who have been pulled to the ground or even suffered injury. Leash pulling can also be harmful to your dog's health. We can show you the way to a harmonious walk by learning leash technique and mastering your dog's focus.
Dog aggression is a complex emotional issue in dogs, but this behavior has firm roots in a dog's sense of security and attachment in caregivers whose job is to instill trust in the dog's world; a role which is to set the conditions by which dogs can feel the safe in the world. We are highly qualified to help your aggressive dog to learn trust and to accept vulnerability in a changing world.
Play biting is often attributed to teething. However, most commonly it is due to your dog seeking authority and learning how to control others with their mouth. This behavior is, at its core, a parenting behavior used by dogs to control their offspring.
Dogs with poor recall are at greater risk of injury or death. Young dogs can have difficulty coming when called due to adolescence, which brings with it urges of independence and willfulness. Adolescence is normal, but you must learn how to properly manage it for their own safety.
Destructiveness is not about teething! Rather, dogs destroy things in order to displace stress. It is a venting of emotional energy through action. The real question is not, what do I do when my dog is destructive? It is, how do I instill greater feelings of security and self-control?
Resolve challenging behavior
Learn fun training skills
Prevent future problems
Three Dimensional Dog approaches canine behavior from a mental health and "parent-training" perspective using evidence-based cognitive / behavioral rehabilitation strategies to positively impact unwanted behavior.
Dogs are thinking, planning creatures whose behavior closely mirrors that of human children. As such, we teach "dog parents" how to set appropriate boundaries using proper communication practices. Our core objective is to enhance their feelings of security through the development of a harmonious relationship.
Experience 3D DOG
Step 1 ➤ Schedule In-Home Lesson
● Private In-home Training
● Flexible Schedule
Step 2 ➤ Start Training!
● In-home Consultation
● Customized Parenting Plan
● Guided Instruction
Step 3 ➤ Get Results
● Effective Outcomes
● Enhanced Relationship
● Better Communication
MEET OUR AMAZING TEAM
3D Certified Canine Behaviorists
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Lead consultant for Head of State
Creator of Unified Theory
10,000+ hours experience
20 years in the field
Predator training expert
B.A. English Literature, Psychology Minor
Zoo Animal Technology
Worked with 170+ Species
Black Bear & Fox Training Expert
University of Texas at Arlington
Worked with 20+ Species
Predator Training Expert
Old Dominion University, VA
Worked with hundreds of Species
Canine Behavior Expert
Teacher of the Year
Foreign Language Expert
"Great for the ‘dog parent' who is interested in establishing a safe, mutually rewarding relationship with their pet."
~Joseph E. Schumacher, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Scientist Practitioner
"Transformed my chaotic life into one of peace, order, and the freedom to love and play."
~Hannah Hatterick, 3D Dog Client
“A great educational resource for the misbehaving dog."
~Andrew Rozsa, Ph.D., Clinical Psychology
“Aaron’s ability to decode canine behavior is a skill that ultimately leads to more self-awareness for the owner on the other end of the leash.”
~Andon Briggs, Licensed Professional Counselor,
National Certified Counselor