There's just a few things your dog needs to have a great quality of life. Some of those things include: food, water, a warm bed, plenty of treats, toys, lots of love and exercise. And while the few are provided every day, you may find yourself without the necessary time in your day to provide the necessary exercise your doggy needs. This is especially true if your dog happens to suffer form any issues when it comes to their walk time. This is where Ann’s Animal Behavior brings you the professional assistance you need to get your dog the training and exercise they need.
Solo or Pack Walking
If your dog is fine around other dogs, then a solo walk around the greater Denver area will be a breeze. Yet if your dog has socializing issues, then walking with other dogs in a pack may be just the help they need. Leaning to be close to other dogs in a safe and controlled setting, surrounded by even tempered examples for them to follow can greatly reduce your dogs stress in these situations and give them the means to better socialize. Ann brings you both types of these walks with the same level of attention to your dog.
Leash issues can be one of the most popular sources of problem when it comes to walking your dog. Without being able to properly train your dog to walk on a leash, this can make exercise time a virtual impossibility. Ann’s Animal Behavior brings you the leash training your dog needs to ensure that they are well behaved and receptive when on a lease. Whether issues of tugging, leash chewing, or immobility, Ann brings her personalized service to your specific pet to ensure that they learn to love the leash, and look forward to their time outdoors with you again.
While out walking in the Denver Metro area, you want to ensure that when your dog comes across another, that it is a friendly and cordial visit with each other. Issues of barking, lunging, or other behaviors can be hard to deal with and embarrassing. Ann’s Animal Behavior brings her personal and professional training to your dog when it comes to socializing with other dogs, and getting them to an even tempered state where they can learn to look forward to meeting other dogs on their walks, and enjoying their naturally social state once again with a few short sessions.
Exercise and Fun
The ultimate goal outside of training of picking up the leash and taking your dog out into the world is for them to burn away some of their energy, and to have fun exploring their surroundings. And whether your dog requires any form of training or not, simply getting out, enjoying the air and having fun is a beautiful thing for your dog. Ann brings your pet attention, and care, and all the pets they can handle when out walking in the Denver area to ensure your dog is happy, healthy, and ready for a nap when they return.