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Diana W. Ganley
Address:82 TUCKER MOUNTAIN RD / PO BOX 19

East Andover, NH 03231 (United States)
Phone Number:6037355543
E-mail:dee@deesdogs.com
Website:www.deesdogs.com
Certifications: Certified Behavior Consultant Canine - Knowledge Assessed
Certified Professional Dog Trainer - Knowledge & Skills Assessed

Meet Dee Ganley CPDT-KSA, CBCC-KA I am one of those people who find joy and solace being with dogs. I am happiest in their company and proud to have earned their trust. I have experienced the deeply civilized "conversations" that happen between well trained dogs and their handlers. I know that I am a better person - more just, more open-minded, much kinder and certainly happier - because of the friendship of my four-footed friends. The training and behavioral work I do with the public and shelter community is about how to achieve the two goals: Getting behavior we want and getting rid of behavior we don't want, humanely and while having fun! I teach positive reinforcement, and I place a very strong emphasis on managing a dog's environment for safety. "Loving" our dogs doesn't create trustworthy companions. Commitment by a dog to his people is the result of humane training and diligent management. It happens when we wholly accept the responsibility to lead, but not to dominate. Humane leadership allows the dog's capacity to think and feel to be used for learning rather than defense and avoidance. Over the years, the dogs and people I have helped have returned the favor 100 fold. They have taught me that learning and teaching is about “calm attentiveness”. Fixing problems starts with paying attention – quietly, openly and always positively. Learning this, I have become much more relaxed, calm and decisive in my interactions with dogs. You get attention when you give attention. Working effectively with dogs means communication starts with the calm, attentive watcher. Wonderfully, this way of listening with your eyes as well as your ears, becomes a way of life and spills over into everything. “skilled dog trainer, handler, behaviorist and author, shares her 35+ years experience modifying aggressive dog behavior in her book “Changing People, Changing Dogs: Positive Solutions for Difficult Dogs”. For more info go to Dees web site at www.deesdogs.com