|Address:||Austin, TX 78735 (United States)|
Certified Professional Dog Trainer - Knowledge Assessed|
The Canine Center for Training and Behavior. About Us Unleash your relationship with your dog! Our philosophy and mission are quite simple. We want to help you enjoy your life with your dog. Training is based on rewards and play, free of pain and intimidation. The Canine Center’s unique training methodology is the culmination and refinement of a combined 30 years of experience and successful application to more than 13,000 dogs and their people, and 8,000 class sessions. We stand, sit, and shake on our reputation as a leader. The Canine Center for Training and Behavior staff, facility, and methodology represents the evolution of a team of trainers who worked alongside local dog-training legend, Lee Mannix, and trained with world-renowned canine behaviorist, John Rogerson. The heritage, tradition, and wisdom of yesterday meet the innovation and ambition of tomorrow. Located on a multi-acre facility with 3 km of specially prepared trails, multiple training sites, and a fully equipped agility field, TCCTB offers a full array of dog training and behavior consultation services. Our comprehensive and multi-faceted programs are designed not just to build the relationship between you and your dog, but to make it flourish. We do this by taking a “village” approach to meet your particular needs, offering: Beginner through advanced group classes and canine sports, such as Behavior & Obedience Basics, Canine Good Citizen, Agility, Air Scenting, and Hiking/Running With Your Dog Private lessons tailored to your specific needs Customized behavior modification programs (e.g., aggression, fear, separation anxiety) In-home and drop-off day tutoring programs Nutrition consultations Lectures on relevant topics, such as Babies and Dogs, Animal Behavior, and Dog Rescue Best Practices Partnerships with local veterinarians, as well as with practitioners of canine acupuncture, massage, and TTouch® Special needs training—is your dog deaf, blind, or otherwise challenged?