Remote Dog Training Collars Reviews

Steph Marhle-Mishra of Good Karma Dog Training demonstrates with adult pitbull terrier, Lupe, a rescue from Liberty Humane Society in Jersey City, how low level Educator remote (e-collar) dog training can effectively build confidence and manage bad behaviors such as suddenly biting, jumping, lunging, or even growling in real world stressful overstimulating situations. Training a dog impulse control, and calm behavior by teaching the dog to stay on command consistently, will mitigate the occurrence of bad behavior both inside and outside of the home. Dog training is a process. It is not always pretty. It is absolutely NOT perfect. Dog training is not about perfection. Training a calm family dog is about calm persistence, clear commands, and setting the dog up for success. Watch right here, how Steph teaches Lupe impulse control, and commands like “come”, “down”, and “sit”. For more information on advanced obedience, off leash remote collar dog training, review Steph’s Good Karma Dog Training website, Thank you for your time and interest in my life changing method of balanced dog training!

Good Karma Training offers both in-home, and board and train services for obedience training and dog behavior modification. I confidently resolve a host of dog behavioral issues which is not limited to aggression, anxiety, and fear. I teach basic dog obedience, such as proper leash walking, “sit”, “down”, and “come” to puppies and adult dog’s alike. I also train off leash advanced obedience with low level remote collar training. Good Karma Training services the Northern New Jersey area (including Newark, Bayonne, Jersey City, Hoboken, Elizabeth, Livingston, Clifton, Montclair, Nutley, Short Hills, Chatham, Millburn, Berkeley Heights). My proven method of balanced dog training brings peace and harmony into the lives of my committed clients who recognize that real change is possible when balanced training is consistently applied. I look forward to bringing peace into your life!
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