What people say...
Alyssa & Dirk VanderWal
"When your first dog is a 56kg, four year old, male Rottweiler without any social, behavioural or obedience training, it is always going to be a tough task, when the dog is thought to have a questionable temperament, it is going to be even more difficult.? Boisterous is a nice way of saying he was practically uncontrollable. Gus demonstrated every characteristic and behaviour that made it extremely difficult for anyone to want to take him. Yet, despite this, you saw the potential in him and convinced us to persevere.
Everyday we are seeing improvements in Gus that are making it worthwhile. The advise, training and assistance you have provided ensured we learned the necessary skills to enable productive communication that improved not only our lives but Gus' immeasurably."
"Just a note of thanks for the help you gave us with Max. He is a different dog from when we moved into our new place - and back to his normal self.
The severe separation anxiety has all gone. We can leave him and he is calm and relaxed about it.
The techniques your taught us and Max during your visits have certainly done the trick and our lovely dog is back."
"We were beginning to wonder if our dog could remain as part of our family as she was so unmanageable. She would jump all over us when we walked outside causing injuries, roared down the steps under our feet and nearly knock us over. If off leash, she would never come when called and it was her taking me for a walk, constantly pulling and going where she wanted to go. My biggest fear was her jumping all over visitors (especially my grandchildren).
Over the past few weeks DogTech has shown us how to manage her on walks, at home and with other people and it has brought us so much happiness and harmony back into our lives. Dee Dee is now a very enjoyable part of our day as she now obeys commands, enjoys her daily walks, plays in the river and returns to us when called, sits an stays, walks down the stairs after us, doesn't run away, plays fetch and just seems to be a much happier dog."