Absolute Passion For Dogs
Frequently Asked Questions
How much do you charge?
Prices vary greatly depending on the issues, how many sessions, length of sessions and if you purchase a package. An initial consultation will run between $100-$185 for a 60-90 min session. From there we will work out a plan that best fits your needs.
How long have you worked with dogs?
I have been working with dogs as a profession for 23 years
What is your education?
What training methods do you use?
How many dogs do you have per class?
Generally we have 6-8 dogs or puppies in class
How do online virtual services work?
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About Lisa Allan, ABCDT
A little about lisa:
Lisa has been working with dogs for over 20 years. Lisa has a graduate degree in Psychology, she is a mentor and graduate of Animal Behavior College, a member of APDT and Professional Pet Guild. Lisa is a Dog Bite Safety Educator through DogGone Safe, a “Be A Tree” presenter and a certified “Fun Scents Games” instructor. She is a certified evaluator for the “AKC Canine Good Citizen” test and PPG’s “Pet Dog Ambassador” program. Lisa’s ongoing commitment to professional development and continuing education include active attendance at multiple professional seminars, workshops and classes each year. She employs only the most up-to-date and scientifically sound training methods.
“This is the first step to an amazing journey of learning what your dog is saying to you! Dogs are always talking to you and to each other…you would be amazed how well they communicate and tell you exactly what they want and need. You just need to start listening.”
Your Dog Is An Individual!
Each dog is an individual and deserves the specialized attention he/she will get when working with Lisa Allan,ABCDT.
Club Canine uses only the most up to date, scientifically proven, positive methods. This includes using positive reinforcement, forming a bond between you and the dog, and understanding what the dog is saying to you. Communication is of utmost importance while working with your dog.
We never use choke, prong, or electric collars as those are proven to suppress a dog’s behavior which causes “learned helplessness”. That is both dangerous for you and your dog.