Wicker Park Dog Training
Owning a dog can be a lot of fun. Until it isn’t. Help your dog understand how to overcome hurdles in their behavior through in-home personalized training from Canine Perspective.
Puppies are cute, even when they nip at you. But they aren’t cute when they’re 80 lbs and biting can do a lot of damage to you, your child, other pets or even total strangers. And sometimes, the bark is worse than the bite. It can be more disturbing just seeing your normally well-behaved dog act out in a way that is so out of character for them. Can you trust them again? When?
Here are signs you and your dog aren’t getting the most out of Wicker Park:
- You’ve started taking side streets to avoid foot traffic and other dogs on Milwaukee, North or Damen avenues.
- The thought of being caught in a crowd at a red light at the six corners intersection gives you instant anxiety.
- You can’t take your dog to Wicker Dog Friendly Area park.
- You’d love to sit outdoors at dog-friendly Small Cheval but you’d never even try.
Does this sound like you? Then you and your best friend need the help of a dog training expert like Jesse from Canine Perspective.
If you’re willing to put in the effort, you can help change their behavior. Get the fun back into you and your dog’s relationship by calling Canine Perspective.
Located in Lakeview, Canine Perspective provides in-home training for dogs of all ages, sizes and breeds. We resolve issues related to biting and aggression towards other animals, people and objects. We travel around the Chicagoland area providing training at our clients’ homes and apartments. Being one of Chicago’s most popular neighborhoods, Wicker Park is an area we provide service to often. If you’d like to spend less time worrying and more time enjoying what the neighborhood has to offer with your canine companion, get in touch with us and we can help.
Learn How Canine Perspective Can Help You & Your Dog
Here’s a recent review from one of our clients
“I came to Jesse with a rescued 70 lb. Amstaff that was left on the street in December of 2015. All things considered, and not knowing anything about where or whom she came from, she was a well-behaved dog. However, there was a biting incident while resource guarding a bone. I had mixed emotions about what my next steps should be, re-home, train, etc. I chose to rehabilitate the dog and train myself (with Jesse from Canine Perspective).
I learned SO very much from Jesse. We worked together for 8 weeks and the progress, even from the very first day, was remarkable. The approach Jesse took was thoughtful, careful, and confident and it helped me to become a better dog owner and learn how to take control of an anxious/aggressive situation. I cannot recommend him enough!! If it wasn’t for him I may just have listened to people and given my dog up whom likely would have been euthanized after a bite was reported by a pittie 🙁 The thought makes me tear up to this day! Remember: no dogs are bad, they are just being animals. You only need to take the time and have the patience to better equip yourself with the tools on how to control the situation. Jesse will no doubt help you do just that.
Rue and I have now been together for 2 years this December and going strong!! Everyday is a lesson :)”
– Cassie, Canine Perspective Client