Dog Training & Wellness Services

DogRelations™ NYC dog training is really about positive reinforcement training in an enjoyable and life enriching way. This means giving your dog a clear understanding of behaviors you want to encourage while having fun and developing a close relationship. Dogs thrive on honest, direct and consistent communication, just like friends who completely trust and rely on one another.

Sunday, 25 October 2015

Dog Training NYC

New York City Dog Trainer

My name is Elisabeth Weiss, and I own a company specialized in dog behavior, in New York City. This company is called DogRelations and was born from the desire to offer people an alternative to classic dog training methods. I believe in positive reinforcement, and I think that each dog is a unique individual that needs to be understood. From my experience, positive reinforcement is the only training method that creates a bond with the animal and allows it to learn properly. I am a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDT), ACK Canine Good Citizen Evaluator, and APDT C.L.A.S.S. Evaluator. I was also given a Certificate in Canine First Aid by the American Red Cross. 

But all those credentials and titles don’t speak about my beliefs, my experience and the tremendous joy working with dogs has brought me over the years.  I used to be a professional violinist back in Vienna, and I got into dog training by owning dogs and seeing what beautiful and amazing creatures they are. My first dog, an Irish Wolfhound named Salome, was the talk of my neighborhood due to her perfect manners. I trained her myself. My first client was a beautiful dog who was dying from cancer. Her owners wanted me to offer her some peace of mind in her final days. I did more than that.

I trained that dog to play the piano when I discovered she was a huge music fan. Each day I saw her making progresses. She was a very talented dog. After a short amount of time, she stopped being depressed. She had found herself a new passion and was excited about it. Despite the doctor’s prediction, she lived a year longer, and her final days were full of joy and love. That’s when I decided that every dog out there needs somebody to take care of it and understand it. And this is what I am doing: I am offering people the chance to strengthen the bond with their dog while training it and helping it discover its talents. 

No comments:

Post a Comment