Do you love your dog…

But sometimes don’t enjoy your dog?

Are they driving you a bit crazy?

‘Win Win Dog Training’ is here to help.

We will set up a Win/Win situation where you and your dog are happy. It’s all done while being calm and kind.
This leading-edge method of training treats the cause of the behaviour issue and uses what your dog already instinctively knows.
Win Win services Ohope, Whakatane, Opotiki, Kawerau, Rotorua, Tauranga (and all places in between).
One consult is usually all it takes to set your dog on the path towards being happier and more responsive!

Win Win Dog Training owner Sam with her dogs Dash and Cooper.

For dog help call: 027 251 9383
Email: winwindogtraining@gmail.com

“As a current member of the Dog Trainer Academy, run by dog behaviourist Doggy Dan, I am using the training methods and approach recommended in his program.”

What’s Involved?

“When we discover the simple way to win our dog’s mind a whole new world is opened up to us.
We become confident owners of calm, relaxed, happy dogs.
We finally find the full enjoyment of dog companionship knowing we are providing everything our dog needs.”

Step 1.

Discover how to create the home that will set your dog up to be calm and relaxed.

Discover this calm and kind approach to dog psychology and training. No fear, force, intimidation, or gadgets!

Step 2.

Address your dog’s unique training issues.

Whether it’s jumping up, pulling on the leash, barking, reactivity, fear, or puppy issues, learn exactly what to do and how to respond. 

Step 3.

Be supported on your dog owner journey!

Receive a personalized step-by-step training plan with email, and phone support after the consult. Additional in-person visits are available. I’m with you on your training journey!

Outcome

This is a long-term solution, which fixes overall behaviour (not just one problem).
All the techniques used are calm and kind. It is simple so all family members can be involved.
The dogs are the best judge of the success of the training: they become calm, relaxed, happy canine citizens.