Even great dogs Can Get A Bit Emotional.

Whether your dog is overly excited, fearful, shy, reactive, or aggressive, I can help!

It feels horrible when your dog is out of control.  It might be overly excited, barks, lunges, is scared, or worse, bites or fights.

Your dog might be fine one minute and the next minute it is overly excited or showing fear or reactivity. And when your dog is like that, it doesn’t listen to a word you say.

I know this problem is stressful and frustrating.  No Worries, I Can Help!

Our Chaos to Calmness program has transformed the lives of hundreds of dog lovers and their dogs.

This program reshapes your dog’s brain, the emotional associations.  We transform your struggles into strengths and can help if your dog:
Charges up to other dogs or people
Growls, lunges, barks on or off-leash
Is Resistant to walk or go places
Becomes overly stimulated by dogs or people
Barks too much
Bites or Fights
Is hyper-vigilant, just looking for something to react to
Is nervous
Has been kicked out of other classes or would not be appropriate for them.

We can help whether your dog has just little bit of a problem or a big problem.

A sneak peek at YOUR training Transformation.

We’ve found is dogs who get upset or overly excited by other dogs, people, or new environments need the most relaxing environment to set the foundation skills.  These dogs do far better if we start their training with online training.

You get e-mails containing your training games and start playing those games immediately.  You then join our Online Support class for help, feedback and coaching.

Once both you and your dog have progressed, we evaluate to see if in-person group classes are an option.

Price Of These Classes
Price –
$144 – registration opens Dec. 30th.

Online Classes –  Fridays @ 6:00pm
In-person group classes – Saturdays mornings

Your Training Will Involve

Games established away from the situation until you are confident
Games played in the situation once you are proficient and confident
Playing in a variety of environments;
Rehearsing real-life strategies
Learning how to really motivate your dog
A dog that can remain cool, calm, and collected
Controlled, safe training set-ups
Changing your dog’s weaknesses to strengths
A plan of action

The Good News is your dog’s emotions can change & as they changes both you and your dog will: 

• Gain social freedom at home and in public
• Have less stress
• Be happier and more relaxed
• Have an improved quality of life

“Before joining The Well-Mannered Dogs, Changing Emotions Program taking Apollo for walks was next to impossible.”

“The results we got during the online training was amazing.”

“It exceeded my expectations and am still amazed at the progress that was made”

“We can now both walk and enjoy it”

— Pat Rankin and “Apollo”

“Before joining The Well-Mannered Dogs, Changing Emotions Program Otis was becoming fearful to many things, people, other dogs, pinecones falling.”

“It was hard to find a peaceful moment for our family.”

“We picked the Well-Mannered Dog because Debbies adapts her training for each individual dog and we know she cares and invested in each of us succeeding.”

— Megan and “Otis”

“Hi Debbie!

Thank you so much! We love our little poofy gremlin and I see the best in him everyday 🙂 I am really happy with your classes so far and love positive reinforcement. Growing up, I saw older family members using fear or hitting to punish dogs and as I became older, it just never felt okay to me. So finding ways of helping my dog without having to be aggressive is so nice and I love how much happier he is and how much fun he has with the games 🙂

Bilbo looooves the Duck Duck Goose game!!

Thank you again and have a great day!

— Annie Erskine and “Bilbo”