Can you cure my dog of dog aggression?
Almost always. We specialized in the social dynamics of canine psychology. What can’t be cured can be controlled.
Can you get my dog to behave at the dog park?
Definitely, if your dog can already get along with the other dogs. For a dog suffering from dog aggression we would need to evaluate it before we can be sure.
Can you get my dog to quit pulling on the leash?
Every dog we train is guaranteed to walk on a loose leash under all kinds of distraction.
Can you teach my dog to come off-leash?
Absolutely. We can teach any dog to come when called on or off-leash.
Can you train my dog to pass the Canine Good Citizen test?
Every dog that finishes training with us will be able to pass the CGC.
Do you charge for training evaluations?
Evaluations are always free.
Do you have a Facebook page?
Yes, we do. Go to Incredible Canine on Facebook.
We also have Twitter and YouTube pages.
Do you offer doggy daycare?
Yes, we have an excellent daycare program. See our daycare page for more information.
How do I introduce my new dog to my old dog?
The best way we’ve found is to take them for a walk together. This can be very dangerous if not done properly. We can help you with this on a consultation basis or with any of our training programs.
How long have you been training?
Since 1972. Over 40 years of full time training.
How many lessons will my dog need?
It depends on so many variables. We can be pretty specific once we know your dog’s history, temperament and personality and, of course, your goals. All this can be established by taking advantage of our Free Evaluations.
What breeds and ages do you accept?
All breeds are welcome, neutered or intact, male or female, eight weeks or 13 years old. We love pit bulls as much as Labradors.
What training method do you use?
We use the natural approach. We guide the dog toward the behaviors we desire and reward lavishly with verbal and physical praise and play. We believe that a healthy, natural relationship in the DOG WORLD is based on rank (dominance/subordination), as well as the drives for social bonding (pack drive), and physical interaction (play drive).