Our 1st priority is to understand where both the owner and dog are coming from. In misbehaving dogs, there is almost always a miscommunication in the relationship between dog and owner.
Applying behavior modification and analysis to both is the most successful way to train and shape the dog's behavior.
We believe in a balanced approach to training dogs. Using positive reinforcement for shaping the behaviors we want to see and applying negative reinforcements to the unwanted behaviors before or as they happen. This solves the dog's behavioral issues at the roots.
A balanced approach is the best way to communicate exactly how we expect our dogs to behave and how we do not want them to behave. We train each dog specifically customized for their personalities. For the dogs with a strong desire to please are easily motivated by food, praise, or play, there will be a swift and quick transition to doing what's right and minimal use of corrections.
However, for the dogs who aren't motivated by food, praise, or play and have a strong mentality and years of dopamine addictions to misbehaving and becoming reactive. For them, we typically have to use more corrections to get them to obey their owners.