We want to thank you for training us and our two four-legged daughters Chloe and Hanna. You’ve taken our puppies and turned them into the best dogs ever! I was worried if they could be trained at 3 months. But, I watched as they went from little energizer bunnies into responsive and well mannered little energizer bunnies!
The real test was this past holiday, when we we entertained 14 people at our house for Christmas dinner. As the first guests arrived we started to get nervous, but then, we remembered our training as well as theirs, and with a few simple commands everyone was impressed and I was relieved. There was no jumping, no begging and complete control. We served dinner and ate, while Chloe and Hanna laid quietly in the living room. In just six weeks, you’ve allowed us to have the control we need to be able to take them with us anywhere, and you did this while making it fun for them (and us) to learn.
Thank you so much!!
“Cathy, thank you for all of your help with Boyd. He is a changed dog!
Cathy, who is this dog and what did you do with Buddy?
He is so calm and he minds! He does not jump on us or try to bite our hands or jump on the furniture, he sits, comes, lays down and even stays fairly well.
This is amazing! Thank you so much!
We want to thank you for recommending Cathy Daugaard of Pet Etiquette to train our 8 month old extremely energetic Boyken Spaniel. Cathy is very personable and began a series of training steps, (for the dog and us), that have greatly improved the dog’s behavior. We are continuing training with Cathy and are very satisfied with the progress. Douglass and Patricia
Buddy slept through the night!!!!! Thank you for all your help & guidance. We will continue to practice what you taught me. Thanks again!
We signed up for a six week lesson plan with her. We have been using her for the last four weeks now. She is very patient with the puppy and is not harsh. She is gentle in her training and you can see the puppy is responding appropriately to her.
“I’m using the collar like you have and it has made all the difference in the
world. No more dislocated shoulders. Anyway, remembering your words, a tired dog is a good dog. A tired dog is a good dog with a happy owner.”
“Cathy, I can’t thank you enough for all your advice and help. I was desperate for help. I don’t know if you realize how frustrated and stressed out I was. Many times I would wake up in the middle of the night worrying about what to do”.