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Professional Dog Training In Lehi, UT

Aggression Training

Canine By Design, 801-210-0987

Our Behavior Modification Program is the fastest path to correct unwanted or problematic behaviors and experience an overall improvement in your dog’s behavior.

What can I expect from a Behavior Modification Program?

We focus on building confidence through an understanding of basic obedience and creating structure in the dog’s life. Training results for behavior modification will vary from dog to dog, but in general, we see that most clients and their pets are achieving results in less time than expected for most cases.

Behavior Modification training is currently only available in our Board and Train program. We accept all major credit cards as forms of payment.  Payment is due prior to services being rendered.

How Does Canine by Design Handle Aggressive Dogs?

Aggression in dogs, while less common, is a serious behavioral issue that should be addressed with the help of a professional dog trainer. Usually, in true cases of aggression, the sooner you can engage a professional trainer to correct the unwanted behaviors, the better. Aggression will not go away on its own. Therefore, waiting for the behavior to resolve on its own is not a viable solution. Cases where an animal is truly aggressive towards its handler, strangers, or animals must be taken seriously, as these types of dogs pose a risk of harm to other animals, people, and even themselves. 

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Contact us to now set up an evaluation or to learn more! 

We accept all major credit cards as forms of payment. Financing options are available through LendingUSA. Payment is due prior to services being rendered, unless otherwise approved with Canine by Design management.

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I had my 6 month old Bernedoodle join their 3 week board and train program. My dog before was a struggle to walk on a leash. He would never stay or come despite the little training I did with him. He was nervous around new people in our home and bikes and other random things. Its been about 3 months since he has been home. He is so much more confident and obedient. He stays, sits, comes, runs next to a bike, walks on a leash, and is potty trained. It was expensive training but it has been worth it to have such a great dog. The trick is the owner needs to stay consistent with training to keep up the good behaviors.
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