in Oakland County, MI
When we first met Charlie, she was a pretty sad dog. Yes, she was aggressive and dangerous, but we felt sorry for her, since it was obvious to us that her behavior was not in her control.
Her family reached out to us after working with other trainers both in classes and in one-on-one settings. Unfortunately, Charlie could not handle the pressures of training, which resulted in her biting her owners. Still, they loved her and wanted a solution that would make everyone safe and allow Charlie to be included in their lives and able to enjoy their weekend home in northern Michigan.
Charlie, as a result of genetics, was not in control of her aggressive responses to the world. A proper diagnosis and extensive treatment lead to behavioral interventions that worked. Today, she is living life in harmony with her family, their friends, and loves her adventures at the cottage.