Live Better Together
We teach people to better understand and communicate with their beloved dogs through a humane, science-based framework.
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For the past 10 years, Canine Behavior Science has focused specifically on addressing behavior challenges that can make life with your dog difficult: aggression, fear, anxiety, extra “exuberance,” and other issues.
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Working with behavioral issues such as fear, anxiety, and aggression requires a broader, more in-depth behavioral science and species-specific education than most trainers have.
Randi is certified as a behavior consultant from the IAABC and CCPDT. Requirements included a minimum of 500 hours of working with behavior issues, case studies, and testing.Additionally, Randi holds a masters’ certificate from the Florida Institute of Technology in Applied Behavior Analysis.
Experience and expertise don’t matter if we can’t put them together to make a difference in your lives with a reasonable amount of time and effort.
When our pups have behavioral issues, it can create a lot of stress and anguish in the household. Our experience and philosophy allow us to marry expertise in the science of learning and behavior change with your goals and your pup’s unique learning history, genetic background, and current environment
What our clients say:
CBS is both passionate and gifted in working with pets with problem behaviors and their humans. Their obvious love for animals comes through in the quality of their work
CBS provides well-vetted, scientific-based methods that are proven time and time again while being extremely humane and efficient.
The knowledge and skills CBS teaches and demonstrates will provide you with what you need to become a more effective Human to your beloved family member.”
There’s so much that’s confusing in dog training and behavior, it just feels great to know that I have someone I trust in my corner, and that has my best interests at heart.
From The Blog:
We are huge lovers of teaching "go to mat" to manage behaviors that are troublesome, safety risks, or just plain annoying. For example, for a dog who goes nuts when people come in the door. Ender used to respond to anyone coming in the house by turning into a little...