Dog Training

We encourage you to become a leader;
one that your dog will love and respect.
Once you get there, you will have one happy dog!

Dog Training

Our goal at Gonzos, is to provide you and your dog with the tools to promote a healthy relationship. We want your dog to develop into a confident and calm individual that appreciates direction from their leader, and we want you to benefit from a relaxed, calm, and happy pal. We accomplish this by providing routine, rules, and expectations.

Our Commitment

Dr. Heathers dream has always been to create a safe, happy and long life for all the animals in her care. While travelling to San Pedro, Belize on a veterinary volunteer mission in 2017 and working with the SAGA humane society she had the chance to work with street dogs. It was there where she quickly fell in love with helping these dogs find their way both spiritually, physically, and mentally.

We believe that leadership, on our part, can help our dogs to become secure, confident pups, and live a happy, healthy and anxiety free life.

Once we start demonstrating leadership, which entails setting reasonable boundaries and guidelines for them to live by, our training becomes their stability and security. They know what to expect next, and that provides confidence for them. Our dogs are just like us. The unknown is scary and stressful, routine gives trust and certainty.

Our goal at Gonzos, is to provide you and your dog with the tools to promote a healthy relationship. We want your dog to develop into a confident and calm individual that appreciates direction from their leader, and we want you to benefit from a relaxed, calm, and happy pal. We accomplish this by providing routine, rules, and expectations.

Expectations include such things as not allowing your dog to walk through a door before the human they are with; encouraging your dog to have positive interactions with other dogs; allowing your dog to feel comfortable with being on their own, or in a large group.

We allow our dogs some downtime in the middle of the day, so that they can rest and regroup, so that their afternoons can be full of positive energy, and good decisions.

We encourage you to become a leader; one that your dog will love and respect. Once you get there, you will have one happy dog!

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My 8 month old Siberian Husky had a blast at day care and was completely worn out when he got home (it’s rare to see him that tired). He was very well taken care of and I loved the photo I got during the day showing him playing!