No. Changing the behavior in a dog (and the human) takes time, and is not something that can be accomplished in a single session or two. When Sara takes on a behavioral case it is typically for 8-weeks. She
Sara will not be wearing a mask when meeting for the first time. It is important for dogs to be able to read her facial expressions and wearing a mask impairs that from happening.
The Behavioral Discovery Session is really important when it comes to understanding what may be causing the behavioral issues you're facing with your dog. The process actually begins with the Canine Questionnaire so that Sara could gather information about
Once you've had a Behavioral Discovery Session with Sara she will send a summary via email. You can then schedule a 15-minute post-session phone call to review the summary and ask for any clarification on the topics covered (if
Sara works with all sorts of behavioral issues, everything from instilling good behaviors in puppies (to avoid future issues) to severe aggression cases. Many people contact her and have had success working with her on separation-related behavior issues, as
This is often a confusing topic for pet parents. Sara wrote an article outlining all of the different titles (and what they mean) in an effort to help pet parents better understand the differences. You can check out that
Absolutely! Sara works with people (and their dogs) all over the country with great success. It's amazing what can be done virtually to help improve your dog's behavior.