The key to achieving these outstanding results were the owners. They were trusting, committed and eager to learn and apply their training consistently, clearly and confidently. These dog owners realized early on that they needed to change their own behaviors in order to get more out of their dog than they had before. Just like anything worthwhile in life, success is based on effort. If you put in minimal effort, you get minimal results. If you put in maximum effort, you get maximum results! Dog training and behavior rehabilitation is the same way. You are responsible for your results. We instruct, coach, and provide support. The rest is up to you. If you want the dog of your dreams, we will get you there.

Please remember, we don’t just train dogs. We help dogs with human problems. Whether Obedience Classes or our Behavior Rehabilitation Program, we can help you and your canine family member understand each other better than you ever could have imagined!

We have trained national champions in many different disciplines of canine competition, such as Police K-9 national qualifiers, weight pull national champions, therapy dogs and agility dogs. We are also extremely proud to have successfully rehabilitated thousands of problem pet dogs, achieving outstanding results where others have failed.

Canine Solutions Training Services has provided professional service and expertise to thousands of dogs and their owners in the New England area for more than 20 years. Whether you need help with basic commands, competitive canine sports or behavior rehabilitation, our highly qualified trainers and canine behaviorists possess the skill set and know-how to give you and your canine companion the positive outcome you've been looking for.

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