CTLC LogoCTLC Words

SEARCH (Keywords separated by commas):

Canine Transformations :: Site Map

Home | About Us | Classes | Schedule | Articles | Case Studies | Testimonials | Resources | Contact Us | Clubs

Back To Top

Chance’s Story

Introducing Diane Garrod . . .

Kody’s Story

Back To Top

Clicker Training

Group Classes

Learning Labs

Loose Leash Walking and Heeling

Mobile Unit

Private Classes

Reactive Dog

Recall

Seminars

TTouch

Workshops

Back To Top

Back To Top

Families In Training Series

How to Modify Behavior In An Aggressive Dog

How To Stop Play Biting and Nipping

Prepare Your Dog To Learn Better

Solutions to Aggressive Dog Behavior

Three-Bark Rule

Back To Top

Christopher

Jai

Leo

Lucca

Nelly

Nitza

Ponder

Ranger

Vera

Back To Top

C.J. and Ponder

Cindy Van Vleet

D. Ayers

J.V.

Janice

Jennifer White

K.M.

Kirkland

N.L.

R.W.

Rebecca

Rocky and Susan Knickerbocker

S.K.

T.B.

V.F.

W.K.

W.K. - Langley

Back To Top

Back To Top

Back To Top

Back To Top

Christopher is more tuned into us in low-distraction environments. Even when he reacts the time he’s ’out of his mind’ is less. You are a wonderful, patient instructor.

- S.K.
Arlington, Washington


Read More

Leo<br />Langley, Washington

Leo
Langley, Washington

Leo loves to run and be outdoors. What is wonderful about him is that he is playful, loves to romp with small dogs, and loves his owner’s attention.


Read More

Solutions to Aggressive Dog Behavior

Read Article

Subscribe to TLCaggdogbeh

Powered by pets.groups.yahoo.com