Hampton Roads Aggressive Dog Training – WE CAN HELP!

Does your dog bark, growl, and/or lunge at other pets or even people? This type of aggressive behavior can be scary and discouraging, but your dog is not beyond help. Even if you’ve had other trainers and tried other programs, give Hampton Roads Dog Training a try.

Our commitment-based training program means we stick with you until your dog is trained, no matter how long it takes to see the desired results, and our philosophy of charging by the job rather than by the hour ensures you won’t break the bank.

When it comes to your pet—your family—Hampton Roads Dog Training means business. Our dedicated, professional trainers are well-versed in handling aggressive dogs, finding the root cause of the aggression, and teaching you to work with your dog so you can both have a calmer, more fulfilling relationship.

What forms of aggression do we address?

Aggression comes in many forms, including people aggression, pet aggression, sibling aggression, food aggression, territorial aggression, and even maternal aggression.

The time to fix your dog’s aggression is now, before the behavior is further ingrained in your pet’s mind and becomes even harder to eradicate.

The tool you need is Hampton Roads Dog Training.

With a combination of an over-the-phone consultation and an in-home, in-person consultation, we’ll be able to tell you if your pet’s aggression stems from fear, anxiety, or instinct. And no matter the cause, it can be fixed. We’ve seen it all before.

Customized, in-home training programs

We’ll outline a customized plan, including a timeline, to get your dog back in mental and emotional shape. We’ll teach you to properly handle your dog, and we’ll teach your dog to see you as the leader. And, again, should the training take longer than anticipated, the cost will not change. We will be there for you from beginning to end.

If, after viewing our training plan, you decide not to take further action, you are under no obligation to continue working with us.

Please don’t consider surrendering your pet, or worse, before contacting us. Call 757.693.4036 or e-mail us using the website’s contact form.