Main objective of Behavior Modification is to decipher
and resolve any and all unacceptable behavioral issues
that your dog may be exhibiting

K9 Instincts specializes in Behavior Modification and will:

Teach you to correct or eliminate, so far as possible, any unacceptable behavior which your dog exhibits, but can make no guarantees as to the results thereof. Examples of behavior problems: barking, digging, chewing, jumping up, submissive urination, trash digging, fear/shyness, bolting through doors, house soiling, separation anxiety and any other behavior issues that you find undesirable. (Aggression issues will be addressed in the 'Aggression Rehabilitation'  Please view more examples of behavior problems below -


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Note: Behavior Modification is included with any lifetime Obedience or Aggression Rehabilitation program. This includes Board and Train programs.


Behavior Issues Addressed:

  • housebreaking
  • manners
  • puppy problems
  • separation anxiety
  • jealousy
  • mouthing
  • puppy biting
  • shyness
  • destructive chewing
  • marking
  • jumping up
  • stealing/guarding food/toys
  • fence jumping
  • mounting
  • laziness
  • hyper-activity
  • running away
  • escaping
  • bolting
  • fleeing
  • excessive barking
  • excessive whining
  • excessive panting
  • pacing
  • nervousness
  • digging
  • cat chasing
  • tail chasing
  • neurotic licking
  • car sickness
  • coprophagy (eating feces)
  • finicky eating
  • child aggression
  • dog aggression
  • other animal aggression
  • fear induced aggression
  • inter-male aggression
  • inter-female aggression
  • pain induced aggression
  • territorial aggression
  • food/toy aggression
  • dominance aggression
  • predatory aggression
  • possessive aggression
  • protective aggression
  • maternal aggression
  • redirected aggression
  • learned aggression

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