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FAQ

Frequently asked questions

Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?


Academy Dog Training by Haywood stresses continuing education for its trainers. Understanding new methods and techniques combined with old school progression brings a balanced approach to training. Teaching first through motivation builds a better and more sound foundation in training all dogs.




Describe the most common services you provide for your clients.


We work with puppies and their owners on proactive training...preventing problems before they start. Basic and advanced training is result-driven; we are constantly building off the success of the previous lesson. You and your dog are our best advertisement.




What advice do you have for a client looking to hire a provider like you?


When looking for a dog trainer, ask questions about their philosophy in training... it is best to work with a trainer that has a similar philosophy in teaching and discipline that you have. Also, ask about their experience in the field of training and teaching, because the best dog trainer might not be able to teach YOU how to train your dog.




What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?


"Does my dog need training?" and "What methods do you use?"...All dogs need to be trained, it provides you communication and a positive outlet for you all to engage. We train through motivation works best in keeping dogs focused. In training, a dog should always trust you and feel comfortable while working through difficult challenges.




What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession?


The dog training profession has evolved over the past 30 years. Many older trainers sometimes resist moving forward with newer methods and techniques, where a lot of newer trainers have resisted learning and understanding training of the past. This is where we consider ourselves balanced trainers, embracing all methods so we can address all situations. Programs must be fine-tuned for the individual personality of each pet, and the circumstances surrounding each family.