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My goal at Companion Canines is to help your dog become a happy, well-balanced and reliable companion. We offer a unique opportunity to find out what training methods work best along with giving you information to make you and your dog’s lives better. Scientific learning theories have proven canines to be a social- and community-driven animal, each with their own specific language.

All of the training done with Companion Canines is built around positive reinforcement as well as non-physical punishment. Through mental and physical activity, the goal for your animal is to become a well-balanced family member. As a result, your dog will not be lonely or develop destructive behavior when left alone, and will be better behaved during human and social interactions.

Dogs won’t always be perfect, but they certainly deserve to be happy!


 

Interview with Ron Jolly (WTCM 103.5 | 93.5), November 7, 2018.

Janet is a wonderful trainer with the heart of a dog. When my dogs were young and exhibiting undesirable behaviors, that I could not correct on my own, Janet successfully taught me positive techniques to meet the challenge. I am especially grateful to her for providing instruction on how to correctly groom them. Janet has lovingly cared for my 2 dogs, both in my home and hers, when I needed dog sitting services for the past 5 years. When you entrust your fur babies to this kind and gentle woman, know they are in capable hands.

Cathe Seaman

I want to thank you again for Maya’s training

Good evening Janet, been a long time. Ron Ludgin told me the last contacts with you and that he informed you I had another dog. Not sure if he told you any background on the new dog, but I got her as a rescue from the humane society about two weeks ago. I had been thinking about a second dog as a playmate for Maya and it definitely seems to be working out quite well. The new dog’s name is Juno and she is just over 3 years old.

Ron Henning