Erki Hindo, 28
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My approach to dog training has always been to advise owners how to understand their dogs and to give owners simple guidelines on what to do.
Because at the end of the day, even if I'm highly certified, it's nearly not as important as the owner's skills.
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How does it look like?
Write an email to email@example.com.
Describe your dog, where you live and about the things that you'd like to teach your dog.
We'll schedule a time that works for you and me. Typically, it's either after work-hours or during the weekends.
I'll travel to your home and I'll personally help you train your dog.
The sessions typically last between 1 and 1.5 hours. We'll start with the intro, where we talk about what has happened and what we want to do today.
Then we do the training itself. And then in the end we can talk about any questions that you may have left over.
The main goal of the training is for you to get the help that you need. I'll focus on giving really simple tips on how to approach working with your dog.
I'll give you specific points on what you need to focus on after our session.
Try and use those simple techniques that I showed during the following week.
We can't solve EVERYTHING in just five minutes. But we can work on one thing at a time.
There's a million things to learn and to do with dogs. Also, dogs themselves need time as well to adapt to new things.
If you practice the things that I'll show, then you'll start to see things slowly getting better day by day.
Some people want to learn about more things and some want to learn about fewer things. You can book with me as many training sessions as you'd like.
My goal isn't to drain your wallets. My goal is to give you the answers you need.
At any point in time, if you feel like you have learned enough, then you can stop training with me.
You have the freedom to decide on how and when you want to train.
If you do wish to continue with me, just email me and I'll plan the next session!