Canine Defined focuses on teaching people how to bring out the best in their pets. The use of positive training methods facilitates a healthy relationship and effective communication for you and your dog.
In assessing each dog's individual needs and needs of the family, Canine Defined follows the Humane Hierarchy. This hierarchy allows for thorough assessment of every part of a dog's life and experience beginning with potential health factors and environmental causes for problem behaviors. Canine Defined Dog Training uses "least intrusive, minimally aversive" (LIMA) methodology to help make decisions regarding how to approach behavior modification for each individual case. Although we focus on positive reinforcement, and teaching the dog what we want them to do first, we also recognize that all quadrants of operant conditioning are effective in teaching and may need to be used on a case by case basis.