Few things are more terrifying than run away dogs you can’t get to come back. Coming when called is one of the most important commands for a dog’s safety. A large majority of our New England clients come to us because of run away dogs that do not come back when called. If you have a dog that consistently escapes and/or doesn’t listen when you call him back, reach out today to see how Beyond The Leash trainers can help solve your problem of running away.
“Scott was amazing. I have a one-year old Shiba Inu, Sophie, and she is very independent. She had a problem of running away any chance she got and would not come when called. I contacted Scott and signed up for the Boot Camp. He sent me updated videos of her progress all the time. When I picked her up after the three weeks, it was like a different dog. She was so well behaved. I cannot thank Scott enough for all his help with Sophie.”
“We just wanted to let you know how happy we were with the puppy Boot Camp that our eight month old English Cocker Spaniel Tesla went through at Beyond the Leash. As you know Tesla’s breed is one that can be of a single focus and can be very difficult to train. Once he has is mind [or nose] set on a path, he is very difficult to break out of that mind-set. Our concern was his safety. There were times he can get himself into a zone, where he would not respond to stop or come and we were concerned that he could get hurt or hit by a car. The weeks that he spent with you have turned out to be one on of the best decisions we have made. We couldn’t believe it when we came back that he was the same dog. You have been very helpful in training us on how to handle him and reinforce the fundamental training you have instilled in Tesla. We just wanted to let you know how much of a difference Beyond the Leash has made with Tesla and how happy we were to put him through your boot camp.”