Hey there, dedicated dog parent!
I see you.
I see you spending hours online, trying to find the best option for your dog.
But you feel lost sometimes with too much information on dog training.
You've tried teaching your dog some obedience.
You've tried using treats to get their attention.
You run or walk miles with your dog to tire them out.
You've tried to be the "pack leader"...
But nothing really solved the core issue of your dog.
And yet, you feel like you have to manage your dog constantly...
Don't worry. YOU'RE NOT ALONE.
The truth is you don't have to control your dog with commands to fix behavioral issues.
There is a better way to give your dog more freedom yet to have a harmonious life together.
I specialize in helping people create a PEACEFUL LIFESTYLE through more natural and deeper changes in the dog. And we can do that by teaching them to be aware of their own emotions and behaviors, and to become optimistic about their life.
You'll be able to enjoy more things with your dog without having to constantly tell the dog what to do, or what not to do.
Even if you think you've tried everything, don't give up just yet!
There is hope. The help is right here.
Take one more step and schedule a quick chat and learn about your new possibilities!
Owner / Trainer at Placid Paws
Hi! my name is Sunghee [seong-hee] and just like a lot of you, I'm a wife, and a mom of a crazy dog and a demanding cat. But I just happened to be a farmer and a dog trainer too!
I hold strong values on compassion. Compassion for animals, the earth, and humans. That's why the healing aspect of training really means a lot to me. After all, we humans have the enormous power to make changes on this planet. And I want to be the positive change I want to see in the world for the better of people and all the living beings that let us coexist.
So, if you are like me, please reach out to me. I want to make that powerful change together for everyone we love.
Examples of topics Sunghee can help with:
foundational training - puppies and new dogs
loose leash walking
hyperactive - not being able to settle down
noise phobia (thunder or fireworks)
fear of vet visit or grooming
aggression towards children, cats or other pets
extreme anxiety during car rides
lunging or barking at other dogs on walks
guarding their food or toys