At Omega Dog Training in Tempe, we partner with you to provide in-home dog training and behavior modification programs designed to suit your dog's unique personality and needs. We teach positive reinforcement techniques that use your dog's natural motivation and instincts to make training fun for both you and your dog. Because training is conducted in-home, your dog is in a familiar and comfortable environment where distractions can be minimized for quick results. Call Omega Dog Training in Tempe for a phone consultation today!
Because Great Dogs Are Trained, Not Born.
Caring Hearts Animal Clinic: 480-545-8921
East Valley New Life Rescue
Shelby's House of Rescue 480-560-5260
Lost Our Home Pet Rescue 602-445-7387
AKC Reunite (micro-chip tracking/alert)
Can you help your dog in an emergency? The Arizona Animal Welfare League/SPCA offers a class in first-aid and CPR for your dog. You can reach them at 602-273-6852 for class dates and times.
Medical problems can interfere with your dog's willingness and ability to work. If you have concerns, please consult your vet. We want training to be fun and non-stressing!
Bringing a new dog home
Choosing the right dog for your lifestyle is a critical step toward harmony with your dog. Each breed has unique characteristics and each dog has a unique personality and drive. Discussing your needs and expectations with a professional trainer can help you make the best choice, and avoid potential problems in the future. Give us a call. We are happy to help.
Omega Dog Training
In-home training and behavior solutions
Did your dog just do something strange? Need some help between sessions? Your trainer is just a phone call or text message away for a little coaching.
Like humans, each dog is unique. We will show you how to adapt different techniques to suit different personality types, temperament, and situations.
We will help you understand what is motivating your dog's unwanted behavior, and teach you how to get the behavior you want from your dog through cooperation, not conflict.
There is no creature more grateful, loving, and loyal than a rescued shelter dog. Too many dogs are given up, and ultimately killed, because someone failed to understand that sharing a home with a dog requires an investment in time and effort. Dogs behave like dogs. It is the human's responsibility to understand this and to teach the dog how to adapt socially to life with a family. Great dogs are trained, not born. Visit your local shelter, hire a trainer, and save a life today.
Dog Sense, John Bradshaw
Culture Clash, Jean Donaldson
How Dog's Think, Stanley Coren, Ph.D.
The Other End Of The Leash, Patricia McConnell, Ph.D.