Embark Canine

at , Omaha, 68106 United States

Embark Canine offers unique training, education & activities to the Omaha Metro and surrounding areas. Education and experience you can trust!


Embark Canine

Omaha , NE 68106
United States
Contact Phone
P: (402) 250-2937
Website

Description

Embark offers a variety of unique training options, specialized to each client's needs. From starting off with a new puppy to resolving pesky behavioral issues or even preparing your pet-loving household for life with a new baby, Embark is ready to help you meet your goals. Cam Bexten MM CPDT-KA has been training dogs in the Omaha area for over a decade. She is proud to be a professional member of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers and have been a Certified Professional Dog Trainer since 2006. Cam has helped people accomplish their goals to have a great family pet, compete in dog sports, work in animal-assisted therapy and even perform in the entertainment industry. NEW for 2014, Embark is proud to be affiliated with Family Paws Parent Education to provide education and assistance to new families through it's Dogs & Storks and Dogs & Toddlers programs. familypaws.com

Company Rating

162 FB users likes Embark Canine, set it to 13 position in Likes Rating for Omaha, Nebraska in Pet services category

"Most undesirable behaviors in our pets are not related to priority access to resources [i.e. dominance related]; rather, they are due to accidental rewarding of the undesirable behavior," American Veterinary Society of Animal Behavior

Published on 2014-09-13 19:09:15 GMT

Sorry this has taken so long, guys! I've been very slow to publish this page, but since the website seems to be taking even longer, and I've been getting so many requests to "get on Facebook already" I'm finally doing it!

Published on 2014-06-30 02:09:29 GMT

"To use shock as an effective dog training method you will need: A thorough understanding of canine behavior. A thorough understanding of learning theory. Impeccable timing. And if you have those three things, you don't need a shock collar." --Dr. Ian Dunbar