No e-collars - No slip leads
No pack leader- No dominance
No alpha - No leash pops
There is an enormous difference between a dog that is living
from a dog that is living engaged.
My method is simple...
Positive reinforcement dog training makes your pup eager to learn.
It makes you excited to teach
and makes it possible for you and your dog
to accomplish far more than you ever thought possible.
I rarely tell a dog no.
Telling your dog no doesn't teach them anything...
Instead, show them what it is you want them to do.
That's the difference with positive reinforcement dog training.
We all want our dogs to learn certain behaviors
but what is most important is that we show our dogs how to learn.
I will instruct you on how to teach new behaviors that will enable you to handle
any situation you encounter with confidence.
You will gain a skill set that will give you and your dog a lifetime of success!
Start saying Yes!
All dogs and all temperaments are welcome.
Virtual - Outside - In Studio - In Home Sessions Available
Call for details and rates
Located in Hoboken NJ
A percentage of all profits will be donated to charity.
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Ken MacLeod is a talented set designer for such iconic shows at Saturday Night Live. He is also on a mission to help bring out positive results in dogs as the founder of My Positive Pup. Tune in to find out more about this New Jersey guy with plenty to woof about..
Ken’s high-profile career as a film and television set designer spans over thirty years. He’s spent the last decade designing some of Saturday Night Live's most well known sets. He’s extremely passionate about his work, but additionally, Ken has always had a profound passion for and love of dogs. In 2018, Ken took the distinguished Karen Pryor Academy dog certification course in order to better his communication with his own dog, Scooter. Having found the knowledge he garnered during the course so rewarding and helpful within he and Scooter’s human/doggie relationship, Ken decided he had no option but to teach others what he had learned and started taking clients! As with many people, the onset of COVID-19 offered Ken a lot of time for introspection. During lockdown, Ken was able to shift his focus from his fast-paced TV career to working with dogs—something he finds truly fulfilling. So many people were adopting dogs during this time, and there was a drastic increase in the need for training classes for first-time dog-owners, as well as training for dogs experiencing behavioral issues brought about by the lockdown. Ken's small dog-training service exploded into a buzzing business overnight.Ken is still working at SNL, but he can hardly keep up with the growth of My Positive Pup. He does virtual classes as well as safely distanced outside training sessions. He is booked for weeks in advance with a waiting list.-