No e-collars - No prong collars
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.
Our 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.
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.
We 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!
In Studio - Outside - In Home - Virtual
Call for details and rates
Located in Hoboken NJ
Ken, owner and lead trainer at MPP.
A graduate of the distinguished Karen Pryor Academy, KPA, he also holds a certification in L.E.G.S. Applied Ethology Family Dog Mediation and more..
Ken's belief is simple… Positive reinforcement is vital...it can make the difference between a dog that is living from a dog that is living engaged.
Love, Praise, Reinforce. Repeat.
Ken is a certified KPA CTP- FDM
L.E.G.S. Certified Family Dog Mediator
Lauren lives in Hoboken with her husband and dog, Birdie.
She has always had a love for all animals, especially dogs, but after
training her pup, she quickly
discovered that her interest for animal behavior and training
was something she wanted
to share with the community!
Lauren is a certified CCDT
CATCH Canine Trainers Academy
Besides being a producer at SNL,
Mary is the backbone of MyPositivePup when it comes to getting the word out on positive reinforcement.
She has landed us in national magazines, podcasts, and even on the front cover of All Creatures Magazine.
Keep an eye out for the documentary she is producing on our teaching methods and philosophy.
All things good!