My mission is to create harmony between people & their pets through understanding & positive reinforcement.
My name is Beeker, C.D.X. I am a West Highland White terrier. I like retrieving, walks, food, & belly rubs.
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Mikey was small but mighty the day Marsha came to tame his wildness. By the time Marsha left, we were walking him on a leash with no tension! We learned a lot that day.
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Helen & Lily
Stacie & Scout
Marsha Tracy Owner & Canine Behavior Specialist
Doug & Maggie
Marsha, your service has been awarded a Best of 2016 award due to your excellent customer reviews — that's two years in a row. Nice work!
Kathy & her husband,
Rick have made exceptional progress towards becoming calm & assertive pack leaders.
Marsha was incredible
to work with. She helped transform our dogs from anxious, ornery hooligans
into obedient, well-behaved members of our family! .
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First and foremost, a dog is a family member who depends upon it's leader (you) for it's food, water, exercise, discipline, grooming, and affection until the day, and often the way, it dies. Owning a dog is an awesome responsibility. And though most dog owners mean well, not every owner knows how to best meet their dog's needs. This can create psychological disturbances such as nervousness, anxiety, and dominance that can lead to unwanted behaviors such as destructive digging, out-of-control barking, biting, lunging at other dogs, and not walking calmly on a leash. Sincerely,
A Lab Rehab
When I met Danny, he was terrified of the water. Four lessons later, he was a normal water-loving Lab.
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An afternoon in the Berkeley Hills 1968.
Jampa, a two-year- old Tibetan Mastiff
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Marsha was incredible to work with. She helped transform our dogs from anxious, ornery hooligans into obedient, well-behaved members of our family!
We rescued a very troubled Westie with intense anxiety
around other dogs. Walking him around the block, he turned into a
crazed “beast” when passing or seeing other dogs. We tried
various methods of “fixing” him and nothing was effective. Marsha
worked with us and in just one visit we were walking our dog with no
problem. A week later we went to a dog park, and with Marsha’s
guidance , our dog was happily playing and running with other dogs.
We can’t thank Marsha enough for breaking through this obstacle we
have been living with. We still have to work to keep him in line but
with the tools Marsha gave us , it is progressively easier. We look
forward to walking him now and he is so happy. Our dog is finally
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