Training your Weimaraner can be an enormous challenge – perhaps even a bigger challenge than you think it should be. For many women, struggling to train your Weimaraner can seem convoluted and illogical. Our professional staff knows the intricate emotional, physical, and mental hang ups that come with training your Weimaraner. Working with an experience support team is helpful and sometimes essential for lasting Weimaraner training success.
The Women’s Way Weimaraner training team includes Mark St. Claire – AKC certified dog training, Dr. Annie Wills – Editorial contributor to Pawsitively, Joe Hughes – Editorial contributor to Best Dog Crates and Beds, Dr. Roger Thorne – veterinarian, and Jim Wells – doctoral student at Virginia-Maryland Veterinary School. Weimaraner training guidance is unique and personalized, based on your goals, readiness, and dog’s temperament. Women’s Way offers so much more than just Weimaraner training and management plans. Learn more about our unique and comprehensive services, including personal Weimaraner Training Course, monthly skill building course, and weekly drop-in courses.
In addition, we also provide free dog crate training lessons to anyone that is interested. One of the biggest challenges with any Weimaraner is getting them to go to the bathroom outside. For some reason, this breed is incredibly stubborn when it comes to potty training. Our free crate training class is available select Tuesdays. Contact us for details. If you don’t already have a dog crate, we can provide one for you to use at our facility. However, it is best if you purchase your own dog crate to bring with you, and keep at home. If you need help buying a dog crate, you can check out this website for dog crate reviews.
Women of many ages, sizes, and with a variety of training needs have trained their Weimaraner at Women’s Way. See their testimonials here. Women’s Way specializes in treating Weimaraner who are overly-hyper, combat disciplinary techniques, and know that they’re the boss of their human. Women’s Way excels in guiding women to training their Weimaraner to be their best friend and companion. Women’s Way also addresses emotional stability, negative-reinforcement, and the notion that the dog is in control.
Women’s Way is a committed partner and guide along the challenging Weimaraner training journey – leading women beyond the stumbling blocks, celebrating in the successes, and preparing for the future. Women’s Way is here for you. Please feel free to contact us anytime.