Lehigh Valley Dog Training & Behavior

Providing the Allentown area In-Home Dog Training & Puppy Behavior Training sessions in our facility

Allentown In home Dog & Puppy Behavior Training | Lehigh Valley
Allentown In home Dog & Puppy Behavior Training | Lehigh Valley
    Before we conduct in-home dog training, Allentown, PA, clients and those in the surrounding areas are strongly encouraged to ask themselves the following questions:
  • Is my dog aggressive to my guests?
  • Do I become apprehensive when children are present around my dog?
  • Does my dog think they own the neighborhood?
  • When I take my dog for a walk, do they lunge, charge, and bark at the other dogs?
  • Did my veterinarian suggest putting my dog down?
  • Have I changed my lifestyle because of my dog’s behavior?
  • Does your dog still go to the bathroom inside your home?

Answering yes to any of these means your family member is a candidate for dog behavior training from our Allentown staff. Non-aggressive dog behavior problems are often best addressed in your home. We understand that some dogs have special training conditions that can only be met when they are in a familiar environment. Some of the reasons behind this include how your dog:

  • Has territorial issues and refuses to tolerate guests coming into your home.
  • Becomes aggressive toward a person or another animal already living in your home. (This includes your dog growling or snapping when a family member tries to get in your bed or approach you while they are on your lap.)
  • Will your dog retaliate when you try to stop a behavior?

We turn various negative behaviors, such as leash pulling and excessive jumping, into positive ones in one session. Rest assured that you will immediately notice a positive change in your dog’s behavior. We even offer free follow-up sessions to ensure the best results. We do not use e-collars AKA shock collars! Contact us today for in-home dog training for the Allentown area.

Our Allentown In-Home Dog Training Process

Most in-home training sessions last about 3 hours. As hands-on trainers, we get to the root of your dog’s problems and begin working with you, your entire family, and your canine companion. In addition, we never use shock collars. Our goal is to help you become your dog’s pack leader.

You do not have to live with a seemingly untrainable dog. Count on us to fix even the most complicated behavioral issues from the start, not after two or three visits like other trainers. We promise to give you back control over your pet and restore joy to your home. Contact us today for your free phone consultation and pricing information.

Free Group Classes

Marx’s Lehigh Valley Dog Training & Behavior offers free group classes for clients who wish to take advantage of our exceptional dog and puppy training services in Allentown and surrounding areas. Our classes include beginner, intermediate, and advanced obedience training & socialization workshops. We also conduct therapy dog training sessions and facilitate playgroups for soft play. In addition, we offer free follow-up classes to fix dog-to-dog and dog-to-human aggression issues. Our free obedience and socialization classes are every Sunday, 2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m.

Dog Behaviors We Address Through In-Home Training

  • Aggression
  • Biting
  • Growling
  • Snapping
  • Snarling
  • Mouthing
  • Overprotectiveness
  • Begging
  • Destroying Your Furniture
  • Digging
  • Climbing Walls & Fences
  • Chasing Vehicles
  • Pestering Problems
  • Aggression Toward Outsiders
  • Hyperactivity
  • Eating Their Own Fecal Matter
  • Aggression When Being Introduced to New Pets
  • Jumping
  • Barking
  • Stealing Food
  • Accidents in Your House
  • Marking or Dominance
  • Sexual Mounting
  • Stealing Your Personal Items
  • Destroying Your Yard or Property
  • Excessive Licking
  • Aggression Toward Owner/s
  • Aggression Toward Dogs & Other Animals
  • Scratching
  • Psychotic or Neurotic Behaviors
  • Aggression When Being Introduced to New Babies
  • Stealing the Articles of Others
  • Chewing
  • Fearful Behavior
  • Phobias
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Pulling or Straining on Their Leash
  • Running Away
  • Submissive Urination
  • Whining
  • Bolting Out of Doors or Car Doors
  • Jumping Out of Windows
  • Jumping Over Walls & Fences
  • Counter Surfing
  • Territorial Issues
  • Anxiety & Nervousness
  • Behavioral Problems After a House Move
  • Refusing to Come When Called