I believe that our dog’s behavior and physical health is a direct reflection of our relationship with them and their environment. After struggling with my own dog, I dedicated my life to better understanding our dogs and how we can live with them in a way that recognizes their natural way of being.
Today, I equip owners with the knowledge and tools needed to overcome behavioral issues and live a more healthy, balanced life with their dogs. My goal is to be the resource I wish I had when I first became a dog owner.
Welcome to the pack!
Are you ready for the transformation?
Whether you’re local or live halfway around the world, virtual sessions are perfect for owners willing to put in the work with their dogs but just need a bit of professional guidance. During this 1 hour virtual call, we’ll guide you through the steps to take to transform your dog at home. These sessions are perfect for first time dog owners, puppy owners, and owners struggling with behavioral issues like pulling on leash, reactivity, fearfulness, and so much more.
Our in-home One on One sessions are designed to evaluate your dog and teach you the hands on skills necessary to practice the training on your own. This 1 hour session is for owners local to Central Florida and comes with a customized training plan.
Our 2 week Board and Train program is designed for puppies and adult dogs 3 months and up with mild behavioral issues. This program focuses on crate training, on leash obedience, and state-of-mind work. Our Board and Train program takes place in the trainers home and is designed to prepare your pup or adult dog to live calmly and confidently back at home and wherever you may take them.
Our 3 week Ecollar Board and Train program is designed for adult dogs 6 months and up with mild to severe behavioral issues. This behavioral modification program addresses the dog’s state of mind - which is often the root cause of many behavioral issues we see. Our Board and Train program takes place in the trainers home and is designed to work through problems including pulling on leash, not coming when called, destructive behavior, and reactivity.
In this episode, Meg talks about everything you need to know when it comes to Ecollar training. These tools can be a great addition to your dog training toolbelt but do require a little know-how. Meg walks you through how to safely get started using these tools on your own to bring out the best in your dog.
Building relationships that last.
So, I don’t have a dog and live in LA. Originally I started watching her videos for the dog content (because of course). Then I started watching her videos like it was my morning newspaper. Some good friends of mine adopted a rescue pit bull mix who was a year old at the time. They were having trouble getting her to calm down, not choke herself trying to get out the crate, not drag her moms during their walks - the works. I started paying even closer attention to Meghan’s videos. I started watching my friends’ dog more often and started working on various things with her (i.e., walking at heel, practicing a calm mind) and started noticing a little bit of a difference. I told my friends about Meghan’s Instagram account and they started following examples they’ve seen in her videos. Their doggo has made massive improvements!! She still has some work to do, but she isn’t the same dog at all. My point in saying all of this is that even though she’s not working directly with my friends’ dog, she is still having an impact from thousands of miles away. Regardless of whether you have a dog or don’t, and whether you live in Orlando or not, Meghan’s lessons will make a difference with your dog!
Meghan changed my life in ways that I never thought a dog trainer could. When we first met, I had no idea how to manage my Aussie rescue. I had so much trouble setting boundaries with her, holding myself accountable to training, and providing structure for my dog. When I started working with Meghan, it was like a breath of fresh air. She taught me how to be the leader that Jade needed me to be. Before all of this, I had no idea how much my state of mind was affecting Jade’s behavior. While “training” never really ends, I no longer feel like I’m drowning. I’ve been able to form a routine with my dog that works for us and in the process learned how to improve my own mental health. For that, I am forever indebted to Meg and her teachings.
Meghan is the best thing to happen to us and our dogs. She is worth every penny. We have two lovable rescues with problematic behaviors—dominance (which leads to fights, pulling on walks, and overall disobedience), and terrible anxiety. We had a different dog trainer in the past who used fear tactics in an effort to correct these behaviors, but it unfortunately made them worse. She comes to our home Monday-Friday and works with them on breaking these bad behaviors, and she also explains the WHY behind everything so that we as owners can break our bad behaviors too. We’re about 3 weeks in and my dogs are walking perfectly at heel, listening to me, and not charging the door. They are so excited to see her every morning that they are sitting at the door waiting for her to get here. I am so grateful.
Meghan is AMAZING! She came to our house to help us with training our puppy and we are blown away with what a difference it's already made. She is so knowledgeable about dogs and how their brains work, she is great at breaking down her techniques in a way that someone can quickly learn, and she was so caring and sweet with our dog while still holding him to high expectations during training. I would 100% recommend her!
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