That’s right – your computer! Let’s face it, most cats don’t come out for strangers. Having someone in the house defeats the purpose of working with separation anxiety. Dogs who struggle around strange people can get right to training rather than spending time you paid for getting them used to the trainer in the room. And… well, lots of other things can simply be worked on via the internet or telephone.
But if you still want to see us in person, we’re happy to help! Some issues are better resolved hands-on, and we’ll let you know when that’s the best option for you. Clients frequently travel to our class location in Randallstown, MD, and with one of the widest service areas in the region, we take the show on the road to locations within approximately 25 miles of Randallstown, including areas of Alesia, Alto Vista, Annapolis Rock, Arbutus, Armacost, Ashton-Sandy Spring, Baldwin, Beltsville, Bentley Springs, Boring, Bowleys, Brookeville, Brooklandville, Brooklyn Park, Calverton, Carney, Carrollton, Catonsville, Chase, Clarksville, Cloverly, Cockeysville, Colesville, Damascus, Dayton, Dundalk, Edgemere, Eldersburg, Elkridge, Ellicott City, Essex, Fairland, Fallston, Ferndale, Finksburg, Fork, Freeland, Ft. Meade, Fulton, Gamber, Gambrills, Garrison, Glen Arm, Glen Burnie, Glenelg, Glenwood, Granite, Greenmount, Guilford, Halethorpe, Hampstead, Hanover, Hereford, Highland, Hydes, Jacksonville, Jacobsville, Jarrettsville, Jessup, Joppa, Kingsville, Laurel, Laytonsville, Linthicum Heights, Lisbon, Lochearn, Lutherville-Timmonium, Manchester, Marriottsville, Mexico, Middle River, Millers, Millersville, Monkton, Mt. Airy, Nottingham, Odenton, Olney, Owings Mills, Parkton, Pasadena, Patapsco, Perry Hall, Phoenix, Pleasant Hills, Randallstown, Reisterstown, Rosedale (depending on specifics, there may be a travel fee involved)