• Welcome To <span>Dog Gone Problems</span>

    Welcome To Dog Gone Problems

  • Tips to Stop a Dog From Acting Protectively Aggressive to House Guests

    Recent Training Session

    For this Omaha dog training session we shared tips to help 6 year-old Boxer mix Koda stop acting protectively aggressive when people visit his home. I studied Koda pretty closely through the glass...

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    Read Our Dog Behavior Column

    We write a Dog Behavior Column for the Omaha World Herald and a few other publications that runs every Wednesday, answering all kinds of reader questions about dog behavior. If you would like to submit your own question, email it with a photo of your dog(s) to momaha@owh.com Read the Latest Article

About Dog Gone Problems

Welcome to Dog Gone Problems. We are a team of Dog Behaviorists and Dog and Puppy trainers who exclusively use positive reinforcement (+R) and Force Free (FF) methods when we teach or train dogs. We do not use shock collars, choke chains, pinch or prong collars as these tools cause pain and are unnecessary to train a dog.

We started out exclusively working as dog behaviorists who specialized in coming up with custom solutions to stop unwanted dog behavior problems. But due to overwhelming demand we have now expanded to also offer in home dog training and Omaha’s best puppy socialization classes.

For for 99% of our dog behavior clients, we only need one session to put a stop to your unwanted dog behavior problems (after rehabilitating thousands of dogs, we’ve only needed more than one session for less than 1% of our clients). We are able to achieve such quick and long lasting results because we show you all the things you may be doing that may confuse your dog or contribute to the problem, as well as how to fix it.
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Areas Served

Los Angeles, CA

Areas Served: Santa Monica, Mar Vista, Venice, Culver City, Hancock Park, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Pacific Palisades, Larchmont, Mid Wilshire, Cheviot Hills, Bel Air, Beverly Glen, Malibu, Huntington Park are just a few of the locations we serve in Los Angeles.

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Omaha, NE

Areas Served: Omaha, Benson, Millard, Elkhorn, Papillion, Bellevue, Gretna, Blair, Council Bluffs are just a few of the locations we serve in Omaha area.

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Recent Posts

Tips to Stop a Dog From Acting Protectively Aggressive to House Guests
For this Omaha dog training session we shared tips to help 6 year-old Boxer mix Koda stop acting protectively aggressive when people visit his home. I studied Koda pretty closely through the glass door to the home when I arrived for the session. He showed a very light bit of...
Tips to Help a Formerly Abused Dog Stop Acting Aggressive Towards Men
For this Omaha dog training session we worked with 4 year-old Pit Bull Bella, helping her stop acting aggressive to men. Because Bella also has some dog aggression, she was kept away from Kai, the family's 3 year-old Rottweiler. I asked for Bella to be loose when I arrived...
Tips to Get a Dog to Come Inside When it Doesn’t Want to
For this Omaha dog training session we helped 1 year-old German Shepherd Eny (Pictured here on the right with her roomies Black Lab Sully and GSD Hogan) who doesn't always come inside when called. Evy was rescued from a bad situation, but at a time that the guardians were not ...
Teaching a Poochon to Stay to Stop its Separation Anxiety
For this Omaha dog training session we shared tips to help 15 month-old Poochon Hazy get over her separation anxiety when left home alone. I started the session off by showing the guardians a technique to stop dogs from jumping up on people. The guardians should practice this ...
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