About Dog Gone Problems

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Welcome to Dog Gone Problems. We are a team of Dog Trainers, Dog Behavior Consultants and Puppy Class Instructors who exclusively use positive reinforcement (+R) and Force Free (FF) methods when we help, teach or train puppies and dogs. In addition to working with behavior issues like dog dog aggression, fear and anxiety, we also offer Omaha’s best puppy training classes.

After working with nearly 10,000 dogs, we have developed dog training and rehabilitation programs that are fun, easy to do and most of all, effective.

We get our clients amazing results because our ultimate goal is to train you up so well on the techniques and exercises that your dog needs that you can replace us. Most of our clients only need a couple of sessions to get the results they are looking for.

We can train your dog for you or assist you in training it yourself. Our most popular training requests are loose leash walking, teaching a dog to stay on the dog bed when the doorbell rings, stop dog aggression and helping fearful dogs. But if it can be done, we can teach or train your dog to do it.

After your session, we will follow up with you by phone or email to make sure you are getting the results you want. After the session we remain available for you to call or email with any questions you may have.

You can find out what clients like you are saying about us check out the hundreds of 5 star reviews on Google or our facebook page or the highlights on our website’s Testimonial link. Our clients always tell us we are the best dog trainer they have ever seen.

If you are tired of rearranging your life because of your dog’s problems, we can help you. Click here for help with dog training. Use this link if you need some behavior help or you can use this link to get information or sign up for our puppy training classes. Our Booking Coordinator will give you a call to answer all your questions and discuss how we can help you with your dog or puppy.

You can have a calm, relaxed and well behaved dog today.

Remember, everything you do trains your dog. Only sometimes you mean it.


  • Connie
    says: August 10, 2015 at 9:29 PM

    I attended your workshop at Mulhall’s this past Saturday. I am happy to report the improvement in some unwanted behaviors after only a few days! My dog seems more eager and focused. He is better on walks and when I answer the door. Your techniques help me to communicate more clearly with him. Thank you!

  • says: August 11, 2015 at 1:31 AM

    So glad to hear that. Keep it up and it will get better. Just like anything else, practice makes perfect.

  • Marian DOOLEY
    says: October 14, 2015 at 11:01 PM

    I met David on a flight and hope i can get dog owners to take advantage of your services. Great web site.

  • says: February 23, 2016 at 6:11 AM

    WE NEED YOUR HELP! HI I work at an animal shelter in Blair Nebraska and recently we took in a 2 year old Lab/Mastiff mix that has very little social skills, knows very little human contact and has no clue what a command is. All he knows is living in a 10’x10′ kennel that was never cleaned and his dog house had a small heat lamp and it sat in 18 inches of feces. One problem is that he is SO STRONG with a mind of his own. PLEASE COME AND HELP US TRAIN HIM OR TRAIN US AT THE SHELTER TO BE BETTER EQUIPPED. He needs help from a professional. Blair Animal Shelter, 147 S 4th Street, Blair, NE 68008
    Robin Zanotto, Krystal Hilscher and Taryn Bruer

  • says: October 20, 2021 at 6:08 PM

    We would have loved to help but didnt see this comment until now. We sent an email with our contact information so you can reach out to us directly for an immeduiate response in the future.