Lee Hettiger is the owner/operator and a canine behaviourist at CENTENARY DOG OBEDIENCE.
Lee has been involved in the dog industry for the past 30 years. Armed with a wealth of knowledge and understanding, Lee has the experience and expertise to give professional detailed guidance, when it comes to canine behaviour modification.
As a skilled dog trainer and canine behaviourist, Lee recognises how and why a dog is acting badly and will offer constructive advice.
Whatever the problem, there is generally a root cause for the dog behaving badly.
Areas a canine behaviourist covers:
- Managing the dogs environment
- Understanding canine hierarchy
- Engaging positively with daily training sessions on basic obedience skills
- Effective training equipment
- Problem solving canine behaviours
If you're doing one-on-one home training and assesment, Lee will have the opportunity to observe your dog in his own environment.
If you're in one of our group obedience classes, there are many benefits, especially when aggression is involved.
Lee will give you a complete evaluation of your dog, taking into consideration the information you have provided via our ‘Behaviour Modification Dog Profile’ sheet.
Support and feedback will be available throughout the transformation of your reactive rover, into a canine companion, with the commitment and knowledgeable values Lee brings to canine behaviour modification.