Behavior and Training

Many pet owners experience behavioral issues that may create challenging and sometimes frustrating problems. Behavioral issues may lead a pet owner to consider rehoming their pet. This page is meant to provide you with information from trusted resources to educate and resolve some common issues.

If you are having behavioral issues with your newly adopted pet, please get in touch with the certified trainers in our Behavior Department via our contact us form.

Read our statement about using positive reinforcement training instead of correction-based methods.

Pet Harmony Animal Behavior and Training
In-person and video consultations available
petharmonytraining.com
Email: info@petharmonytraining.com

Pets Decoded LLC
Serving: Salt Lake, Park City and Utah Valley
petsdecoded.com
(385) 202-0087
Email: petsdecoded@gmail.com

Side By Side Dog Training
sidebysidedogtraining.com
(801) 643-6272

Skye’s Dog Training
Services include service dog and emotional support dog training
skyesdogtraining.com
801-885-3922
Email: info@skyesdogtraining.com

Art Of Behavior
Specializing in puppy raising, leash reactivity, happy vet visits, and harmonious living for dogs, pigs, and cats.
artofbehavior.dog
(406) 381-0178
Email: Kylie@ArtOfBehavior.Dog

Three Little Pits
threelittlepits.com
(435) 640-3143
Email: K9luvr25@yahoo.com

A Dog’s Journey
Serving North Salt Lake, Davis County, Weber County, Video Consultations available  
adogsjourney.com 
Email: astrid66us@yahoo.com
760-271-0028

Shake On It Dog Training
Serving: Salt Lake County, Utah County, Tooele County, Davis and Weber County
shakeonitdogtraining.com
Facebook @shakeonitdogtraining

The inclusion of a service, organization or program in this listing is not an endorsement or recommendation. We are not able to guarantee the quality of these services and strongly suggest that you check them out yourself before using a specific service.  

enrichment infographic

For more information on how enrichment can help your pet, join the Facebook Group “Canine Enrichment” or “Feline Enrichment“, or read Canine Enrichment for the Real World

To view our free library of information to assist pets and their people, please visit our resources page.

For further assistance, please email our behavior department. 

Additional Resources

Visit the following websites for information on behavior issues, basic care, and training for your pet:

Fear Free Happy Homes
FearFreeHappyHomes.com

Oregon Humane
OregonHumane.org

Fundamentally Feline
FundamentallyFeline.com

Dr. Patricia McConnell
PatriciaMcconnell.com

GoodPup
Goodpup.com

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