Create An Awesome Relationship With Your Dog
End any annoying or dangerous behavior
Restore the fun with your dog
- you love to take your dogs to public places,
- you love for your dog to play with other companions,
- you invite a lot of friends and family members to your home,
- and you want to be the best dog guardian you can be.
But sometimes your dog doesn’t seem to cooperate with your plans. Instead, (s)he drives you crazy and you get frustrated because of:
- excessive barking when visitors come to the house or when they walk on the street
- nipping family members or guests
- aggressive behavior towards other dogs or people
- destructive behavior such as chewing up furniture, peeing in the home or jumping the fence.
Almost weekly interactive training on Wednesdays at 12 pm EDT on Zoom. These are 50-minute online training conversations to transform your leadership with your dog AND in your life.
To see the lineup of topics, dates, further information and registration, visit IrisGrimm.com/unleash.
As of right now, these training sessions are free but that may change soon. So check it out before you have to pay.
My name is Iris Grimm and for more than 20 years I’ve coached hundreds of dog owners. I’ve trained dozens of dogs, and I have raised thousands of dollars for rescue groups by providing educational workshops to dog owners. I truly found my passion by combining life and leadership coaching, dog training, animal communication, and health consulting into a business that has helped many dog owners and their dogs.
I am committed to helping dog owners and their dogs live their best life together. That is what most of my clients want. But sometimes life happens, and instead of happiness and laughter, there is frustration, sadness, and hardship.
- Dogs are dogs, and they can get into trouble when they don’t receive clear and consistent leadership.
- Humans treat dogs like humans; that is how many dog owners set their dogs up for failure.
- Humans carry a lot of emotional and mental baggage. Dogs go by energy and therefore they can easily be impacted by our “stuff.”
- Some dogs come from traumatic situations that require a flexible leadership, patience, and understanding.
That’s why I created a variety of programs. Some times, a dog owner just needs to learn a better skill to handle the dog effectively, and the dog’s behavior will shift. Other times, the human benefit from leadership and life coaching to make healthy improvements in their lifestyle.
As a certified life and leadership coach, having worked with people for the last 21 years, I know how to support clients in cultivating greater self-awareness, making new and more refined distinctions, and building new behavioral competence. I am also trained as an animal communicator who gets in touch with the dogs to hear their side of the story and their concerns. Add to that my experience of training dogs for more than 20 years and my passion for healthy living and natural care taking, I have the right mix to support the humans and the dogs in their loving relationship.
I loved how you used your ‘actors’ to show how the techniques worked for them and was especially pleased with the technique for letting the dog train itself. That was wonderful: I could see the mental cogs turning!
I talked about this with my friends in my networking group this morning, and they were even intrigued.