Gateway Dog Training® offers Force-Free, One-on-One training in Dripping Springs, TX. Follow Us!
Greg is taking a sabbatical from in-home training.
For now, he will ONLY be taking cases referred from Sunset Canyon Veterinary Clinic and Dr. Edquist at West Side Veterinary Clinic, and only for the following issues: Separation Anxiety and On-leash Reactivity. These sessions will be done on Gateway Dog Training’s property here in Dripping Springs.
If you believe your dog is experiencing one of the above issues, please make an appointment with one of the fine doctors at one of these clinics and they will then contact me. Sunset Canyon Veterinary Clinic: (512) 894-0266; West Side Veterinary Clinic: (512) 858-2333
We don’t take any dog-human aggression cases due to liability issues. There are trainers who enjoy doing these cases and don’t mind taking on the risks. Please feel free to call us at (512) 894-3047 and we can refer you to some awesome trainers.
We Specialize In...
...working with dogs of all breeds, genders and ages
...puppy headstart (training for owners too!)
...dog-friendly, positive reinforcement methods
...keeping it simple and having fun
...teaching you why dogs behave the way they do
...working with children
...working with dogs adopted from rescue organizations
**We provide a referral for Dog-Human Agression
...having a dog that comes when called... no matter what
...having a dog that waits at doorways and curbs
...having a dog that sits politely when guests arrive
...having a dog that knows its name and listens to you
...having a dog that tolerates vet exams and grooming
...having a dog that greets strangers in a calm manner
...having a dog that obeys without resorting to force
...having a dog that walks nicely on leash
...are happier, healthier, and safer
...bond with you and are closer to you
...are welcome in dog-friendly public places
...are less likely to develop bad habits detrimental to their health, like chasing cars or biting people
...are less likely to get into trouble for digging, biting, barking, or jumping up
...are more confident and can safely be allowed a greater amount of freedom
...are a pleasure to be around for people and other dogs alike
...have a good relationship with you which makes living together more enjoyable