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Mary Angilly (CTC, CPDT-KA)
I’m committed to modern, force-free, evidence-based training and streamlining the training process for dogs and their families. While I’m fluent in all aspects of dog behavior and training, I specialize in fear, reactivity, and aggression.
Your dog is so much more than their behavior issues. Let's work together to solve problems and improve both you and your dog's life together. I'm here to help you every step of the way!
Get immediate help managing your dog's behavior
Get practical training help and learn achievable skills
Learn more about your dog's behavior
Maximize your dog's improvement with coaching and support
Discounts available for military, first responders, and rescue organizations.
Please inquire when filling out your intake form!
Initial Behavior Consultation
$215 (up to 90 minutes)
During an initial behavior consultation, we will:
Discuss your dog’s behavior and history, as well as your goals for your dog
Implement a management plan to give you and your dog immediate relief
Come up with a detailed training plan to teach your dog new behaviors
Consultations include a written summary of our lesson with email support.
In order to serve you and your dog better, multiple sessions are recommended for optimal success.
Court-ordered consultations and emergency consultations incur a one-time surcharge of $50.
$165 (up to 60 minutes)
During follow-up consultations, we will:
Review progress since our last session
Continue making progress with our training plan
Troubleshoot training obstacles
Address additional issues
$150 (60 Minute Session)
$85 (30 Minute Session)
Day Training is always done in conjunction with an Initial Consultation and follow-up consultations in order to transfer your dog's skill set and to discuss how to best set up your dog for success with you.
During a day training session, I will:
Take the training on for you and install new behaviors in your dog quickly and efficiently
Work with your dog in your home or anywhere else you’d like to see behavior change
Tire your dog out and give him or her a bathroom break if you are away