I will treat you and your dog with respect.
I will never blame/shame you or your dog. You came to me because you want to improve your dog’s quality of life. That’s all I need to know.
I will always answer your questions according to my best knowledge (including “I don’t know, I will look this up for you.”).
I will never require you to do something you’re not comfortable with. There is always another way.
Although dog training is a totally unregulated industry and anyone can call themselves a trainer or a behaviorist, I believe that I owe you – my human and canine clients – more.
That’s why I am dedicated to continuous education:
- I am enrolled in a 2 year long animal training program at the Veterinary University in Vienna.
- I am a Certified Fear Free Trainer and a supporting member of the International Association of the Animal Behavior Consultants.
- I regularly read books and travel abroad for seminars, as well as participate in webinars and online courses with a practical component.
I speak English, German, Polish, Czech and Hungarian, feel free to contact me in any of these languages.