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Calling All Dogs

Located in Batavia, NY, Tori Ganino, B.S., CDBC, CPDT-KA specializes in helping frustrated owners whose dogs bark, lunge and cower to gain control over the chaos.  Using science-based force-free training, I to help owners transform their exuberant dogs into well-mannered companions.

What We Do

Featured Services

Dog Training & Behavior Services

Quality & Reliability

  • Certified Dog Behavior Consultant
  • Trusted by Hundreds of Clients
  • Personalized Training for Reactivity, Fear, and Obedience
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Customer Reviews

What Clients Say

“Tori is so knowledgeable and incredibly helpful!! She’s taught us great ways to work with our dogs, breaking down the steps so that they are easy and manageable. Our dogs love her and so do we!”

Brian, Pippin, and Julie

Brian, Pippin, and Julie

regular customer

“Tori is amazing! I have 3 dogs and she has done wonders for ALL of them! One attended the beginner group class while the other two participated in an at home lesson.”

Sara, Lucy, Scout, and Gemma

Sara, Lucy, Scout, and Gemma

regular customer

“Our puppy has graduated beginner and intermediate class. Tori is a great trainer and was a pleasure to work with.”

Bess and Abbie

Bess and Abbie

regular customer
Latest Posts

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To Tug or Not to Tug?
To Tug or Not to Tug?

To Tug or Not to Tug? Whether it is okay to play tug with your dog is one of the most common questions that owners ask me. They have two main concerns based on myths that we are going to dispel. They must always win, or else their dog will not see them as the alpha. The “alpha dog” concept…

Lo que Aprendí al Amar y Perder a un Perro Difícil
Lo que Aprendí al Amar y Perder a un Perro Difícil
Por Tori Ganino Cuando adopté a Cooper, soñaba con todas las cosas entretenidas que aprenderíamos a hacer juntos. Agility y trabajo de terapia eran mis dos metas principales. Cuando se abalanzó sobre un invitado un mes después de su adopción, me di cuenta que estaba sobrepasada y tuve que replantearme nuestras metas. La prioridad se transformó en mantener a Cooper,…
What I Learned From Loving and Losing a Difficult Dog.
What I Learned From Loving and Losing a Difficult Dog.
When I adopted Cooper, I dreamt of all the fun things we would learn to do together. Agility and therapy work were my top two goals. When he lunged at a guest one month after his adoption, I realized I was in over my head, and I had to refocus our goals. The priority became keeping Cooper, guests, and other…