We get asked all the time “What is Allay and how does it relate to our style of dog training” First let’s look at the definition of ALLAY
Allay [uh–ley] verb
1. Allay, moderate, soothe, mean to reduce excitement or emotion. To allay is to lay to rest or lull to a sense of security, possibly by making the emotion seem unjustified: to allay suspicion, anxiety, fear, and anger. To moderate is to tone down any excess and thus to restore calm.
Sounds good right! YES. And that is exactly what we do. We teach anxious, nervous and hyper dogs how to calm themselves. Lets us teach you how to help your dog feel safe so together we can remove the unnecessary fear, anger, anxiety and restore them to the calm & content dog you have always wanted.