Help your dog become family
Your go-to trainer for enlightened dog lovers
Kang Nee, PhD; Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA); Canine Life & Social Skills Evaluator; Low Stress Handling Certified Silver; Board Member (The Professional Animal Care Certification Council)
Nee is one of Piko’s favourite people in the world – her patience, kindness and very natural affinity with dogs won him over from day one! Piko was a wonderful, unexpected addition to our family and being dog owners before, we thought we could handle the adoption of an adult dog into our family very easily. It took some time for Piko and ourselves to adjust to each other but it would not have been possible without Nee’s help and guidance. Piko continues to be part of Nee’s dynamic classes with other dogs, and just as other dogs and their guardians helped Piko, now, we too, can pay that forward and help other dogs. We are so grateful for Nee’s help and would highly recommend her to all dog guardians out there seeking to learn more from, and with, their dogs in safe and enjoyable ways.~ Lauren & Piko
Non-Chan is the first dog in our family and we enlisted Nee’s help to train him. She has passion and a natural rapport with dogs, and just as importantly, with us humans. Like a good teacher, she was gentle, loving and patient to both beast and man. She was very knowledgeable and clarified many questions as we tried to figure out the facts and fiction of dog behaviour, nutrition and training. We have developed a close bond with Non-Chan and can recognize his different emotional expressions over time – something we did not realize dogs had.~ Chin Kong, Minako, Ming Ming & Non-Chan
Sugar, who was 9 years-old in 2011, had never lived in a city as densely populated as Singapore, nor had she ever lived in an apartment. She got scared easily and did not like being around other dogs or people. Thanks to Nee’s wonderful, careful training, Sugar was able to adapt well. Nee used positive reinforcement and well established counter-conditioning techniques to get Sugar to become accustomed to things that seemed strange to her, and introduced other dogs into the training so that Sugar would learn how to better behave around other animals. Nee was amazing in her ability to connect with my dog and understand the concerns of me as the owner as well. In my 3 years here, thanks to Nee’s expert training, we never had a problem with another person or dog during our frequent walks around my housing complex, or at the kennel where Sugar stayed when I was out of town. And when I moved to another country in 2014, Sugar adapted very well into yet another completely different environment. I am very grateful to Nee for her assistance. She made a big difference in the quality of my life during my assignment in Singapore.~ Sue & Sugar
We adopted 2 dogs, Rose and Biscuit, and had completed basic obedience classes with them elsewhere. However, I was left with the feeling that one dog (Rose) may always be dog reactive, and the other (Biscuit), potentially fearful of all people. I felt as wound-up and tight as their leashes were in class. Right from the get-go, I felt Nee understood us and our dogs. She gave us hope and that was just through her first email reply! Since then both dogs have come along by strides. Rose, our dog-reactive canine, has since met dogs with me (right in the picture), under the safe guidance of Nee. We were so pleased for Rose that she could show us that she just had some socialization issues, not aggression. We have always felt nothing but confidence in Nee. She approaches everything with patience, understanding and a scientific background. I have recommended and continue to recommend her to many friends and even strangers I have seen who have been having issues with their dogs.~ Margaret & Rose
- We’ll do our best to help you integrate your dog into your family, if you’re willing to work with us and your dog, using force-free, reward-based, and low stress handling techniques and training. We are a Low Stress Handling Certified Silver provider (certified by Dr Sophia Yin, DVM, MS & CattleDog Publishing, a Veterinary Corporation).
- We continually update our skills and knowledge so that we stay current with the best practices that can help you and your dog. This includes meeting the requirements for continued certifications as mandated by the certifying organisations, such as The Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT), The Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT) and The Pet Professional Guild.
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