Because Your Dog Sucks At Being Human
We believe that your dogs are absolutely perfect as they are. They don’t need tinkering to be the perfect dog. Unfortunately, most dogs are really terrible at being human. To make matters worse, most people make rather unfortunate dogs. So we have two different species trying to achieve cohabitation in a crazy human world, and just not quite getting it right. The object of Darwin Dogs is to teach people how to communicate with their dogs. To do that, you must have a common method of communication.
CRUELTY-FREE DOG TRAINING
No forceful or harsh methods such as shock collars or prong collars. No gimmicks like constant treats or clickers. We are based on communication, not bribery.
SUPPORT AFTER YOUR SESSION
Contact us any time after your session. We are always available to answer any questions you have, no matter how soon or how long after your session.
FREE PACK WALKS
We offer free pack walks in the Bradley Woods Metroparks in Westlake every Sunday from 9-10 a.m. Work on your leash skills, ask a question in person, or just work on socialization with your dog. Check out our Facebook page to reserve your spot.
UPDATE: Ohio Public Advisory Health System indicated Cuyahoga County has a Level 3 Public Emergency, or red, citing “very high exposure and spread.” Cuyahoga County meets four of the five criteria for the Level 4 designation, including: new cases per capita, sustained increase in new cases, high proportion of sustained increase in emergency room visits and sustained increase in outpatient visits. As part of the organized effort to stop the rapid progression of Covid-19, Darwin Dogs will be temporarily pause our pack walks. Information about when they will start up again will be posted on our Facebook page as well on DarwinDogs.org. Thank you for your understanding and support throughout this pandemic. As a small business, Darwin Dogs is dependent upon our local community, and we thank you for all the support shown during these stressful times. We look forward to seeing you again when pack walks start up again.