Dog Training 3rd Party Expert Dog Training with Isaac Terrell
Isy’s Ways Dog Training
Northern Virginia Dog Trainer and Animal Behaviorist
Helping parents transform the dog they have, into the dog they’ve always wanted.
Healthy Hound refers all dog training to a 3rd party, Isys’s Ways. We highly recommend Isaac and his team for all of your dog training needs. Please contact Isaac directly for all inquiries. Healthy Hound does not participate in, nor profit from dog training.
Isaac Terrell provides customized Dog Training to all Northern Virginia cities including Reston, Ashburn, Sterling, Chantilly, Centreville, Dulles, Great Falls, and Herndon. Isaac is now offering his services to Southern Maryland customers as well!
Services include: On-leash walking, off-leash obedience, potty training, advanced obedience commands, behavior modification, and workout lessons.
As a respected Northern Virginia Dog Trainer and Animal Behaviorist with over ten years of experience, Isaac Terrell can work with you on how to effectively correct and ultimately remove your dog’s undesired behavior. Common issues that Isaac helps his clients with include generalized aggression, leash/toy/resource aggression, unwanted jumping, obsessive-compulsive behaviors, fear of bikes/cars/children, and excessive barking.
Isaac’s goal as a trainer is to identify and educate dog owners on the root cause of undesired behaviors and provide the proper training techniques to practice at home in order to alleviate them. If your dog’s behavior is isolated to certain circumstances or conditions only present at home, Isaac is happy to offer home visits.
For more intense and deeply rooted behavior modifications, parents may wish to have their dog enroll in a 'board & train' with Isaac. As a part of Isaac's pack, they will have the benefit of learning and practicing new behaviors 24/7, as well as receiving structured socialization in a small pack setting. Isaac works closely with parents post boarding in one-on-one sessions to reinforce newly learned behaviors upon Fido’s return home.