• Group or private classes
    Small group classes, with lots of one to one
  • No choke chains, pinch collars or shock collars
    You don't have to hurt your pet to get them to listen to you
  • We learn faster when we are having fun
    and so do our pets.

Pawfect Manners Dog Training

Teaching you to teach your pets

Due to Covid-19, I am considering doing remote training classes. If you are interested, please email me.

Ours is a "hands-off" approach to cat and dog training. Using positive training methods, like clicker training, we will teach you how to teach your pets.

I took a basic obedience class with my first dog in 1996. Dreamer learned how to sit and lay down, but had issues with strangers and other dogs. I wanted to find a way to help her with her fears. Dreamer started me on a new path in life as a dog trainer, and showed me how very dynamic dog behavior can be.

Dogs are affected by everything they come into contact with, just like we are. Sometimes the interaction is good, sometimes it's not; it's those bad experiences that cause many of the problems we see in our pets.

My goal is to help you help your dog learn how to handle those situations and how to behave in a way that is acceptable to the humans around him.

Judy Seils

Serving Northwest Houston, Spring, Tomball, and Cypress