Why choose us? What sets us apart from the rest? Why bring your beloved family member to Training Loyal Companions Academy? What makes us different?
I look at every dog I meet, as if it were my dog. With my canine education and knowledge, if this dog was placed in my hands today - what could I do to make things easier and create happiness for this dog? What can I do to decrease this dogs over arousal levels, high stress levels and anxiety levels? What can I do to create harmony in the home? What can I do to create RELIEF for this family?
When working with any dog, we need to OBSERVE your dogs behaviors, IDENTIFY the behavior concerns, understand what your dog is COMMUNICATING to you and build a PLAN on how we can create a feeling of RELIEF for your dog. Take the time to prioritize you dog training GOALS. The SMALLER the STEPS, the greater the SUCCESS.
RELIEF doesn’t happen over night. It takes time, commitment, patience and above all - COMPASSION.
Dog behavior training is best compared to a personal training program, a therapy program or a first session doctor’s appointment. It’s a journey and a process, we learn as we go and adjust when needed.
I am a huge vocabulary trainer, meaning if we set the right words in our heads, we set the positive mind set. By using words such as CONNECTION seeking, instead of ATTENTION seeking - it completley changes how we visualize our dogs behaviors.
I specialize in puppy training, starting at 8 weeks of age, setting up your home environment for best success, and decreasing and or eliminating behavior problems forming strength into adulthood where it takes much longer and longer commitment to uninstall. Working hard together on understanding communication, socialization and exposure into their new world ahead, being kind and patient, and consistent.
When giving your dog CHOICES we build CONFIDENCE creating the CONNECTION.
Looking forward to meeting you and working together!
Christie Golebiowski - Business Owner and Certified Dog Trainer
Christie Golebiowski started her dog training career in 2004, with one on one in home training.
Christie continued to grow the business with one, group dog training class starting in September 2008. Today Christie offers multiple group dog training classes, ranging from life skills training to specialty training classes on impulse control and brain work.
An additional business expansion with doggie daycare started March 2013 - 2020.
Christie started to offer boarding an boarding with training in August 2014 - 2015.
Christie uses positive reinforcement techniques to train dogs using treats, verbal praise, toys and petting to achieve the desires behaviors we are looking for with our canine friends.
Her training classes are fun and family orientated. She trains dogs based on connection and communication.
Our canine friends have become part of our families, lets teach them the rules of the house and stop punishing them for being dogs. We chose to provide them with a good life. We provide them with shelter, food, companionship and love. In return they provide us with joy, happiness and above all loyalty.
Christie takes pride in her three dogs Amaya 7-year-old Akita, Casper 2-year old Border Collie and Harvest as the newest addition a 7-month old Australian Shepherd.
Oreo is our smallest animal in the house, a 2 year old rescue Guinea Pig. Oreo is a little shy with humans, over time we have gained his trust. Oreo absolvely adores the dogs, you will often find a dog lying next to his cage or engaging nose to nose sniffing together.
Christie has raised four dogs with her spouse and daughter, both have that second nature love for animals. In her spare time she enjoy running and has completed multiple Half Marathons and 5K events ranging from the Manitoba Half Marathon, to the Rock and Roll Marathon in Las Vegas Nevada.
You will find her in the summer months planting Lily flowers, enjoying gardening plucking carrots and eating strawberries from our strawberry patch. Christie enjoys photography with sun dogs, sun sets and sun rises on the Prairie Sky and enjoys spending time in any walking hiking trail.
Christie has many years of experience with dogs including: