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Southold Town Recreation Center

970 Peconic Lane, Peconic NY

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Long Island dog trainer Asha Gallacher will show you how you and your dog can communicate through positive methods of reward based dog training.

Asha and her dogs:

Caru and Sophie

"She uses a common sense approach to training by teaching owners how to read their dog’s body language.  By using positive reinforcement techniques like praise and rewards, rather than harsh punishments, you'll get the most cooperation from your dog through love and respect."

-Max

"I have been in Asha's training classes at the Peconic center and also had private sessions with her. Asha is extremely knowledgeable and understands how to show different  training techniques.  She is patient and kind.  I have learned from her and made the necessary adjustments to be a better behaved dog.  She gives plenty of handouts and ideas to help with specific issues.  She is an exceptional person/dog trainer."

-Max and Molly

I have been in Asha's training classes at the Peconic center and also had private sessions with her. Asha is extremely knowledgeable and understands how to show different  training techniques.  She is patient and kind.  I have learned from her and made the necessary adjustments to be a better behaved dog.  She gives plenty of handouts and ideas to help with specific issues.  She is an exceptional person/dog trainer.  ​

"Asha provides your dog with the most humane, up-to-date and effective dog training methods. She has delighted in attending workshops with some of the top trainers from around the world, including Ian Dunbar, Sue Sternberg, Nicole Wilde, Grisha Stewart, Suzanne Clothier, Pia Silvani, John Rogerson and Terry Ryan."

-Leo

"Got a new puppy or rescue dog and a bit overwhelmed?  Let North Fork School for Dogs help you by giving you a consultation to set you up for a successful relationship with your new friend.  Your dog training experience will give you a greater understanding and appreciation for just how special your dog truly is."

-Gumby