Dog training and Pet Behavior Experts

Puppy Head Start Training

Puppy and Owner bonding

Set your new puppy up for success!

Feeling a bit overwhelmed by your new puppy? Is this your first time raising a puppy or has it been years since you raised a puppy?


Your puppy’s critical socialization period ends around age 16 weeks. Our behavior consultants will get your puppy off on the right paw with our Puppy Head Start Training!


Have a puppy who is already more than 16 weeks old, or new teen or adult dog?  Our Problem Prevention Service can help you avoid problems even if your dog may not have had the perfect start in puppyhood.  


Our Puppy Head Start Training includes one month of email support to help with issues as your puppy matures!  Consultations are performed in your home or virtually and will help you with issues such as:


  • Socialization, what does this really mean, and how and when should I do it?
  • Teaching puppies not to bite
  • House training
  • Crate training
  • Body handling
  • Alone training
  • Finding the best puppy kindergarten and play groups





Prevent bad behavior before it starts!

Prevent bad behavior before it starts!

So many of the dog behavior problems we see such as anxiety, fear, and aggression could have been avoided if only people had known what to do for their puppies in the beginning. Contact us today to help ensure that your puppy becomes the canine good citizen of your dreams!



Companion Animal Solutions is where you are in the Pacific Northwest

Bringing you the best Dog training and Pet Behavior Experts help from Bellingham to Olympia including Seattle, Tacoma, Kirkland, Bellevue and Redmond.

What Our Clients Say

I am quite proud to say that we have made some substantial progress in the house training. All improvement is thanks to you and your clear instructions. You are the very best teacher. Thank you so much.
- M.L. - Seattle  

I was a bit out of my comfort zone when I adopted my first large breed, high energy puppy! Actually, that's an understatement. It was more a "what have I done!" kind of thing. Addressing her biting, chewing and jumping behaviors was a lot different and more urgent than with the small dogs I was used to. I wanted to be sure I was addressing all of my puppy's needs in a proper and positive way. Peggy came to my home, evaluated my setting and my puppy, and left me with the knowledge, resources and confidence I needed to raise a beautifully trained dog!
- K.K. - Redmond