Cherished comments from my clients...
Tasha is an amazing trainer. We have tried several other trainers to help us with our Miniature Schnuazer, Thor. None of them understood him or why he behaved the way he did. He isn't trying to be 'alpha', he's just nervous and excitable.
Tasha understood him immediately and her methods have really helped us. She is always gentle and patient (with dog AND owner :)). I can't recommend her service highly enough. She has really made a difference in the life of my little guy and our whole family.
Tasha really knows her stuff. I learn a whole lot in just one hour and 15 minutes. I look forward to do the idog with my kids.
I found Tasha on Meetups.com for Socialization Rehabilitation for my dog Scooter. He is scared of people and other dogs and Tasha has worked with him for over a month and he's improved greatly! Not only does Tasha work with your dog, she also gives you information on what to do in different circumstances that you will encounter while working with your dog on your own. I would strongly recommend Tasha to anyone seeking a dog trainer. She is great!
Excellent and Professional trainers. We spent one hour on the weekends with Tasha and our new puppy who had never been socialized with other animals. Within a month he showed a vast improvement in his behavior towards other dogs as well as humans. If you want positive results in a relatively short time I would highly recommend Hounds in Harmony.
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT!!!! It was so wonderful!!! My 1 year old Maltese ?Lacey? is so out of control, she barks, bits and charges at people and other dogs she is def and Tasha noticed she has a problem seeing( which I was not aware of, I just thought she was a crazy dog). I had been thinking of giving her up to someone that knew how to deal with her, but Tasha worked with Lacey yesterday and Lacey responded to her without biting, barking or charging at her. Thank you so much Tasha, I have hope now, and I?m not giving her up. You are the only other person she has liked, I started to tear up a bit when I watched you walk with her and work with her. You made my Year!! I can?t wait to see you again next Sunday. Again THANK YOU!!!!!
This group [IDOGS] provides a safe place to bring a leash reactive dog - it can be really uncomfortable trying to train my barking pup in our neighborhood (not all other dog owners are understanding of my reactive rescue pup). After one walk, I left with some good practical tips on how to work with my dog at home. Loved it!
I am so glad I joined Tasha's Meetup group (IDogs) she has helped me so much with my Maltese named Lily who is insecure around any new dogs. Tasha gave me valuable insite and direction with using the (BAT) method Behavior Adjustment training. Tasha's patients, passion for helping, knowledge and insight has been a blessing to me and my precious dog Lily. After a few sessions of working with Tasha. I ended up joining her Hounds in Harmony team. I highly recommend Tasha for any dog training issue or need. She is a cut above the rest.
Tasha at Hounds in Harmony was great! She was able to help my reactive dog Dolce! I've seen many dog shows like Cesar Millan and wasn't convinced punishment based training was the right fit for Dolce. He is a super sensitive pup and I worried about damaging his self esteem. I was thankful that I found Tasha and her positive approach. She worked with me and Dolce allowing for me to bound more with Dolce then ever! I can't say enough, Tasha was a godsend.
Tasha is a wonderful trainer. I have 2 reactive dogs, both reactive to different things. I searched for many months trying to find a positive reinforcement trainer willing to work with reactive dogs. I couldn't find anybody. Then I found Tasha's iDogs group through meetup. What a relief. Tasha had different exercises and approaches for each dog. She is amazingly patient and works great with all sizes/personalities of dogs and their people.
You saved our dog, Pappy, because he would have gotten worse if we had kept doing the same thing.
Pappy went to the kids park today in Mission Viejo and walked Santa Ana through crowds of people. He didn't even care they were there. I spent a good amount of time with him drinking out of the human water fountain and laying on the grass. The kids even walked him today.
After 4 years I learned my dog can walk in a pack. We had fun and will do it again...
Even after one class, Ozzie seems to be more mellow. We made a lot of progress! Look forward to more classes. :)
We had a very positive first-time walk. Everyone was very supportive and positive. Tasha also shared some very helpful tips that we use on our daily walks. Thank you! We look forward to more walks.