Private Puppy Training Program

Puppy Training Program

This Puppy Training Program is designed to get your puppy started off on the right paw.

Dog Obedience Training Program

Obedience Training

Our custom obedience dog training program is designed to jumpstart your dog’s obedience skills for you.

Dog Behavior Modification Program

Dog Behavior Modification

Our behavior modification program is 100% customized to your family’s needs.

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Meet the trainer and discuss your training goals before you commit to a training plan, class, or program.

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Certified Dog Trainer in WNY

Certified Dog Trainer in WNY

I am a professional dog trainer serving Western New York. I help dog owners get back on track by using positive reinforcement dog training techniques that will improve the behavior of any dog. We set goals based on your needs

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What Others Have To Say

“Most pet owners want to have happy, kind relationships with their well-behaved animals. There’s no better place to help with this than All Positive Dog Training LLC. Ines has a gift for teaching in a clear, positive, and people-friendly way that improves animal behavior while strengthening the relationship you share.”

Risë VanFleet, PhD, CDBC Author, The Human Half of Dog Training

“Ines has worked miracles with my pets. Most notably, she trained both my dog and I how to stop the open door escapes. I now feel that my dog is much safer and I have learned a new confidence in myself!”

Karen H. Dog Owner

How To Choose a Dog Trainer

Choosing the right dog trainer for your dog and your family is crucial for establishing good behavior and a fulfilling relationship with your dog for years to come. The dog training industry is unregulated so you have to be careful about who you turn to for training advice. Here are a few qualities you should look for in your future dog trainer:

Do they continuously attend seminars/webinars/continuing education? Just like in any industry, the best professionals keep their skills and knowledge sharp.

Have they received a certification? A certification is a good minimum qualification to look for in your dog trainer. The CCPDT is the only independent certifying organization that tests certificants on methodology, skills, knowledge, and ethics.

Do they encourage you to teach your dog what to do instead of what not to do? Dogs don’t know any better, if they did, they’d behave differently. Often, dogs have never been taught what they should do in the first place so a trainer should work on teaching the dog new foundation behaviors first.

Are they familiar with “Least Intrusive, Minimally Aversive” principles? Do they aim to use the least forceful or punitive methods first and foremost? “Positive reinforcement should be the first line of teaching, training and behavior change program considered, and should be applied consistently. Positive reinforcement is associated with the lowest incidence of aggression, attention-seeking, and avoidance/fear in learners.” (


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certified professional dog trainer - knowledge assessed

We teach people and train dogs using proven, positive, reward-based methods that everyone in your home can learn to use. This approach to training creates a more cooperative dog while improving your relationship.

Ines McNeil is a certified professional dog trainer – knowledge assessed (CPDT-KA) by the Certification Council of Professional Dog Trainers. The Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT) is the leading independent testing and certification resource for dog training and behavior professionals. They set the global standard for the development of rigorous exams to demonstrate mastery of humane, science-based dog training practices.

Our science-based positive dog training methods use operant and classical conditioning. This science-based approach is used around the world to train all kinds of animals because they are proven to work. They will work for your dog, too!

Positive dog training will:

  • – Teach your dog to listen to you
  • – Motivate your dog to change his behavior voluntarily (without physical force or intimidation)
  • – Build your bond with your dog – not damage it
  • – Fit into your current lifestyle to reduce stress on you and your dog(s)
  • – Create life-long changes in their behaviors
  • – Create a better relationship between the two of you
  • – Help you’ll regain some tranquility in your life