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Positive Training Methods :: Behavior Problem Solutions

Bad Dogs Gone Good offers behavior problem solutions for dogs and owners,
using modern and humane training methods

in Stratford, St. Mary’s and London.

Our Specialties

Sarah Dykes, Dip DTBC, CDBC has over 10 years of experience working with dogs and their behavioral needs in a variety of environments, including shelters and veterinary clinics. Sarah’s coaching background allows her effectively assist dog owners in helping their dogs overcome behavior challenges.


Dog Training Services-Stratford, St. Mary's, London

Reactive Dog Classes

A.K.A. The Breakfast Club Innovative, Supportive and Fun! A low stress way for owners and dogs to change reactivity and aggression to dogs and people. The Breakfast Club is individualized training in a group environment. All breeds welcome!


Dog Training Services-Stratford, St. Mary's, London

New Dog & Puppy  Privates

Having a new dog in your life can be overwhelming! Sarah can help you and your newly adopted dog or new puppy settle in to your relationship with three 1 hour training sessions, using clear communication and reward based training methods.



Behavior Consultations

Sarah Dykes is experienced in human aggression, owner directed aggression, dog/dog issues and separation anxiety. Get one-on-one help. She has performed hundred's of assessments on behalf of municipalities, shelters, animal control facilities, private rescues and private owners.


Sarah’s down-to-earth positive training methods have immensely increased Mr. Beefcake’s confidence level and reduced his fear of “the world”.† Her customized training plans and her professional, respectful treatment of both the dog and the handler enables her classes to be fun and successful at the same time! With her help, there is no doubt in my mind that Mr. Beefcake will achieve his CGN. Arlene & Beef

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