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Fine-tuned Canines, LLC
4131 6th AVE SE Naples, FL 34117 US
FINE-TUNED CANINES, LLC - Naples Florida and Fort Myers Florida dog training & dog psychology
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FINE-TUNED CANINES: Naples Florida Dog Training and Canine Behavior/Dog Psychology Counseling Services - serving Collier County (Naples, Marco Island, Sanibel Island, Florida) and Lee County (Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Lehigh Acres, Estero, Bonita Springs, Florida) Naples Florida professional dog trainer and dog behaviorist, Collier County dog trainer and dog behaviorist
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Lexi Hayden is a proud Professional member of the International Association of Canine Professionals (IACP)

IACP is the only organization for canine professionals recommended by Cesar Millan, the Dog Whisperer.

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Benefits of training your dog


There are a lot of benefits of training a dog. Small or big, young or approaching the golden age, working dog or just a pet and companion - they all benefit from physical and mental stimulation that training brings.


Obedience is the mother of success and is wedded to safety. ~ Aeschylus


Training a dog:

  • insures that the dog will remain safe in potentially hazardous situations
  • assists in fostering clear communication between canine and human
  • provides physical and mental stimulation for both human and dog
  • provides needed socialization
  • provides the dog with entertainment and helps in preventing boredom; boredom often leads to frustration which in turn can engender aggression
  • facilitates the bonding process between human and dog
  • helps the dog to develop self-control
  • helps to teach the dog to focus and listen to the owner even in the midst of distractions
  • helps the dog to become more trustworthy allowing him/her to enjoy more freedom and to experience the world in a safer and more pleasurable manner


Iron rusts from disuse; stagnant water loses its purity and in cold weather becomes frozen; even so does inaction sap the vigor of the mind. ~ Leonardo da Vinci

We subscribe to the Canine Bill of Rights


Canine Bill of Rights

  • Dogs have a right to a rich, stimulating environment
  • Dogs have a right to time and attention from a caring owner
  • Dogs have a right to effective training procedures; if behavior problems are to be addressed, a competent person must be involved
  • Dogs have a right to ongoing veterinary care and a comprehensive assessment (functional analysis and behavioral diagnostics) for behavioral problems
  • Dogs have a right to an ongoing education and the chance to learn new skills


From: How Dogs Learn by Mary R Burch, PhD and Jon S Bailey, PhD