Please give BIG CHUCK MCBRIDE a call (248 974 3031); he only discusses cases via the phone. CHUCK needs to hear/observe, read energy, and ask questions.
Having said that: in state MI $400.00 - $600.00 dollars; out-of-state cases run between $1,500.00 to $2,500.00 dollars for the session plus round-trip travel (average cost is about $150.00 to $300.00 dollars), pick up from airport and drop-off at airport after the session.
Guarantee: If Dog Whisperer BIG CHUCK MCBRIDE doesn't fix the issue(s) in one session - you do not pay. In BIG CHUCK MCBRIDE's entire career he has fixed any dog issue in 5 to 10 minutes FOREVER.


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Dog Whisperer LLC
5036 Dixie Hwy 300841
Waterford, Michigan 48329​

Phone: 248 974 3031

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It's amazing how dog trainers, dog behavior specialist, and dog know-it-alls can't fix bad dog behavior in one visit. Dog Whisperer BIG CHUCK MCBRIDE shows how to stop bad dog behavior in one session or it's free. Why should a client pay for a product that does not solve his/her issue(s)? The concept doesn't even make sense. Would anyone pay for a coffee maker that didn't make coffee,  of course not. Dog Whisperer BIG CHUCK MCBRIDE has a 100% retention rate; he fixes every dog. You may be wondering how can he do this? It's simple CHUCK is a good linguist; he actually teaches clients how to speak dog language and use dog psychology, which is part of their language. 


Dogs don’t understand human language and can never understand it. The good news is: dogs do understand dog language. This is a simple concept yet humans continually attempt to communicate with dogs using human language. It doesn’t work. It will never work because Dogs do not understand human language; they’re dogs. Imagine you’re in a foreign country and an emergency arises and you require medical assistance but you don’t know how to communicate due to a language barrier. In these types of situations you may benefit by knowing the language of the country you’re in. Imagine if you were trying to convey you need an inhaler to halt an asthma attack, but the foreign doctors believe you’re asking for an emergency hemorrhoid operation? When you verbally communicate with a dog as you would a human, they will not understand you; they do not speak English. Does this mean a dog does not understand the word (No) or the word (Sit)?


Most people would agree when you ask a dog to sit, shake, lie, or come they do it. Therefore they must understand the English language; and in addition most trainers use the commands: sit, shake, lie, or come. What we must understand dogs obey one syllable words because they are only a sound to them, not multiple sounds which would require exact pitch and tone for a dog to recognize it. Considering humans cannot repeat sentences with identical pitch and tone, a dog would find English language confusing and unable to consistently comprehend. Using one word commands are not intricate and have a consistent pitch and tone; this is why they work well with dogs.

Have you ever considered dogs misbehave because we correct them using human language, which they don’t comprehend, rather than using their language? Unlike human language dog language is intertwined with their psychology: For example in order to communicate with a dog(s) on any meaningful level humans must earn the right to communicate by establishing pack-leadership.