In-Person Private Training

In-Person Training

This training is held at your home, where we work with your dog on any challenges you face, and solve them in the environment where these behaviors actually happen.

This type of training is perfect for people who want to learn how to communicate with their dog, but learn better with live demonstrations and in-person feedback.

One of the strongest variables in a dog's unwanted behavior is their environment. By training your dog at home, we'll be able to fully address any potential stimuli or triggers, and ensure that unwanted behaviors are completely resolved.

In-Person Training Packages

 

Recommended Behaviors for In-Person Training

 
Walking with Dogs

Basic Manners

Basic Manners are the foundation of any human-dog communication.

It includes behaviors that will help you communicate with your dog on a daily basis like:

sit, down, stay, leave it, come, leash manners, and crate training.

Anxious dogs are dogs that lack confidence, and therefore are harder to socialize, and include them in activities outside of your home.

A lot of fearful dogs tend to develop anxious behaviors, such as separation anxiety, destructive behaviors, or having house accidents. This can lead to additional challenges for you as the owner: how do you leave them alone?

We will work on building your dog's confidence, and teach them to be comfortable if they're alone in the house, in public places, or with strangers.

Dog Portrait

Fearful Dogs

Unwanted behaviors like jumping, barking, digging, or destructive chewing are some of the most common problems dog owners face.

 

These types of primal behaviors can be caused by genetics, a history of self-reinforcement, or simply a lack of understanding that their behavior is unwanted.

 

We will work to identify the root of these behaviors, and apply tools and techniques to resolve them.  

Rescue Puppy

Behavior
Modification

Teaching a dog basic manners or more advanced behaviors are not limited to dogs that can hear or see.

 

If you have a dog with a disability, know that you can still teach them anything they are physically capable of!

We will define together the language your dog can perceive, and use it to teach them anything that is important to you as their owner!

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Dogs with

Disabilities