Did you get a new puppy and want to make sure you get off on the right foot? Are you trying to teach your dog basic obedience and struggling? You thought you mastered your basic manners but your dog is still pulling on the leash and barking at your to play! Living with a dog that rehearses undesired behavior can be really frustrating. The good news is that no matter how young or how old your four-legged best friend is, we've got you covered!
Private lessons are a great opportunity to gain a specialized training plan for you and your family. Whatever your canine needs are, we will help you establish some goals, and then teach you how to get you and your dog there.
During our initial consultation, we will discuss in detail any problems you may be having and how you would like to see them resolved. Once we have established some goals we will work with you to give you the skills you need to train your dog. Each skill will be explained and demonstrated, then we will coach you through the training process. Each session is an hour-long and includes a follow-up email, which details what we have discussed. You will also receive training handouts to help make your homework straight forward. Sessions are $130 an hour. You may also purchase a package of five lessons for $500.
Private lessons can be done with dogs of all ages. They are great for families with busy schedules, inexperienced owners who feel they want that one on one time, and special case dogs (dogs with anxiety, reactivity, aggression, or fear who may not be suited for a group class).
Let us help you figure out how to solve all of your problems! If you can think it, we can teach it! Contact us today to get started!
If you are seeing behavior that indicates fear, aggression, reactivity or anything else that concerns you, please click HERE for more information.
Joey learning how to walk on a loose leash in a private lesson.
Francis showing off her new affinity for the crate after our private lesson on crate training to help with separation stress.
Team Max working on attention and relaxation with distractions out at a park at a field-trip private lesson. Max is a recovering reactive dog who gets very excited with activity around.