A behavioral test for your dog is his introduction to someone new. Make a difference in how your dog reacts to a new person with a little training and reassurance. How do I make my dog feel comfortable around strangers? Start with training. The way your dog is trained can have a big impact on how he reacts to a stranger. It’s very frustrating when your dog won’t listen to you. Maybe, at times, it almost seems as if he goes out of his way to get you frustrated doesn’t it? So what does obedience training do for you and your dog? Dog obedience training teaches your dog to listen to you. It creates a way for you to communicate with your dog in a way that he will understand. Having your dog give you a sit or a down before he gets what he wants from you is an easy, non-confrontational way to help your dog learn manners.
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Basic Obedience (Group Class)
Private In Home Training (Your House)
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INTENSIVE TRAINING (MY HOME)
IT2 is ideal for the owner that doesn’t have time to or lacks interest in training his or her dog. The concept is simple: you give us your dog for two weeks and we return it fully trained in obedience: sit, down, heel, stay, and the beginning stages of come. Throughout the training process you will be able to track the progress of your dog as we will send you a mid-training “paw-gress” report, which includes a video of your dog in training. Once the training is complete, we will teach you the commands and coach you through executing them with your dog.
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Intensive Training (My Home)
Your dog will be taught all the Basic and Advanced skills. Demand is high for space, schedule your dog for the next available spot
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