Treats or no treats? Collars or no collars? Too much praise or not enough praise? Positive or negative reinforcement? We incorporate a variety of tools to fit your pups needs and your goals: food, motivators (tennis balls, Frisbees, etc.), slip leads, flat buckle leashes, prong collars, e-collars, as well as utilize many different methodologies such as Perception Modification, pressure release, Conditioned Relaxation just to name a few. Our goal is to help your pup make good decisions and the right choices enough times until these behaviors become “learned behaviors” and he is making these decisions on their own. High distraction training helps to proof this in all situations life may give us.
Our Dog Trainers
Did you just get a new puppy? Need help with some puppy problems? During our puppy program your dog learns an auto sit, place command, loose leash walking, and an off command! We also properly socialize your puppy with people and dogs! (This is for puppies 12 WEEKS to 6 months)
In home one on one lessons
Are you someone who loves to learn new things? One on one lessons would be a perfect fit for you. You and your dog learn a the same time. Your trainer will come out once a week for an hour long lesson, give you homework, and come out again the following week!
Has your dog had previous training and need a tune up? Behavior modification could be the package for you!
Heel like A Expert
LOOSE LEASH WALKING GROUP CLASS
A walk that doesn’t feel like you are in the Iditarod? Would be nice right? Well it is possible! This class is designed to help dogs and owners have more enjoyable walks while draining not just physical energy, but the very important mental energy that your dog is dying to exercise. There will be a large focus on showing your dog how to follow and teaching owners how to communicate effectively through their leash. By the completion of this class your dog will be heeling perfectly with you even around distractions!
Disclaimer: This class is not appropriate for intensely leash reactive dogs. (Mild barking and pulling towards dogs is acceptable!) If your dog exhibits these issues please call to sign up for a free evaluation fo