Evaluation: $75.00 Single dog and $25 per additional dog
Private Lessons: 45 min: $75.00 and $15.00 per additional dog
Lesson Packages: 4 lessons $275 • 6 lessons $390.00
2 dog lessons Packages: 4 lessons $335.00 • 6 lessons $480.00
In Kennel Training Packages:
Puppy (Under 7mo) or Rescue dog: 2 week session-$700.00 • 4 Week session-$1400.00
Adult (7mo & older): 2 week Session-$750.00 • 4 Week Session-$1500.00
Puppy Problems and Prevention
Every new puppy owner has a thousand questions about how to raise their pup to be a confident, well-mannered dog. Vital information includes: stages of puppy development, techniques for teaching manners, housebreaking methods, and an understanding of dog mentality. If this is your first pup, or if you are thinking about getting one, call now for a consultation.
Obedience and Manners Training
Maximize the time you spend loving your dog by teaching it how to avoid the things that make you angry. Teaching your dog the rules of the house and the rules of society should be a top priority along with proper health care. The safety of your dog, and the sanity of your household depends on training. A dog’s personality does not fully develop without training. It needs to be mentally challenged and to feel emotionally secure. Proper training fills both needs by giving the dog a purpose and a secure place within the family.
Dogs can exhibit eleven different types of aggressive behavior and each has a different cause and cure. If the correct techniques are used, most of these patterns can be remedied with patience and determination. If your dog is signaling aggression, seek help immediately! Aggression issues generally become more pronounced over time, and not less. Growling, nipping, biting, staring, stalking, snarling and snapping are some behaviors that demand attention. Don’t panic, don’t procrastinate, call me for help.
Second Hand Dogs
We can erase the mistakes of the previous home with proper care and the correct balance between love and respect. The transition from the shelter or pound to the new family can be eased through awareness of the dog’s individual needs. Learning techniques designed to assert control over your dog without intimidation is very important to establishing a lasting bond.
Rehabilitation of Abused Animals
An animal that has been rescued from an abusive or traumatic situation needs to be taught the confidence that it has been robbed of and it’s sense of safety restored. Otherwise, it will not develop into a healthy, mentally stable pet. Sympathy is not enough, understanding and action are the key.
Phobias can be overcome in an abused animal. This greatly increases the confidence of the dog and it’s quality of life. The dog can only regain confidence through the trust it has for it’s owner. Ease the unnatural tension in the abused or phobic dog’s life through skilled handling.
- Therapy and Service Dog Training