One On One Instruction
Private lessons have the advantage of giving you and your dog more one on one instruction time. In addition to this, private lessons are sometimes preferred for the very difficult dog, or simply solving a minor problem or two.
Bringing home a puppy is a big step in your life, and one that should not be taken lightly. This is a very exciting time, but you want to be sure to do it right. We can help give you a head start to make things as easy as possible for you. This can be done either before getting a puppy, after, or both.
This is a 5 week course covering everything you need to know to raise a puppy the right way. This course will benefit all puppies, regardless of how much home training they have had. There is a right way and a wrong way to socialize your dog!
This course is designed for all dogs, but it's also the place we start to fix any sort of problem behaviours, anywhere from shy and nervous to aggression.
A full 6 weeks of obedience lessons for dogs over 18 weeks old.
This course helps you get your dog under control and makes them a more enjoyable family pet. It is all about teaching your dog COMPLIANCE, both in your home and out in public around distractions. Even if your dog knows basic things like Sit or Down, this is the course for you to fix any issues you may be having with your dog. It will also help you build a stronger bond with your dog.
You know that well behaved dog you see out in public that you wish was your dog? This course is what you need to achieve that.
Sometimes it's tough to get a dog house trained reliably, and dog's are frequently given up because of this. We can help. With a one on one consultation we will give you the right "tools" needed to reliably get your dog house trained (potty trained) in no time! The session takes approximately 1 -1.5hrs and includes written handouts as well as phone or email help after our meeting. Two visits is recommended.
Not all dogs are the same, and it's very important to pick the right dog for your family's lifestyle. Often people will pick a breed simply because they like the cute dog they've just seen on T.V. They get a puppy without researching and later realize that the cute Border Collie pup is really not working out so well with their relatively calm lifestyle, or the Yorkshire Terrier may not have been the best choice for their active hiking and camping lifestyle.We can meet with you to discuss the pros and cons of different breeds before you make your choice. We also help advise on how to find a good breeder and what you should be expecting from the breeder.