Group Training Classes

Classes offered:

 - Basic Manners & Skills Class (four week class) 6-7 p.m.

 - Workshops (one night only) 6-7:30 p.m.

Classes and Workshops are held in Highland Village, and registration is open for June and July!

Registration for all group training classes is at under "Schedule"

                In-Home Private Training

This is done in your home with you, the dog and the family where most problems occur.  Often dogs will act differently at home than they do away, so it is best to work in the enviornment where the dog is most comfortable and the behaviors occur.  You are given private instruction that is invaluable in providing you with the knowledge and confidence that you need to continue training with your dog. Private trainings include basic training and/or behavior modification.  

                                 Training Packages

Intro to Basic Manners  Two 75 minute sessions personalized to help your dog learn some basic skills and help with any behavior problems.  $180

* One 75 min alternative session for $99

Complete Basic Manners - Three 75 minute sessions that will help your dog learn all basic skills or improve on the consistency of previous learned skills.  $235

Basic Manners Combo - One 75 min private session and one 4 week group Basic Manners Class. This package is great for those dogs who need to learn some basic skills, need socialization with other dogs but also need a little one-on-one training as well.  $179

*Two private sessions and one 4 week group class combo  $239

One Hour Phone Consultation Perfect for the person needing some advice on common problem behaviors such as chewing, barking, digging, or help with housetraining tips or separation anxiety.  Call to schedule your phone consultation.  $45

Call today to schedule your private, in home training sessions!

Training should always be fun for you and your dog!

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When do you say your dog's name the most? Is it when they're getting into something they shouldn't? Is it when you're frustrated because you're in a hurry to leave, and they're running away from you? If your dog only hears their name when you're not happy with them, they'll build negative associations with hearing their name and stop responding reliably to their name. So use your dog's name when they do something good and when you're playing a fun game of fetch, for example. Toss the ball or a treat, as they eat it say their name, and then encourage them to come back to you. Reward them when they do! Now you're building positive associations with them hearing their name, and they're also learning to come to you reliably every single time! Keep it fun for both of you!