TRAINING AND SUPPORT TO GIVE DOGS AND PET PARENTS
Whether you’re looking for puppy development, advanced off-leash obedience, behavior modification, or aggression rehabilitation, we’ll teach you and your dog tools and techniques to speak the same language.
Our goal for you and your four-legged friend? Confidence.
In behavior modification training, we teach pet parents about operant and counter conditioning, and how to reshape their dog’s thought process in certain situations.
During obedience training, we dive into marker training, and human clients learn the importance of timing and rewards. We cover all bases to ensure our dogs listen not only at home, but in public settings. That’s right: Your dog can finally go to the brewery with you.
Our puppy parents learn about critical socialization periods, exposure, confidence building, and how to set their furry new family member up for success as they grow.
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When should you start training your puppy? The day you bring him or her home! Potty training, socialization, and creating positive associations are all keys to helping your puppy grow into a well-behaved best friend.
We’ll meet you where you are (either at home, or in our training facility) to teach you the skills you’ll need to have consistent and reliable obedience in real world settings.
Drop off your pal in the morning for a full day of training in our facility, outside of dog parks, and a variety of other outdoor areas. We’ll put in our work while you do yours.
With board and train, your dog will spend anywhere from two to four weeks with us in an intensive training program that addresses everything from basic puppy skills to behavior modification to obedience training.
Our approach to working with dogs struggling with aggression will help your dog (and you) feel confident and safe in any situation.
Does your obedient dog need a job? We offer advanced classes for dogs who have mastered the basics and would enjoy a new challenge. Scent work, agility training, rally competition, and more. No dog sneakers required.