In-Home Private Dog Training
Do You Want the Very Best Training for Your Dog?
Then this is for you!
Consider the benefits of dog training at home over a group class:
- You don’t share my time with anyone else
- Your immediate needs create our agenda
- No travel time and fighting with traffic
- Sign up for as many session as you need
Bo is amazing! He is full of information. He was able to work with our puppy who is leash reactive, and get her to happily meet another dog is less than 40 minutes! So awesome! I am so thankful I found him to help us, especially since other trainers told us they couldn’t.
What Behavior Problems Can We Tackle Together?
We can address whatever you need to address in a private session. A typical session has enough time to work with one or two behaviors. Regardless of the behavior issue, you will learn how to address it in an effective and humane way.
Here is a sample list:
- Improved recall
- Dog-dog reactivity
- Window barking
- Crate training
- Counter surfing
- No-jumping/polite greeting
- Loose-leash walking
- Nail clipping
- Braving the bath
- Muzzle training
We can also work on basic skills (such as sit, down, stand, pay attention). Typically, we can fit three of these into a single session.
How Many Sessions Will I need?
That all depends on the number or severity of issues you want to address. Some issues will only take a single session. Other issues will take more.
Any case that involves aggression or reactivity will need to be at least two sessions.
Can we work with more than one dog?
Yes. I require one adult per dog in the class (not counting me). This allows focused training for each individual pup.
If a situation arises in which additional dogs prove too distracting, then I will ask the dog handlers to work in separate rooms to allow the dogs to focus.
Since more dogs typically makes it more complicated getting through a lesson, there is an additional fee for each additional dog.
How Do I Enroll?
You will start by filling in the contact form below. In it, tell me the following:
- the issues you struggle with
- a phone number to reach you at
- some good times to call
- if your dog has a bite history, please tell me the details
I will then call you as soon as I can.
Before we meet in person, we will need to have a phone conversation. This will enable me to get a feel for where your dog is and where we need to go. I will ask a series of questions. These may include:
- What is the history of your dog?
- If dealing with issues, is there a context in which they arise?
- How often is your dog out and about, around other people and other dogs?
- Has your dog been trained by a professional before?
During our time together, I will spend ample time helping you understand how dogs learn and process information, how that applies to your situation, and what approach you can use to attain your dog-training goals.
Get Help Now!
Fill in the form to set up your free 30-minute phone appointment. Please tell me about your issues so I have an idea of what you are struggling with. I also need a phone number and some good times to call.
Make sure you double-check your email address. If it isn’t correct, I can’t reply to you.
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