Obedience and Puppy Programs
This includes: Puppy imprinting (How our puppies are first introduced to training), raising a puppy correctly (prevention of behavior problems); Teaching basic dog obedience commands like heel, sit, stay, come and down; Advanced and off-leashing training; Invisible dog fence training and products; Crate and house training and much more. Read More.
Includes modifying behavior problems such as pulling on a leash and leash aggression (i.e., reactivity) barking at people or other dogs out in public, as well as when visitors enter the home (i.e, territorial); jumping on people, counters, furniture, etc; stealing food and food aggression; separation anxiety; shyness, and recovery from trauma (abuse, abandonment, etc). Good for older dogs (i.e., 1.5+ years), adopted dogs, and dogs that have been abused, abandoned, or traumatized. Read More.
Sports can be an exciting way to spend more time with your dog. With a variety of options, it also offers an opportunity to make important training such as obedience more fun for everyone. Ranging from well-known competition dog sports such as Dog Agility, IPO aka Schutzhund, and AKC competitive obedience to creative and fun ways to play with your pet such as scent work, fetching and disc dog, there is a dog sport fit for every dog family. Read More.