Time and time again, people give a dog ultimate freedom without realizing that this is the opposite of what a dog wants. Dogs are pack animals. Much like their wolf cousins, dogs want to be led. They need someone to tell them where to go, when to eat, what to do, and what not to do. If you, as their owner, are not doing that, they will never fully understand how they’re supposed to behave. This will lead to destructive and undesirable behavior.
Often, people read books, watch videos, and even ask their friends for advice on how to produce certain behavior in their dog. But many are still unable to gain the results they desire. This is where One-On-One Training can be of great benefit to you and your dog. The dog you desire is already in there. Let us help walk you through the right steps to bring out the very best in your dog.
The first session is a consultation, assessment, and hands-on training for you and your dog. We believe you will begin to see dramatic changes in your dog’s behavior even within the first session.
For the next five sessions we will continue to work hands-on with you and your dog in a systematic, tailored way. There will be homework following each session, not only to help you and your dog progress, but to build life-long habits that will continue to draw the best out of your dog. We want you to be as excited about your dog’s transformation as we are.
There are times that your dog may exemplify unusual behavior, or they just can’t seem to catch on to a specific discipline, and you need expert advice. A Phone Session with Ken, our expert trainer, may be the medicine you and your dog need. You will have the opportunity to speak directly with Ken about anything dog related.
With the Board and Train programs, your dog will live in-home with Ken for a designated period, where we guarantee a transformative experience. Here are some of the benefits of Board and Train:
When your dog is done with our Board and Train program, Ken will personally meet with you for three private sessions. These sessions are crucial to show you how to not only maintain what was learned, but also to continue the training process. The first private session will occur at the time that you pick up your dog.