Puppy sessions

Puppy Sessions are a one-on-one private lesson for you and your puppy to start off on the right foot. Puppies between the age of 16 weeks to 10 months old are perfect candidates for this option. Set your family up for success using tried and true training techniques that are easily applicable in your day to day life.

Private Lessons Tailored to Your Puppy

One Hour Lesson - $100

Some examples of what can be worked on in Puppy Sessions:

  • Basic Obedience
  • Bringing a New Dog/Pet into the Household
  • House Training
  • Barking
  • Mouthing
  • Jumping
  • Crate Training
  • Working through Fear Periods
  • Early Fear or Aggression Issues
  • Building a Foundation for Recall

Frequently Asked Questions

We ask that you extend us the courtesy of letting us know if you are unable to make a lesson at your earliest convenience, but we do understand that things can happen that are out of your control. If you are going to need to cancel or reschedule please call us no later than one hour before your scheduled lesson time.

 

We conduct all of our Puppy Sessions in our facility or at other preapproved locations, but do not do lessons in the home. It is the most beneficial to you and the dog to be in a situation where we can control the environment and level of distractions present while working. That is something we can easily accomplish here at our facility and ensures quick results.

Of course! Everyone who regularly interacts with the dog should come to lessons and the whole family is invited. We just ask that only one person works with the dog at a time and that children are occupied and well behaved as to not be disruptive.

Your dog, a few different kinds of small and soft treats, a flat collar or whatever equipment you are currently using, a standard 4-6ft leash (NO FLEXI-LEASHES), a toy your dog loves, and yourself! 

Schedule your Puppy Session today!

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