Day Training is a daily dog training program designed to provide a maximum amount of learning while allowing your pet to spend evenings and weekends at home.
Our Day training program is the perfect program while you are at work, this gives you the much needed help and foundation but it still allows your dog to be at home evenings and weekends. Our Day Training program starts out with you dropping your dog off at our facility each morning 4 days a week Monday- Thursday. (Holidays are Tuesday to Friday) Your dog will receive daily private sessions with our professional staff. In conjunction, you as the dog owner, get lessons at the end of each week on what to work on until the next session.
We will do for your dog what you don’t have time to do. Your dog will leave every night with a 20 min session letting you know how their day went, and giving you any information that you might need to make living with your dog easier and what to work on until the next session.
The goal of our day training program is for our trainers to help you reach your goals quicker by assisting you with training throughout the day. Each week they train you how to train your dog. You are responsible for the assigned homework each night and on weekends, follow through on the house rules including management and to make sure you have booked all your lessons in a timely manner. This program is for those serious about having a well trained dog and want to learn how to get there with some help.
Dog training takes time, commitment and energy for the training to be effective. The success of this program is dependent on your full participation and commitment. We will work with your dog but if we are not following the same rules, using the same tools, this training won’t be as effective.
We require an evaluation for all dogs over 5 months of age, however under 5 months we do recommend them to come in for one to meet with you, explain your goals and how we can get there.
Our training programs start at $1495 plus tax but range in price depending on your needs, your dog’s temperament, and your training goals and the number of weeks it requires to achieve your goals.
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