Obedience Training

“You want to deal with the overall dog by gaining control, which earns you the dog's respect. This makes it a lot easier to deal with individual problems.”

- Shelly Lebowitz

One-on-One Dog Obedience Training

These courses of instruction are designed to provide intensive individualized training. The client works privately with a trainer to make sure every detail is covered and every question is answered. Aside from general obedience, one-on-one classes are perfect for special applications training (working dogs).

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Advanced Class: Basic Off-Leash Obedience

The advanced class emphasizes gaining control of your dog over progressively longer distances, culminating in complete off-leash control. Dogs learn to respond to commands such as sit, stand, down, stay, heel, and come, without a leash and at varied distances. The course also covers advanced obedience and control techniques. This is the dog training regimen that is especially recommended for those stubborn and independent dogs! This is a must for those with plans to compete in Obedience, Agility, etc.

Group Obedience Classes

These courses of instruction are designed to provide intensive individualized training. The client works privately with a trainer to make sure every detail is covered and every question is answered. Aside from general obedience, one-on-one classes are perfect for special applications training (working dogs).

 

Beginner's Class: Basic Dog Obedience

The beginner's class covers basic on-leash dog obedience, voice commands and hand signals. Essential obedience commands include: sit, down, stay, heel, come and stand for examination. The beginner's class also addresses behavioral issues such as chewing, biting, mouthing, housebreaking, running away, barking, dog aggression, jumping, and pulling. This is recommended for every companion dog, especially those that are often exposed to distractions, people, or other dogs.

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