On Site Private Lessons – 1 hour $90
Private in Home Training - 125 per hour, 3 hour package $350, 5 hour package $575
Play & Train – Two 15 minute sessions in addition to the purchase of a daycare package $25
This course is designed for puppies 10 weeks of age through 4 months. In six weeks your puppy will be introduced to the basic cues of look, sit, down, stay, come when called, hand targeting, take it, leave it, drop it and walking politely on a leash. Discussions will include potty training, crate training, nipping, and jumping.
This course is designed to build on preschool skills at an adolescent level for dogs who are 4 months of age and up. It is also appropriate for dogs without any previous training to build positive, lifelong relationships. Cues such as look, sit, down, stay, come, take it, leave it, drop it will be covered with an emphasis on polite leash walking and dog to dog greetings on-leash. Discussions will include adolescent chewing, barking, proper time outs, and dog park manners.
This course focuses on Intermediate behaviors and introduces finish, stand, heel with directions, wait, and park it. Tricks such as “play dead” and “take a bow” are covered. Discussions will include cue reliability and working with increasing distractions.
This course focuses on taking the Junior High behaviors to the next level with more distance, duration, and distractions. Heeling with speeds and off leash, waiting politely, and park it are brought to the next level. Backup and nose targeting are introduced and tricks such as “spin” and “wave” are covered.
This course covers the ten behaviors on the AKC Canine Good Citizen test: accepting a friendly stranger, sit politely for petting, appearance and grooming, out for a walk, walking through a crowd, sit and down on command and staying in place, coming when called, reaction to another dog, reaction to distraction, and supervised separation.
Started in 1989, The American Kennel Club’s Canine Good Citizen® (CGC) Program I a certification program that is designed to reward dogs who have good manners at home and in the community. The CGC Program is two-part program that stresses responsible ownership for pet parents and good manners for dogs.
This course is a traveling course that will meet at a different location each week to reinforce advanced behaviors and socialization while focusing on the ten tests from the Advanced Canine Good Citizen test. This course is strongly recommended for anyone who has an interest in becoming a therapy team.
Let’s have some fun! This course is designed to safely introduce your dog to agility obstacles while boosting their confidence and ability to work off leash. Something new and exciting every week! More details to follow.
This course is designed for dogs of all ages who bark and lunge at the end of the leash and are unable to partake in other group classes and social settings. It is a must for anyone who feels that their dog is unmanageable at the end of the leash.
Focus: Emphasizing safety ,communication, and teamwork, this course is taught by Michelle Carlin, M.Ed. and Michaela Anne Collins, CPDT-KA and starts with trigger identification. It includes various management techniques, confidence building exercises, redirecting activities and learning how to read your dog's body language.
For all sizes of dogs.
Behavioral Problem Solving sessions: Do you have a manners problem such as jumping on strangers, barking, digging, housebreaking issues, and nipping? These classes may be for you. Consultations in your home or wherever the problem occurs so the dog can learn its manners in the settings you need.
WILL A BABY BE JOINING YOUR HOME SOON?
One of the best things that you can do for your loyal family dog is to prepare them for the changes that come with a new baby. A training plan is personalized for each dog and can include; teaching calming behaviors for nap times, solidifying "leave it's" to differentiate between dog and baby items, desensitizing to new equipment and noises, heeling to a stroller, and proper dog to baby introductions. Having a properly trained, prepared dog can decrease the many challenges of parenthood. In addition, as your baby becomes mobile the transition can be difficult for your dog. Reinforcing avoidance techniques, desensitization handling, and safety are just some of the ways in which dogs and toddlers can learn to coexist. Lastly, we are here to make kid and dog relationships the strongest and safest that they can be. Please do not hesitate to contact us to help teach your children how to behave safely around dogs.
Private in-home services
Private on-site services at our Holbrook location $90/hr