Our exceptional team provides dogs in our community with a home away from home to play, learn, and relax in safety and comfort; and gives their human families peace of mind while they are away from them.
All training services are catered to each family's needs and can vary depending on your situation. We offer Obedience Training, Puppy Obedience Training, and Minor Behavior Issues Training.
By providing calm-assertive leadership, regular exercise that matches the dog's energy level, boundaries and limitations, and positive reinforcement for good behavior only! Love is a part of all of the above...
Training your dog should be a fun experience. It requires dedication, consistency, and patience from ALL family members to maintain consistency so that all parties are relating similarly to the family pet, whereby creating a non-confusing atmosphere for everyone. If you are concerned about your dog's ability to socialize with other dogs, we are here to help! While all dogs are not able to socialize due to past experiences they have encountered in their lives, we firmly believe that giving them a chance in a safe, controlled environment, with humans who understand dog behavior and pack mentality, can give an unsure, fearful or dominant dog a chance to learn how to be with other dogs. We monitor all dogs closely and provide calm-assertive leadership, along with boundaries and limitations, to teach proper respect for other dogs and humans. Dogs who are not socialized will lose their social skills over time, causing them to approach in an over-excited manner when they do come in contact with another dog. We work with them to remind them how to greet other dogs properly, and how to engage in safe play. Our goal is to help your dog get back to his or her natural state of being.
That being said, you as the owner, will be required to change some of your behavior and reactions. The humans in a dog's life are more often the issue. Feeling nervous, fearful, or anxious in any given moment can set the tone for how your dog reacts to other dogs, or other humans. If you are not the Pack Leader, they will take on that role automatically and feel the need to protect you. Learning to be their leader is of utmost importance!