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Individual lessons - $75

Open to all dogs of any age. One-hour lesson.

Individual lessons - $75

Open to all dogs of any age. One-hour lesson.

Puppy Fundamentals
- $460-$610

For puppies less than 1 year old. Initial consultation plus six or eight lessons lasting 1 hour.

Our goal is to help your puppy integrate properly into your home and be a member of the family. Quickly address common behavior problems that arise and get back to enjoying your puppy.

  • Solve pesky puppy problems such as potty training, jumping on people, nipping and mouthing.
  • Teach your puppy basic training cues, to encourage good behavior.
  • Enjoy having a puppy that fits into your lifestyle… for a lifetime.

Behavior Renovation (A Whole New Dog) - $345-$460

For any dog over 1 year old. Initial consultation plus four or six lessons lasting 1 hour.

Frustrated by your dog’s bad manners and lack of social skills? Focused on the family dog, our goal is to restore and repair the relationship with your best friend.

  • Extinguish problem behaviors like jumping, barking, digging, pulling or lunging on leash.
  • Teach basic manners and training cues to help your dog live comfortably in your home.
  • Get back to the life you imagined with your dog.

Behavior Renovation (A Whole New Dog) - $345-$460

For any dog over 1 year old. Initial consultation plus four or six lessons lasting 1 hour.

Frustrated by your dog’s bad manners and lack of social skills? Focused on the family dog, our goal is to restore and repair the relationship with your best friend.

  • Extinguish problem behaviors like jumping, barking, digging, pulling or lunging on leash.
  • Teach basic manners and training cues to help your dog live comfortably in your home.
  • Get back to the life you imagined with your dog.

Welcome Home (Your New Shelter Dog) - $325-$440

For adult dogs, adopted from a shelter or rescue organization. Initial consultation plus four to six lessons lasting 1 hour.

Rescue dogs have been through a lot, traveling from shelter to shelter and in some cases, even home to home. They often come with some baggage and bad habits picked up along the way. Our goal is to help your new dog, stay in his forever home.

  • Integrate your new dog into your family by establishing a routine.
  • Build your dog’s confidence by teaching him new cues.
  • Address bad habits quickly, and set your dog up on the right track.