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Letting your dogs sleep on the bed

Should you allow your dog to get on the couch, sleep in your bed or be on any furniture at all? This is a question that we get a lot.

How to Find the Right Dog for You

Bringing home a dog is a big deal.  You’re adding a new member to your family who will need time, attention, exercise, socialization and maintenance needs met.

Socializing Your Puppy

Not every dog is a Golden Retriever that is delighted whenever it meets new dogs or people.  Socializing your dog to other humans, other dogs, the environment and to experiences is very important.  

Frequently Asked Questions

Board and Train programs require that dogs be up to date on all shots and we highly recommend being up to date on flea, tick and heartworm medication. 

You’ll begin seeing improvements in your dog in just that first week.

Choosing the right trainer for your family can make all the difference in the world.  Our goal is to set you and your dog up for lasting results.  The skills you learn with us will make you not just better pet owners but better people overall.           

Our training is tailored to each specific dog.  We strive for maximum engagement with minimal stress and we always follow the most up to date training research.

We advocate one ingredient treats or the dog’s own food.  This makes it easier to keep track of food intake and energy expenditure.  Your dog should not be getting fat during training. 

Dog aggression is a broad topic with any number of behaviors.  We help people understand the behavior, along with contributing factors, and then troubleshoot solutions to get you and your pet rehabilitated.

Private training is customized to your pet, to your schedule and to your environment.  You partner with your trainer for the duration of your pets agreement.  That way, you don’t need to worry about missed or lost information, who to call if you have a question, or when the next class is.

As long as you hold up your end of the bargain and follow through with the recommended training time your dog needs.