What to Expect From Puppy Training!

Our Puppy Training Programs are ideal for puppies 6 months or younger. Throughout this training, our trainers teach your puppy how to learn and engage using well balanced free shaping behavioral techniques, as well as teaching obedience positions and marker training. Another main component we work with puppies is socialization, this gets them exposed to humans, other dogs, and children. As well as working on crate and potty training to set your dog up for a great success. This type of training is meant to create a foundation you can build upon for your dog.


What Not to Expect From Puppy Training!

Puppy training does not give you proven obedience behaviors. A handler also cannot expect an adult level obedience or an off-leash training level out of a young puppy. It is simply building a solid foundation meant to be built upon.




Perfect for puppies between 6 and 18 weeks; 2 in-home sessions where the main focus is to teach you [the human] how to start your puppy off on the right track to a solid and successful lifestyle, help you with potty training techniques, making crate training fun, and learning about environmental behaviors, so you may experience fewer headaches and more fun. We will educate you on the best way to raise a puppy to minimize issues down the road.


Perfect for puppies between 18 and 24 weeks (puppy must have all shots including bordetella) This is a 2-week puppy boot camp. Your puppy will live in our house and be exposed to other dogs, people, and children. We work your puppy every day to achieve that solid learning foundation. At the end of the boot camp, you will receive a comprehensive 2 to 3-hour go-home lesson. (Any additional time needed to fulfill training goals is included in the price, no additional fees will be changed.)


Five 1 on 1 private training sessions where you and your dog will learn new skills and commands such as loose leash walking, automatic sit, down, stay, and off-leash recall. We cover all aspects of livability, control, and environmental neutrality. As well as house manners such as no jumping, no chewing on household items, and how to greet house guests. Also in different environments, how to meet a friendly stranger and desensitizing your dog to being away from their handlers for a period of time.