We offer multiple types and lengths of board and trains for basic on leash obedience, advanced off leash obedience, behavior modification (aggression, reactivity, fearfulness, resource guarding etc.), service dog training, detection K9 training and more! In each of these courses, your pup will sit, down, heel, come, place, socialization, and proper interaction with people and dogs. After the board and train is your time to learn. Each board and train program comes with private lessons that can be done at our facility, out in public, or in your home so that you can continue success! A board and train is great for when you are on vacation and needed to board your pup anyway! Contact us for more info.
Boot Camp Program
The boot camp program is a 6 week on leash obedience course where you will drop your dog off for training in the morning once a week. In the afternoon, you will come back for a private lesson with your trainer and your pup to go over everything your pup learned during the day. In this course, we will work on loose leash walking, place, down, socialization, and proper interactions with humans and dogs. Contact us for more info.
Benefits of Training
Obedience training from a young age can set your on the path for having the relationship you have always wanted with your dog. It canalsohelp prevent your dog from picking up annoying habits, such as jumping on people, inappropriate barking, chewing, pulling on leash, etc. Learning good manners can help to curb similar habits in older dogs as well. It's never too late to improve bad behaviors too, no matter the age.
Bitework training means teaching a dog to bite, on command, and also in response to specific threats. This type of training is for police K9s, military working K9s, as well as protection dogs, and dogs that compete in bite sports.
Not all dogs are suited for bitework training. Breed and genetics play a huge part in this. Most dogs that do it successfully have been bred for it and trained from a young age. Contact us for more information.
In detection training, the dogs are trained to seek out a specific odor and perform a final response to indicate the presence of the odor that they are trained to alert to. The odor can very to narcotics, explosives, bed bugs and much more!
The training and development of a successful detection dog takes many hours, and this training continues throughout each dog's career. Not all dogs are suited for detection. There are a lot of breeds that do detection or nosework. Genetics will also play a huge part in this. Contact us for more information.
Our trainees come in all shapes and sizes. Here, you will see obedience, socialization, detection, and bitework.