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Dog Obedience Training

My in-home private dog training programs include house manners, leash manners, and socialization skills.


Who this program is for:

Dog owners who want their dogs to have great obedience, good behavior, and be a joy to be around.


About the program:

Maybe having a dog isn’t going how you expected. You can’t even take the dog anywhere with you because they get so excited it’s embarrassing, and your arm hurts from all the pulling. It’s not peaceful at all because of the barking, and you don’t know what to do to make it better! You can’t get their attention at all, and they don’t listen.

With this training program, your dog will be an Enjoyable Companion! Your dog will listen to you around the house and come back inside from the yard when you call for them. No more being late for work because you had to chase your dog around the yard! 

By the end of this program, your dog will walk nicely on a leash and learn the, SIT, DOWN, STAY, and  COME, commands. They will even listen with people, dogs, and distractions nearby. Teaching good manners while eliminating jumping up, barking, and play-biting.

What's included:

  • 8 Private Lessons at your house and nearby stores for field trips.

  • My book "The Complete Puppy Training Manual" ($12 value)

  • My online courses with 3+ hours of training instruction. ($300 value)

  • Certificate of Completion and graduation gift

  • Basic commands and House Manners so that your puppy behaves at home and stays calm when people come over.

  • Leash Manners and Loose Leash Walking so that your puppy does not pull on the leash and react to other dogs or people.

  • Behavior Training so that you can control the play biting, jumping, barking, and chewing.

  • Socialization Skills so that you can take your puppy anywhere.

  • Mental Stimulation and Enrichment Exercises so that your dog does get bet board and destructive around the house

  • Optional: AKC Canine Good Citizen test and certicication

NOTE: The Dog Obedience Training Program does not address serious behavior problems such as fear, anxiety, stress, or aggression. This will need a specialist such as a Veterinary Behaviorist or a dog behavior consultant. 

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