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Lessons will be conducted in the client's home or in a public setting in the following areas:

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Additional driving fees may be charged per lesson for clients who live outside of the areas listed above.

Please speak with a trainer first to help decide which program will best suit your needs before purchasing. Payment for services is required before or on the first lesson day. A 3.2% fee will be added for on-line purchases for services.

Behavior Modification

Just want to have a trainer work with you by the hour instead of signing up for a package? Then this is the plan for you. Training can be done either in your home or in a public setting at your discretion. The trainer will focus on whatever issues you would like and show you how to correctly manage or address various situations. You can also work on obedience commands if you want. You set the lesson agenda and work on what you need to achieve the goals you have with your dog. Lessons are $75 per hour.

Common Issues:

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    Potty Training

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    Dog Aggression

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    People Aggression

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    Separation Anxiety

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    Eating Feces

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    Jumping On/Barking at Visitors

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    Food Stealing/Counter Surfing

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    Bolting out Doors/Fences

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    Pulling on Leash

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    Miscellaneous Obedience Commands

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Often times, behavioral problems in dogs are a result of a lack of structure, inconsistency or miscommunication by the owners. Owners who react to their dogs in a delayed or inappropriate manner can actually create new issues or worsen existing ones.

If a behavioral problem is present, it is best to seek professional help as soon as possible so that it can be corrected quickly. The longer a problem behavior continues, the more time consuming and challenging it can be to fix. Don't expect your dog to simply grow out of bad behavior...it usually gets worse, so be proactive and get help quickly so you can enjoy your dog to the fullest!