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We can teach your dog 


Here are some of the things we can teach your dog. "The Basics" can be taught in a private session, day training or board and train. Advanced training is through private sessions only or board and train packages.




  • Sit, down, come, release commands.

  • “Sit” and “Stay” in distractions.

  • 1 minute sit in high distractions.

  • “Stay” in distractions.

  • 3 minute down in distractions.

  • Effective ways to socialize your puppy or older dog.

  • “Wait” inside a car so they do not bolt out of the car.

  • “Wait” in a doorway.

  • “Drop” drop any and all things you ask them to.

  • Leave it.

  • House breaking

  • Bite in inhibition

  • Walking on a loose leash (no pulling).

  • “Off” meaning do not jump on me or anyone else.

  • “Sit in excitement” the dog must listen to handler when they are excited and/or in high drive.

  • We teach the dog that their name means “come to me”.

  • “Come” as an emergency command.

  • Non verbal “come command” with a sound association.

  • 3 tools to get a dog to come to handler.

  • How to do assessments, evaluating clients’ pet dogs and shelter dogs

  • Digging.




  • Full intermediate obedience regime

  • Assess and evaluate clients’ pet dogs and shelter dogs with reactivity/aggression issues

  • Dog aggression management with counter conditioning solutions.

  • Addressing fear aggression, separation anxiety, phobic behavior

  • Leash aggression, dominance aggression, territorial aggression and predatory behavior.

  • Basic dog agility training

  • Clicker training basic levels

  • Dog training addressing different personalities in humans and dogs.

  • Warning signals and emotional changes in dogs.

  • Counter conditioning for stress management.

  • Learning dog obedience training as a method to counter condition fear-based issues

  • Trick training.

  • Evaluating clients’ pet dogs and shelter dogs

  • Precision Heel. Sit when you stop. Turn left and right staying in proper position.

  • 3–5 minute “sit” in distractions with toys being thrown past the dogs: food distractions, kids and dogs running by, during which the dog maintains his long sit for [3-5 minutes].

  • 6–10 minute “down” in distractions, same as above, but with the dog in a down position.

  • 10–15 “place” command in high distractions. Dogs cannot get off the place bed until commanded, no matter what is going on around them. This includes running, playing dogs.

  • Down in motion: Walking fast and commanding a “down”, the dog must follow the command and “down”. You immediately keep walking. The dog must remains in position.

  • Sit in motion: Walking fast and giving the “sit” command, your dog will stay in position while you walk away quickly.

  • Out of sight commands: This means dog must stay in position even if you are out of their sight and a distance away from you.

  • Back up. Dogs must know how to back up if you need them to, particularly in tight quarters.

  • Sit in very high excitement. We will build the dogs drive up and then give them a command one time. They must be in command and IN control in less than 1 second.

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