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Dog Training Services and Rates

Here are some of the problem behaviors that we can help you and your dog with...

  • Leash reactivity/aggression (growling, lunging, snapping while on leash)

  • Aggression in the home

  • Generalized Anxiety

  • Separation Anxiety (your dog only acts out while you're away)

  • Destructive behaviors (unwanted chewing and peeing)

  • Fearful behavior

  • Resource guarding (toys, food, beds, etc)

  • Potty training

  • Getting along with human or doggie housemates

  • Teaching your children how to act around dogs and engaging their help in the training process.

  • Riding in the car

  • Puppy training!

An aggressive dog with bared teeth
A small scared dog

**We also teach "dog language" to both adults and children. Dog language is how your dog is communicating with you using his/her body language. Learning what your dog is communicating gives you a greater understanding of their behavior and allows for a safer and happier relationship with your pet. It also greatly enhances your dog training.

In-Home and Remote Dog Training Options

In-Home Dog Training

These dog training sessions are done in the comfort of your own home so we can directly address the problem behaviors where they occur. Before our session, I will send you a behavior questionnaire to fill out so that I can learn more about your unique dog. When I arrive, we will sit down and chat for a few minutes to discuss your issues and let your dog get to know me. Then, we will jump into teaching you and your dog new skills!

A day or two following your session, you will receive a complete training plan from me. We will schedule follow-ups as needed.

Jennifer Damon and her client, River

Dog Trainer, Jennifer Damon working with her client, Mr. River

Winter Special:

We are now offering a package of 3 home training sessions for $390 until the end of February 2024.

Remote Dog Training

These sessions follow the same schedule as in-home dog training. The only difference is they are conducted via Skype, Zoom, Facetime or phone. These sessions work well for people with very busy schedules who need to squeeze a training session in on a lunch break or evening and they are an excellent option for follow-ups or occasional training tune-ups.

*If you'd like more information on dog training, behavior, or care, please take a look at our blog or visit our Facebook and Instagram pages.

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