K9 CAMP DAY TRAINING - $42 per day K9 Camp Day Training is a unique program that combines:
Obedience training with one of our experienced dog trainers
Structured, Supervised Socialization with other social dogs
Exercise through indoor and outdoor walks, and the treadmill, if applicable
Play in our daycare and outdoor fenced-in area
Affection from our experienced staff
K9 Camp is structured much in the same way as if you were dropping your child off at school for the day. Because one of our trainers has conducted a Behavioral Evaluation with all dogs in the facility prior to them participating in any of our programs, a learning plan for each individual dog is created. Dogs of different sizes, ages, and temperaments socialize only with supervision, and everything is structured according to the progress that each dog is making towards its planned goals. Dogs get lots of exercise, make friends, learn through Behavioral Modeling, and go home tired and a lot smarter!
PRIVATE TRAINING 1-Hour Private Training at the Facility $100 1-Hour Home Visit $150 Private lessons offer a highly-interactive, intensive, immersive learning experience with our Head Certified Dog Trainer and your dog. They provide a customized approach to dog training and establish a foundation for you to work on obedience training with your dog. If you are really interested in learning how to motivate and control your dog, doing lots of homework, both on leash and off, our Private Training might be a great choice! (Access to a group of other dogs will incur additional fees.)
BOOTCAMP TRAINING - Starting at 2 weeks for $1995 Our Bootcamp Training programs are Board-and-Train intensives in which your dog comes and stays at our facility with us to be trained and socialized daily by our experienced trainers and staff, with focus by our Head Trainer. Each program starts with a Behavioral Evaluation to discuss your dog’s temperament, behavior issues such as a need for manners and obedience, or problem behaviors such as anxiety and aggression. Then our Head Trainer recommends the duration of the Bootcamp – either Two, Three, or Four Weeks, depending on the severity of the issue. Then, the goals for the program are set forth and agreed upon. These vary greatly depending upon the individual dog. Each family has a “Graduation Meeting” and is provided with a written assessment of their dog’s personality, and a solid plan for progressing forward to ensure that the training translates into the home environment. There is a lesson at the facility to go over all of the commands the dog learned and to teach the entire family, including young children, how to handle their newly trained dog. There is also a follow-up Home Visit shortly after Graduation, at which the Head Trainer helps families troubleshoot any glitches that the dog might be having in transitioning home. The Head Trainer is also available following the Bootcamp via email and telephone to answer follow-up questions, and many Bootcamp dogs go on to become Daycare dogs.