Our Training Philosophy
We train dogs using modern scientific techniques to understand, address, and modify dog behavior. We know that behavior only exists when it is rewarded, and therefore we use positive reinforcement, and clicker training, to train dogs what we would like them do, increasing the likelihood that the wanted behavior will happen again.
Kay Rutland, our lead dog trainer, loves helping people learn how to communicate with their furry family members. Part of what she loves doing is giving her clients the skills to train their dogs for their lifetime. With a little time and coaching, Kay can get you all on the same page, and well on your way to a great family dog.
We will make training easy with our Day Training Packages!
We work hard to make training easy for you. We understand that you have busy lives, so let us do the leg work in your dogs training journey! We are the experts after all! We will train your dog while you go about your usual lives, teaching them the manners they need to be the perfect family dog. If you struggle to get your dog to respond to you, or have issues with your puppies house training, or your dog struggles to meet people politely, we can fix those things for you, then give you the right tools and techniques to communicate with your dog in the way he or she understands.
Private Training & Refresher Sessions
We offer private training sessions for our clients who could use a training refresher after their dog has gone through a training program. These are great to help fine tune previously learned behaviors that have for one reason or another fallen apart. We will help you identify why you are your dog are struggling and give you a plan to get back on track.
Let Us Create a Training Plan to Suit Your Dogs Needs
We can train your dog to:
- Come when called
- Respond to your cues
- Pay attention among distractions
- Have impulse control
- Walk on a loose leash
And so much more!
What You'll Get:
- A calmer dog
- An ability to communicate effectively with your dog
- A dog who willingly participates in training
- A better understanding of dog behavior and how dogs learn