Dog owners can feel overwhelmed, irritated, confused, and frustrated when it comes to living with their dogs. Private training lessons are an ideal way to address specific issues and provide one on one guidance on how to dog. Learn handling kills, how to use your environment to better manage behavior, and master step by step instructions on teaching behaviors and problem resolution. 

Choose from either a 3, 5, or 8 lesson package based on your goals and needs. Lessons are usually 45 minutes on average and are held once a week for the duration of the program. Spouses, kids, and other family members are always encouraged to join in on the fun!

If you are within the K9ology service area, lessons can be conducted from the safety and comfort of your home. If you are too far for home visits - that's ok! We can always meet at a park for our training. 


Let's get your pup started on the right paw! Or maybe Puppy training focuses heavily on: 

  • Crate training

  • Toilet training

  • Socialization

  • Handling desensitization 

  • Basic obedience and manners 

  • Family cooperation and household integration

Puppy training sets the foundation for your relationship and your dog's future potential. It's all about preventing unwanted issues, carefully structures socialization for adaptation, and showing your dog how to live in the human world. 


Sometimes bad habits happen. You just don't know what to do. Your dog is driving you nuts. Obedience and manners training can go a long way in helping your dog be a civilized canine citizen. Things covered include:

  • Name Recognition and Focus 

  • Touch

  • Sit 

  • Down

  • Stand

  • Come

  • Stay 

  • Loose Lead Walking

  • Wait

  • Leave It 

  • Drop It 

  • Place 

  • and more!

Obedience and manners training is key to addressing common problems such as: 

  • Dogs who lose their marbles when the door bell rings 

  • Dogs who jump on people for excitement or attention 

  • Dogs who pull on the leash or drag owners 

  • Dogs who browse counters for food or steal items 

  • Dogs who will not come when called 

  • Dogs who are out of control in public (no aggression please!)

  • Dogs who beg and won't leave you alone at the dining table 

  • Dogs who lack focus around distractions 

  • Dogs who have selective hearing (especially towards one of more family members) 

  • Dogs who have issues integrating with other dogs in the household 

  • Dogs who chase cats, squirrels, bunnies, etc 

  • Dogs who are hard to brush, bathe, or otherwise groom 

  • Dogs who have confidence issues (no shut down fear or anxiety please!) 

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