Why Hire a Dog Trainer?
How it Works
My goal is to help you develop the relationship you want with your dog. You decide what you
Where we work depends on your goals. If the dog is well behaved at home but troublesome in public, we will work in public. If he is perfect in
- provide a current vet and vaccine form (including Bordetella) or comparable vet certificate
- Provide sufficient evidence of flea/tick prevention (see section on What is sufficient flea and
- Sign a training agreement.
Once I have the aforementioned up-to-date information on file, you may participate in group classes. Please call prior to attending your first class to ensure I have received all of your information.
To join group classes, simply add your name to the sign-up sheet. Just click the “calendar” tab above, then click the class date to open the sign-up sheet and add your name up to 24 hours before class starts. You may drop in without being signed up (if all forms are on file and current), but you run the risk if being denied if the class is full. If you forget to sign up 24 hours ahead, please call. There may still be room.
The trainer will focus attention
Payment is due before you leave class. Cash or local checks are the only form of payment I am able to accept. For the sake of keeping things very simple, there are not currently any special rates or incentives.
Unlike most training programs, you will not be required to adhere to a strict 6-8 week program. Due to the
If you want or need a trainer signed obedience graduation certificate, please let me know and I will be happy to provide one upon completion of graduation requirements.