Dog Training

Home training allows you and your dog to focus on each other and work in the dog’s normal environment. You can focus on things you particularly want your dog to learn.

Basic Obedience

Obedience exercises are important for all dogs, especially high-energy breeds that need mental stimulation as well as physical exercise. Simple behaviors like sit, down, stay, come, and leave it are essential for a well-behaved pet.


If you aren’t sure you are doing things correctly, a professional dog trainer can help get your household on track.

Leash walking

A dog is much more likely to hurt itself or others if out of control on leash. Pulling on the leash makes it harder to hold onto the dog, so dropping the leash is more likely. A dog who is untrained to walk on leash is more likely to become frustrated, which can lead to leash reactivity.

Behavior Modification

Behavior modification is a treatment approach for changing the undesirable behaviors that your dog exhibits. Behavior modification can address a broad range of issues and is designed to meet the specific needs of each dog and household.