Dog training questions we get asked often

What are the most popular types of dog training programs?

The main types of dog training programs include on-leash training, socialization, behavior modification, and advanced off-leash obedience training.

Can you explain on-leash training?

On-leash dog training involves keeping the dog on a leash throughout the training sessions. It’s designed to teach dogs basic obedience commands such as sit, down, stay, heel, and come, making it a foundational approach to discipline and behavior training.

What is off-leash training?

Off-leash dog training is designed to allow the dog to move freely without a leash. This advanced training method teaches obedience commands and ensures the dog remains well-behaved even without direct physical control. Commands taught include sit, down, stay, come, heel, and place, among others.

How long does it take for on-leash and off-leash training at your facility?

For on-leash obedience, the training duration ranges from 7 to 14 days. Advanced off-leash obedience training usually takes 21 to 30 days. Training timeframes can vary depending on how receptive your dog is to the program. 

Is it possible to board dogs at your facility during their training?

Yes, boarding dogs at our facility for the duration of their training program is recommended and available. It ensures a consistent training environment and routine.

Do you have trained dogs for sale?

Yes, we offer dogs that have been previously trained. These dogs are ready to integrate into their new homes with their training already in place.

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