Programs and Pricing

Have the dog you want, not the dog you have.

What is the best program for you? 

 What is the best program for my dog? Here are the top 5 questions and the answers I give. 

1.What is the most popular program?

By far, the most popular program is the board and train program. The reason for this is simple. It is much easier to manage a trained, focused dog. When the dog has been with us for an extended period of time, the dog knows what to do. It is now just a matter of teaching the owners what to do. It is much easier, and less frustrating to learn how to work with a clam dog, that knows its stuff.  

  1. Why is the board and train program so popular? 

When dogs are with us for extended periods of time, they have practiced their commands hundreds, if not thousands of times. This means, when you come to pick your dog up, you are taking home a dog that already knows what to do. It is much easier for an owner to work with a dog that already knows its stuff and is focused 100% on them. As opposed to a dog that is focused on everything but the owner. 

  1. How do I know how long of a program my dog needs? 

The simple answer is, the longer the dogs is with us, the better the dog is when it goes home. If you have time to do more work at home, do a shorter program. 

  1. If you recommend board and trains, why do you offer private sessions?

Some people have the time, and really want to work one on one with their dog. We do one on one sessions for these folks. It may take a little longer to achieve the same results as our board and train program, but the dogs that go through our private sessions also get amazing results.

  1. Is there a guarantee?

Although it is impossible to offer a guarantee on a living, breathing, thinking creature, we do have unlimited follow up sessions for bard and train clients. There is never a charge for these sessions, and they are in place to help you throughout your dog’s life. 

Regardless of the program you choose, you will see results. I recommend you look at your goals, look at the amount of time you have to spend with your pup, and start there. You dog will be better with any program you choose.