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  • Writer's pictureNikki Vanderbeke

Start your puppy off right

Destructive puppy

Puppies are adorable and wonderful and they melt our hearts. Until they chew up our shoes. Or have us step into a puddle of pee first thing in the morning. Or they can't stop barking at us to play with them, while we're on an important phone call.

Guess what? You don't have to put up with that! You can start training puppies right from the start. You don't have to be one of the many dog owners who seek out a dog trainer when they have a 6 month old dog that knows how to sit, but jumps up, barks and pulls on a leash. Start your pup off right and prevent all of those bad behaviors. What a dog doesn't learn, he doesn't have to unlearn later on.

Puppies playing
Great Dane and Aussie puppy at play

This is why we have created our Puppy Training Program. You sign up for one month, and every weekday we come to your house to work with your cute little puppy. So your pup gets someone to take them potty and play with them while you're at work, and you get a better behaved puppy.

How does it work? We first come to your home to meet you and your pup. After the home visit, you receive a clear and easy plan to follow, to help you be an active partner in the training process. We want to make sure we are a team when it comes to training your puppy.

Every weekday we stop by to work with your dog, you will receive a check-in, photos and an update through our GPS tracker. We answer any questions you may have, the how's, why's and everything else in between. Any specific training goals you have, will be addressed and worked on. We only use positive reinforcement training, so your puppy will think we stop by every day for fun and food.

Puppy Training
Sit/Stay with a 10 week old puppy

After one month, you will have a puppy that loves to play with its owners. The game being obedience! You will have an attentive dog and a clear understanding of the do's and don'ts when it comes to raising puppies. Because as we all know, dog training always boils down to training the owners.


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