Are you wanting to sign up for training, but want to talk to the trainer? Do you want to see what package would work best for you and your pet? We offer a free 30 minute consultation to all new clients! In this session, I will talk to you personally, and evaluate your dog’s needs. Helping you pick a package that works best for you!

Going on vacation or need a break from your wild puppy? We offer a two week to a month program allowing your dog to stay in our facility! They will get one on one training time with our trainer, Monday-Friday.  We offer individual play and don’t charge extra for medications or supplements needed during your pets stay. You will be updated with custom report cards each day your pup is in training. Keeping you updated on how your pup is doing in our program! You will also have homework assignments to help better your understanding of what your pet is learning. This package allows for two private lessons with our trainer so you can learn how to use your dog’s new skills! 

Are you not going on vacation and can’t stand to think about not spending every day with your dog? But you don’t want them to be alone at home all day while you’re at work? Well, you’re in luck! We offer day training! Our training lessons and play time will help make your dog tired when they get home. So, both you and your dog can unwind on the couch. This program like the board and train program, offers training Monday-Friday. We also offer daily report cards and homework for owners with this program. This package allows for two private lessons with our trainer so you can learn how to use your dogs new skills!

We offer in your home private lessons. This program allows you to have customizable training for you and your pup. We offer one on one private sessions for six weeks. Like our day train and board and train programs, we have homework for our two-legged students to complete. Two-legged students are not required to be present for all sessions. But we do require them to be present for at least two sessions. 


Level 1 teaches your dog how fun it can be to follow commands and lays the groundwork for skills that are key in developing a well-mannered canine companion. You may be surprised at how readily your dog will learn new things — it’s all about consistency! Basic skills taught in Level 1 training include:

  • Sit (verbal and hand signals)
  • Down (verbal and hand signals)
  • Place
  • Holding Sit, Down, and Place
  • Coming when called
  • Intro to loose-leash walking

You’ll continue developing the skills you learned in Level 1 and begin introducing training exercises that are more challenging and useful in the real world. In Level 2, we’ll work on:

  • Eyes on Me
  • Leave It
  • Touch
  • Loose-Leash walking
  • Automatic Sit when stopping
  • Wait at Door (Me first)
  • Prerequisites

    Dogs must complete Level 1 training before advancing to Level 2.

Now that you’ve established a solid foundation, the skills your dog learned in previous classes will really start to shine in Level 3! At this level, we’ll start reinforcing reliability and working on more complex behaviors. Upon graduating Level 3, you will also be able to enroll in specialty classes. This class works on:

  • Holding Commands with distractions
  • Coming with distractions
  • Touch Tricks
  • Heeling


Dogs must complete Level 2 training before advancing to Level 3.

As you begin Level 4 training, you should feel excited about all you and your dog have accomplished together. It’s time to show off! During Level 4 training, you and your dog will work on polishing the skills learned in prior classes, and start practicing more challenging tasks, such as:

  • Holding Commands in high traffic areas
  • Proper Etiquette when meeting new people and animals
  • Off Leash Coming
  • Off Leash Heeling


Dogs must complete Level 3 training before advancing to Level 4.

Fun class to work on your dogs confidence and strengthen your bond. No prior classes are needed for this course but it is suggested you dog has basic obedience. You can pick six from the following list, or pick your own! Your dogs health, age, personality, and ability to do some of these tricks may vary.

  • Shake
  • Spin
  • Fetch
  • Roll Over
  • Sit Pretty
  • Kiss
  • Jump in Arms
  • Over
  • Crawl
  • Bow