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Private In-Home Puppy Training

What we offer is a complete puppy training program that takes place in your puppy's natural environment. Our training starts with the fundamentals that help you introduce your new puppy to your home, and continues until your puppy becomes your ideal companion.

The program covers:

  • What actions you need to take

  • When you need to take them

  • Why it's important to take them

By receiving training in their own environment, your puppy can quickly adapt to new experiences and become a well-behaved member of your household.


Training modules:

Module 1

Getting off to a good start

At the age of 8-10 weeks, many new puppy owners bring home their furry companion. This is a crucial period in your pup's life, during which they should learn the essentials, such as their name, good manners at home, basic commands, and early socialization.

To ensure your puppy gets off to a good start, focus on:

  • Housebreaking

  • Crate training

  • Basic obedience (sit and come)

  • Luring

  • Socialization with family and friends

  • Teaching name recognition and engagement

  • Managing your puppy's behavior, including house lead and interactions with other pets.

Module 2

Up and Running

Once your pup is between 10-12 weeks old, it's time to build upon their foundational training by focusing on additional commands, socialization, and impulse control.

To get your puppy up and running, consider the following:

  • Advanced obedience training, including "place," "down," and "heel" commands

  • Introducing leash walking

  • Socialization desensitization techniques

  • Teaching impulse control, such as "wait"

  • Starting threshold training

  • Teaching food etiquette and manners around mealtime.

Module 3

Expanding the Fundamentals

3-4 Months Old

Your puppy is starting to grow up quickly and you can start to work in more duration to the commands they’ve learned.

  • Introduce Stay and Leave-It commands

  • Extend the duration of sit and stay commands

  • Leash training (Heal)

  • Extend Socialization (Vetted dogs)

  • Introduce structured play

Module 4

Dream Puppy in Training

To achieve your goal of having a dream puppy, it's important to train your puppy outside of the home and in public spaces, as well as continue to socialize them with other dogs and people. Additionally, you can further expand on their commands and reinforce their impulse control.

To achieve your dream puppy, you should:

  • Extend the distance, duration, and distractions during commands

  • Begin long leash training

  • Continue socializing your puppy with other dogs and people

  • Begin using alternate rewards in training sessions

  • Work on improving impulse and threshold training techniques to reinforce good behavior.

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