Types of Training
Dog Training Near Me and You!
Two types of dog training for you and your dog.
Private & Group Classes
Private Training is customized to the client’s needs. It is typically done at the clients’ home or at a park. Jenn is extremely knowledgeable in the field of animal training and pet services. She uses positive reinforcement methods and teaches you, the owner how to train your dog. She works with clients who have young puppies who need assistance with nuisance behavior such as biting, potty training, and jumping. She will teach you how to establish a safe and positive environment in your home where you can correctly train your new puppy or dog to behave like an exceptional member of the family. Jenn has plenty of experience dealing with other difficult behaviors such as separation anxiety or dog aggression. She patiently works through these difficult problems using safe and effective behavior modification methods. Her pack family consists of her two dogs Nina and Mojo plus her two small children. She can easily help get your furry friend ready for the arrival of your new baby or help teach your children how to train their family pet with you.
Group Classes consist of Obedience Education Class and Canine Good Citizen (CGC class) and are held for 1 hour a week for 5 consecutive weeks with no more than 10 dogs and their owners. Classes are held at an indoor dog park in Hillcrest. The owner will learn the basic steps to build a foundation for future training and establish your leadership.
Obedience Education: You will learn to train your dog using positive reinforcement methods. This class will educate the owner how to correctly train your dog in a fun and positive atmosphere. You will learn important and useful cues such as sit, down, stay, come, leave it, and loose leash walking.
Canine Good Citizen, CGC Class: Jenn is a CGC evaluator for The American Kennel Club. In this class she prepares and teaches the dog and owner what the important aspects is to be a well-behaved dog in the community. This certification is needed for most Therapy dog groups. The curriculum follows the 10 step test. At the end of class you and your dog will be tested following the AKC rules and upon passing will be able to receive your CGC certificate from the AKC.