Adult Dogs

(2 years and older)

From basic obedience, to behavior modification, there are many aspects to helping adult dogs and their human.   

Can’t teach old dog new tricks?  This isn’t actually true, it simply takes much more patience, understanding, and repetition.  You would be surprised how many of them really enjoy the process!   

Here are a few examples of serious behaviors that can be successfully modified or managed:

  • Over excitement
  • Resource guarding
  • General Anxiety
  • Separation Anxiety
  • Food aggression
  • Territorial aggression
  • Prey drive
  • Leash pulling
  • Fear
  • Mild aggression
  • Jumping on people

Pricing

Please call and the trainer will assess what type and how much training your dog will need, depending your specific situation.   

À la carte single hour:  $100(generally only sold as a follow-up session)

Package of three hours: $290

Package of five hours: $450

Serious Situations

When things have been let go for a long time, hope can seem a distant memory.  Problems such as separation anxiety, resource guarding and so on, can be overwhelming.  These situations require a clear, methodical, and patient approach.  Which means time constraints of “by the hour” training, are not a good solution.  We offer a Pay Per Visit approach, which gives the owner, trainer, and dog plenty of time to address specific issues.

The first visit will be the longest, and most in-depth.  The trainer will establish a positive working relationship with the dog.  From there, help defuse any stress triggers that are causing the problem to begin with, and build a clear path for the owner and dog to start their new journey to recovery.

Pay per visit schedule is $400 for the first visit.
– The first visit generally lasts on average, between three and five hours.  The amount of time spent will often be set by the situation.  We will never push the dog past its learning, and/or stress threshold.   

Subsequent visits are only $100 per session, and there is never a time limit. 
– Follow-up visits usually last around two hours. The amount of time spent will often be set by the situation.  We will never push the dog past its learning, and/or stress threshold.

Be sure to exercise your dog thoroughly before any visit.