Private lessons are a great way to work individually with a trainer to address your dog's specific needs. They are also a great alternative to weekly group classes as scheduling is more flexible and the environment can be kept quiet for nervous dogs.
Private lessons are a great option to work with a trainer one on one to achieve your goals. Curriculum can be customized specifically to the areas you are wanting to improve to see a significant change in a short period of time.
Most problem behaviors such as potty training, reactive barking, and nipping are very different among individual dogs. Private lessons allow a trainer to assess the root cause of your dog's specific behaviors and provide individualized guidance for improvement.
Our training team has been carefully selected to bring unique skills to help a wide variety of dogs. The first step in our program is a new client consultation where we can decide which trainer would be the best fit for your dog. Schedule your consultation appointment with a trainer below.
Arwen Price specializes in performance sport dogs and helping dogs become well mannered family members. Private lessons with her can focus on sports training such as agility, barn hunt, rally, or can be for pet obedience and manners. Problem behaviors she addresses include leash pulling, jumping up, potty training.
Dr. Kristina Pattison specializes in behavior modification. If you are looking for help with aggression issues, reactivity, resource guarding, separation anxiety, or other significant behavior problems, she is available to help.
Maggie Kudla has been training dogs for over 5 years. She competes with her own dogs in agility, rally, disc, and competition obedience and has experience working with MD Dogs training diabetic alert service work. Maggie trains dogs in our board and train and camp programs and offers private lessons on Thursdays and Saturdays