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Dog training comes with a lot of questions. And we have a lot of answers! Take a look below at our most frequently asked questions and concerns. If your question isn't listed, I'd be happy to chat! Head on over to our contact page and we'll be in touch to assist you.

  • What vaccines do you require?
    I require proof of vaccine records (prior to arrival) for the following vaccines: Rabies, DHLPP, and Bordetella.
  • What will my dog eat?
    You will be required to provide your own dog food and his favorite treats in a plastic container. If you're unsure of what to feed your dog, I highly recommend Victor dog food!
  • Where will my dog stay?
    Your dog will stay with me at my home where we will implement a structured home routine. Your dog will sleep in a properly fitted crate provided by Wild Dogs.
  • How often will my dog be trained?
    Your dog will get two training sessions a day. The length of those training sessions will be completely dependent on the dogs learning abilities and training needs.
  • Can I visit my dog?
    We do not offer visits during our training programs. In order to build trust with your dog, we have to develop our own relationship with them and if owners visit too often, that can effect the training process for your dog.
  • Will I get updates on my dog throughout the process?
    Yes, of course! You will receive three updates a week taking place on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays. These updates will consist of pictures, videos, and progress reports on what they have learned during training.
  • What do I need to bring?
    Not much! Please be sure to bring enough food for your dog’s stay in a plastic container along with their food bowl from home. We have everything else covered!
  • What equipment do you use?
    We use treats, clickers, slip collars, Starmark collars, prong collars, and Ecollars.
  • What training method do you use?
    We use balanced training methods which means we believe in teaching the dogs what they should and should not do. We teach “yes” and “no.”
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