Does your dog have trouble calming down inside? Does your dog get constantly distracted in public and ignore you? Are you being dragged by your dog when they are on lead? Consider one of our board and train programs. By combining physical and mental exercise around the home and in public you can have a calmer, more balanced dog. Our board and train programs fill up well in advance so make sure to reserve your spot. 

Programs:

2 Week Board and Train- Expectations: Your dog will be able to be more relaxed in the home and be more focused in public on lead. Your dog will learn sit, down, stay, here, place, wait, and loose leash walking.

We have one opening left for our April 26th - May 9th session

Price: $550 ($250/week. Price also includes training collar and place bed.) 

 

4 Week Board and Train- Expectations: This is our most popular program. Your dog will be able to be more relaxed in the home and be more focused in public on lead. Your dog will learn sit, down, stay, here, place, wait, and loose leash walking.

Additionally, your dog will be able to safely experience the joys of off leash freedom by utilizing an e-collar.  This program also allows for more time to focus on more distractions and solidifying obedience in your home and in public. 

We have one opening left for our April 26th - May 23rd session

Price: $1200 ($250/week + e-collar. Price also includes training collar and place bed.)

 

Private Lessons for Basic Obedience- Expectations- To give you the tools to train your own dog in the basics of obedience. While we will begin with loose leash walking and sit, the ultimate goal will be to progress to where your dog is proficient in all basic commands and can be reinforced with an e-collar for off leash freedom. 

To get more information please contact me using the form below or call me at 805-234-7142.

About The Trainer:

Nichole Buckley-Warkentin

I use a balanced training approach utilizing reward and correction to teach your dog to make correct choices. Training is about consistency, communication and repetition, and a large part of what I do is to teach you, the owner, how to maintain your dogs training once they are home. I am always available for advice and support to ensure that you and your dog both succeed with your training goals.

I got my start with formal dog training working with dogs for waterfowl hunting, and still do a great deal of field training with our personal dogs. As any hunt trainer will tell you, obedience is the foundation of everything. You can’t truly progress your dog to more advanced training if the obedience is not solid.

This obedience is the same if your dog is training to work in the field or is simply a companion and well loved pet. We use the same methods to train pet dogs of all breeds that we use to train our field dogs when they begin obedience.