Starting your puppy off on the right paw! Its very important that you lay the proper foundation of training when your dog is still very young, which will make it much easier to formally train your pup once they get older. You want to think about puppy training like kindergarten for children. You need to teach your pup their ABC’s, 123’s, sharing and potty training. These programs are for all pups 8 weeks to 5 or 6 months old. We will work on teaching your puppy what all the basic commands mean, proper socialization, housebreaking and relationship building. No matter the breed, issue or age, there is a program that will help you out with any issues you may be having with your new puppy!
The next step in your dog’s life can be difficult without the proper guidance. Sometimes, even with all the proper training as a puppy, once a dog turns about 5-6 months old they start to mature and might start testing their owners. We cover all your basic commands as well as house manners, off leash control and many behavioral issues such as human and/or dog aggression, territorial aggression, and possession aggression. We offer private lessons at your home or a board and train program in the trainer’s home followed up by private lessons. These programs are for dogs 5-6 months old and up.
Sometimes, life gets a little busy and your dog’s training may be put on the back burner for a while; or maybe your family is going through a big change. No matter what the reason is, if you feel like your dog’s training has gotten a little lose, or maybe some new behaviors have popped up that you don’t like, this is the program for you. The refresher programs are only for those who have trained their dog through one of Paw Pals’ other adult formal programs already.
Thank you so much for the training of my new puppies. You are fantastic.
Thank you for the excellent training to my 3 year old Bull dog. The commands you have showed me are working so well.
I love what you done with my German Shepard Logan. He is so on point. I cannot be any more pleased.