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6163 W Forest Home Ave, Milwaukee, WI 53220
Love to enjoy all the greatness of our classes but would prefer more convenient, 1-on-1 attention? This program is perfect for busy families or someone who would just like some individual attention.
In addition to the programs listed below, we can also create a customized program just for you!
Contact us to learn more or to schedule an evaluation!
*A consultation and evaluation is required before starting any private training program
Looking to be actively involved in the training process, and love personal attention? Then canine coaching is for you!
Through these private training programs, we will guide you through the process of training your dog in the comfort of your home. This traditional approach to private training, we show you how to teach your dog new cues and behaviors, then you work with your dog in various settings to make them more reliable.
Manners Unlimited Program
This program is for the family that wants the absolute best training experience. Completely individual attention on you and your dog, more direct practice from us, and more cues makes training easier to maintain, and gives you peace of mind for long term success.
Imagine having the dog of your dreams. A dog that listens to you in every situation... Inside, outside, in public, when you have company... A dog that amazes your friends with listening and good manners.
This program also includes unlimited "refresher" lessons.. anytime you want to teach your dog something new, we'll get together and teach it!
We'll also work together on:
Meeting and greeting people and dogs
Neutral response - teaching your dog to observe but not react to surroundings when necessary
Training in public areas so that your dog listens around distractions
Still get the undivided attention and convenience of training at home while adding in some outside work to help you strengthen the reliability of cues in a distracting environment.
Left: Cooper has a hard time when people want to pet him on the head, so we taught him an alternative behavior that when you say "say hi", he puts his head in your hand for you to scratch under his chin instead.
Right: Mink is showing off her "leave it" skills