Board and train
Don’t have time to train your dog? We can help!
Board and Trains are one of the most popular training options in the busy world we live in today! Your dog can live in our professional dog trainers’ home and be treated like part of the family. Your dog will learn specific
and life skills that address your dog’s unique training needs all while keeping your dog feeling like they are at home! In addition to formal training, your dog will also learn how to be a courteous k9 in day to day life.
Perhaps you have a new puppy and you are dreading potty training? Tired of all the “naughty” behaviors your pup may be exhibiting such as: unwanted chewing, chasing, stealing your food or clothing items, biting you,
needing proper introduction to nail trims and handling, socialization around well-mannered, trained and stable dogs, etc. or maybe you are dreaming about having that well-trained dog but are unsure you have time to train them to
their fullest potential!
Maybe you have a dog that really needs some help with house manners such as they are jumping up all over you and your guests when coming home, jumping up on your counters, begging or stealing food at the dinner table,
or simply needing to learn how to relax while you are home!
Or possibly you are envious of the well-trained dogs who can be off-leash and be well-mannered in public places and you want the same!
Board & Trains are customized programs designed to help you reach your goals with your dog.
- Fill out the Training Registration form (found below) to prioritize what skills you want your dog to learn. When your dog is living with one of our trainers, we will look at your prioritized skills, assess where your dog is at, and the behaviors they display while they are with us. Then we will customize their program to work on a foundation that will set them up for the most success.
- While they are in a board & train program, Monday-Friday, they will be brought to the facility for daycare or day training, and then brought home each night to one of our trainer's personal homes.
- While they are at a trainer's home, they will be interacting and playing with the trainer's dogs, but not allowed to harrass them. They will also work on basic house manners such as potty training, and not jumping on counters!