Private Dog Training Lessons
Our private dog training programs specialize in behavior modification, problem solving and positive obedience guidance for dogs eight weeks and older. At Dog’s Day Out we help you train your dog with one-on-one guidance by using science based, positive reinforcement dog training methods that involve gentle techniques for your pup.
Private Dog Training is Ideal For:
- People with fluctuating or busy schedules who are having a hard time scheduling their dog into a group class.
- People with reactive dogs or dogs with behavioral issues such as aggression towards people and/or other animals.
- People whose dogs are “between” classes or missed getting into a specific group class such as Puppy Pounce or Difficult Dog.
- People with dogs that have specific issues not normally covered in a group class.
Because each dog is different, we take care to approach each private dog training session based on your dog’s temperament and what will work best for him and YOU. We begin each private session by taking a full behavioral history, evaluating the dog’s behavior and then create an appropriate training plan to cover the needs and expectations of the owner. The sessions will vary to suit your family, the dog’s temperament, environment and what you want and need from your dog.
Private dog training lessons and evaluations are available on-site at our Ballard and Georgetown locations as well as in your own home (within a limited area).
In-home dog training areas include: Ballard, Magnolia, Fremont, Greenwood, Green Lake, Queen Anne, Georgetown, West Seattle and select areas near or in between. Additional costs may be applied for distance. Both types (on-site and in-home) of one-on-one training will focus on the specific needs of your dog, ranging from management, basic obedience skills and leash work all the way to more serious reactivity and aggression issues.
Phone Consultations are also available from any location for $1/minute.
New Dog/Puppy Selection Consultations are available for people looking to get a new dog. In this 45 minute session we will go through a variety of questions to narrow down your search. We will also give you suggestions for what type of dog would be best for your household. Danette is also available to evaluate specific dogs you may be interested in adopting.
Please feel free to contact us for more information and questions on areas served.
On-site and in-home rates for consultation and private dog training can be found on our rates and services tab.
How do I sign up? For more information, please contact us by phone 206-706-4875 or email Danette at firstname.lastname@example.org.