Let me lighten your load & do the training for you!

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Love your dog but not so fascinated with the training process? Investing in Day Training could be the perfect solution. Fast and effective, this program will teach your dog all the lessons he needs to fit in with your lifestyle--nothing more, nothing less.  And since I'm the one doing the training your dog or puppy will learn in weeks what might take you months or even a lifetime!  Here's how it works...

Step One: Initial 90 minute meeting and management session. 

During our first session, I meet with you to offer immediate management solutions to common behavior frustrations. Together we choose a Day Training package that suits your personal goals and needs. 

Step Two: Lessons between me and your dog! 

Day training lessons are generally set up while you're working or out of the house. These 50 minute sessions involve my working with and strengthening each lesson in a variety of situations and environments.

Step Three:  Transfer sessions.

Each week to ten days, I meet with you to transfer the lessons that your dog has learned. These hour-long lessons are detailed in review sheets and video reminders. 

Step Four: Follow-up review.

These lessons are set up one to two months later to support you and your dog.

Optional: Fine tuning.

Monthly or seasonal lessons can be arranged to make sure you and your dog continue living happily ever after! 

 Day Training Packages include

  • Puppy Socialization & Lesson Time
  • Basic Lessons for Rescues & Dogs
  • Problem Resolution
  • Life Unleashed!  Off leash lessons and advanced moves including agility fun, early scent detection, pet therapy, free-style and more.

DON'T FEEL GUILTY HIRING AN EXPERT TO TRAIN YOUR DOG.  

DONE PROFESSIONALLY, YOUR DOG CAN MAKE LEAPS IN A FEW SHORT WEEKS!


“ Our dogs have always been just like extra people in our house, but Sarah’s been key in helping us understand where they’re coming from when they act up and teaching us how to give the right amounts of love and direction they expect and need from us.”
— Erin H.