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Dog Training / Basic K-9 Obedience...

Our team of dog trainers has a variety of techniques and tools to make you successful in any situation. We’ll design a program to meet the specific needs of you and your dog, regardless of his issues, age or breed.

 

7 Week Group Class Basic K9 Obedience. ($100 Deposit, deducted from total price)
$650.00 (no equipment) or
$725.00 (with equipment: choke chain, 15ft training leash, 6ft leather leash)

 

You can choose either an 7 week class in Newbury Park or Moorpark.

Tuesday Night Training Group is located in Newbury Park, CA, in Ventura County.

Wednesday Night Training Group is located in Moorpark, CA, in Ventura County.

BASIC OBEDIENCE AND PUPPY TRAINING DURING DAYCARE

10 TRAINING SESSIONS $300 (DAYCARE PRICE NOT INCLUDED.)

A FULL DAY OF DAYCARE MUST BE PURCHASED FOR EACH TRAINING SESSION.

DROP OFF YOUR PUP BY 11 AM FOR DAYCARE AND TRAINING. 

PLEASE EMAIL ANN@DOGGYDENBOARDING.COM FOR MORE INFO AND TO SIGN UP FOR DAYCARE TRAINING.

Private Training: $125/Hour.

Private Training offered at our Newbury Park or Moorpark location.

Board & Train: Starting At $210/Day Plus Boarding Fee - 2 Week Minimum Required

(Only in Newbury Park Location) - Potty Training Is An Extra Fee.

 

AKC CGC Testing $35.00 (+ $20 to AKC)
AKC AGCA Testing $35.00 (+ $20 to AKC)

 

During this course, your dog will learn:

  • On and Off lease heeling

  • Recall of your dog

  • Finish of your dog

  • Sit

  • Sit Stay (up to 3 min)

  • Down

  • Down Stay (up to 3 min)

  • Not to pull (walking in the heeling pocket)

  • Not to jump up

  • And more....

Is your dog trained?

I frequently receive calls from pet owners who already have a

"trained" dog.    Take this simple quiz.

  • Can your dog walk past other pets with out pulling or outbursts?

  • Does your dog come to you reliably off leash, Every Time?

  • Can you request your pet to "down" successfully?

  • Will your pet respond to you when distractions are present?

  • Can your dog greet your guests WITHOUT jumping, barking,

      crotch sniffing, or aggressive behavior?

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