School 4 Dogs


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DOES YOUR DOG NEED A BEHAVIORAL THERAPIST OR A DOG TRAINER?

At K-9 City we do both…

The excitement of owning a dog can quickly turn into chaos. Your dog doesn’t do what you want, and you don’t know what to do. You need help. At K-9 City we understand the joys and frustrations of owning a dog. We provide you the effective tools & techniques to transform the chaos you are experiencing into the sweet companion you have always dreamed of.

One of the first questions clients often ask is how long their training will take. There are different answers revolving around the same general theme. The time in training will depend on the nature of your difficulties, your dog’s motivation to change, and how hard you are willing to work. The important thing to remember is that you and your dog are unique, and you cannot be compared to anyone else.

Here are some of the methods that are used in training. Each method is introduced in such a way that you can learn to use it on your own. There is not just one way of doing things. Different methods are introduced for different dogs with different issues. Some of the strategies that are especially useful include: knowing what the dog’s needs are, knowing what your needs are, planning strategies to use rewards and penalties in reference to behavioral goals. It is important to practice the skills you’ll learn in our school 4 Dogs. Remember that with 1 hour of training per week, there are 167 hours left in your weekly life so practice, practice, practice! For you to benefit the most from training, it is important that you make the commitment to come regularly (This applies to group classes as well as private sessions).

We offer assistance with how to choose the correct dog for your family. Once you have a dog we can help you with your new puppy, young dog, adult dog, or even an aggressive dog.

The best time to teach your dog not to chew up your leather shoes or engage in other “bad” dog behaviors is when you first adopt your dog, no matter what his age.


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    Puppies


    Puppy training begins at 8 weeks old. Your family represents a new team for your puppy. Let us show you how to bond while still setting boundaries.







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    Group Classes


    We offer beginner manners classes, advanced classes, off leash training, boundary control classes, agility classes, competition classes for CD, CDX & Utility.



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    Private Sessions


    Private Sessions is the supreme of all training. It allows us to customize a program that works for you. Private training can be done at your home, your place of work or our indoor facility for your convenience.


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    Daycare with
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    Have your dog spend the day with us playing with others under supervision and attending our school 4 dogs program where they receive some one on one individual training.



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    Boarding with
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    In-kennel training allows us to do the foundation work to the training while you are away on vacation or in your busy workday. We provide one-on-one training with your dog concentrating on your specific needs




    Specialty Training Classes



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    Agility Classes


    We offer beginner manners classes, advanced classes, off leash training, boundary control classes, agility classes, competition classes for CD, CDX & Utility.



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    Schutzhund Training


    Schutzhund training is a great way to teach your dog controlled protection and to let go on command, come back to you on command.




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