Often, my client’s are quite surprised at the quick results achieved during the consultation, and the effectiveness of private, in-home training.

We will review and implement a workplan which I will prepare for you in advance. This is based on your own personal “dog profile” and stage in your dog’s development. During the initial home visit, we will address your training needs and identify underlying issues. All questions will be answered and we will get right to work with your dog!


Puppies learn from their littermates through play, and through socialization with other dogs and humans. Most breeders place their pups between 7 and 10 weeks, which is the optimal time for pups to bond with their new owners. During the next several months,the pups are especially sensitive to traumatic experience and poor handling. It is extremely important that socializing exercises and exposure to your home and surrounding area is safe for your puppy.

You will learn how to address common puppy problems such as house training, chewing, nipping, jumping, etc.


Small dogs enter adolescence before larger dogs. A juvenile pup turns into a juvenile delinquent as early as 12 weeks.

Once a pup enters adolescence, you have a whole new attitude. It is important to understand why, and establish acceptable behavior patterns.


Generally, dogs enter puberty at approximately 6 months, and are ready for more formal and advanced obedience training.

All basic commands and exercises will be covered. Including heel on leash, automatic sit, down, stay, and early recall work. These basic obedience commands can be established in just a few sessions.


You will develop a stronger bond with your dog through more advanced exercises and off-leash work. All basic exercises as set by Canadian Kennel Club Standards for “Companion Dog Title” are covered including:

  • heel on leash & figure eight
  • automatic sit
  • long sit
  • long stay
  • recall
  • present and finish
  • stand for examination


Common problems include fear/aggression to people and/or dogs, territorial, reactivity, barking, destruction, separation anxiety, and house-soiling.

Do you have multiple dogs in your household? Canine rivalry can lead to infighting, serious injury or worse.