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The goal of our training programs is to help you learn how to direct your dog in the most effective ways. We give you the ability to get your dog’s attention through clear communication with the dog. This creates a positive and lasting relationship, increasing the bond that you and your dog have together. We want to help your dog learn and become confident, happy and secure.
Taking your dog to training classes at K9 Resort & Spa isn't only about learning how to train your dog, it's so much more. It also means having a happy canine friend who pays attention, walks near you on or off the leash, sits when you ask him to sit, and hangs out politely while you enjoy a meal with your friends.
Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT)
K9 Resort & Spa's Behavior Adjustment Training (BAT) for dogs is a unique dog training system that works to teach both the dog owner and dog new habits. Dog owners are taught how to recognize the body signals that predicts unwanted behavior such as pulling on the leash, barking, growling, lunging, etc. At the same time, dogs are taught to move away from distractions before they become fearful, angry or frustrated. In essence, Behavior Adjustment Training teaches the dog how to make the “Right Choice.”
Classes are offered in private and semi-private participation in 6 week periods.
Problem Solving Training
K9 Resort & Spa's Problem Solving Training for dogs is focused on dogs with “Bad Manners," such as Jumping Up, Leash Pulling, Excessive Barking, etc. Problem Solving Training is a 4-week program of private classes focused on “problems” as defined by the dog owner. Sessions can take place at your home, the dog park, or other venues agreed upon with our animal behaviorist-professional dog trainer to be best suited for the issues being addressed.
Classes offered in private and semi-participation in 4 week periods.
Training gives your dog greater freedom. When taught to come when called, your dog will get to spend more time off leash. If your dog is taught to leave food on the table alone, he or she can stay nearby during meals. Training also reduces frustration because when you ask your dog to do something he’s been taught to do, he knows what you want.
Training adds to a greater relationship between you and your dog. It is about being with one another and sharing experiences, so time spent together in training strengthens your bond.