has shown that dog owners vary greatly in
what they want out of their lives with their
best friends. Some like to take their dogs
everywhere with them; on car rides,
into stores, and on adventures like
camping, hiking and even to Disneyland. For
others, the local dog park is considered an
adventure. Then there are those owners who
simply seek a companion they can go on walks
with around the neighborhood.
It is for this
reason that we created Phase Training. This
form of one-on-one personalized training
begins with an evaluation of the dog and
owner. The evaluation not only covers what
individual owners seek to achieve with their
pals, but also takes into account the fact
that dogs themselves are individuals. Given
that owners and dogs are all unique, it only
makes sense that dog-owner
relationships vary from one household to
you on an individual basis enables us to be
very comprehensive with our Phase Training.
We cover a lot of ground in just a few
sessions, so to help ensure that you stay on
track, we present you with custom
documentation tailored specifically for you
and your dog as we move through each phase.
heavily on psychology throughout the program
because we want you to have a thorough
understanding of everything. After all, if
you don't know why we teach
what we teach, or when
and how to apply which
techniques, your training won't be
effective. If you think it sounds like we
teach you to be a dog trainer, you're right,
because that's exactly what we do!
So that we can
help your dog understand that your commands
are expected to be heeded regardless of
where you happen to be or what distractions
might be present, Phase Training sessions
are conducted in different environments.
We'll vary the sessions between your home,
out in public, and/or in our training
comes in two flavors; 3-Phase and 6-Phase.
With the 3-Phase program, we cover all the
basics such as not jumping up, not mouthing,
etc., and you can expect your dog to become
solid in basic obedience including walking
in a Heel position by your side, staying put
when you say "Stay", and more.
6-Phase program goes to the next level, such
as your dog performing commands remotely.
For example, if your buddy somehow gets out
of the back yard and you discover him across
the street, the last thing you want is
for him to cross the street again, even if
it is to come back to you, because you risk
him getting hit by a car even if his
intentions are good. It would be better if
he sits right where he is and waits for you
to go get him. We can also work with you on more
advanced training techniques.
table below summarizes the differences
between Phase Training and Group Training
Group Training Classes
Course material includes common
Comprehensive training program is tailored to meet your
Group training focuses on everyone as a group
One-on-one training focuses
specifically on you and your dog
Structured weekly progression
Progress at your own pace;
program can also be modified as
More material is covered in each
phase than can be covered in a
Includes telephone consultations,
Address specific issues -
destructive behavior, etc.
Work with reactive, non-social,
or aggressive dogs
Stage scenarios to simulate
Can address issues occurring at
"Proof" commands to solidify
To find out more about
how we can help you,
contact us today.