Beginner Obedience Training Grandville MI
Basic Obedience Starter Package
The Basic Obedience Package
Basic Obedience Curriculum
“Come,” “Sit,” and “Extended Sit.”
“Down” and “Extended Down.”
“Place” and “Extended Place.” They will sit on aspecific location that you point to (chair, park bench, etc)
“Out.” To drop any and all things you ask them to.
“Loose Leash Walking.” They will walk right beside of you on a leash
“Off.” Do not jump on me or anyone else.
**Extended sit, down, and place means your dog will REMAIN in the down, sit, or place position until YOU tell them to “break” (release them).
Basic and Advanced Obedience Package
Bring Off Leash K9 Training To You With In Home Training
Basic and Advanced Obedience In Home (8 private lessons): $1500.00 (or 4 monthly payments of $495.00)
2 Week Board and Train Program
This 2-week program is a program which focuses on practical, everyday obedience that is completed with a high level of precision, outside, off-leash, with distractions! This program provides a little bit of everything, including manners and socialization (dogs and people). All behaviors are taught with high-level distraction proofing. This program offers the following:
Sit and Extended Sit (Dog remains in position until released)
Down and Extended Down
Loose Leash and Off-Leash Walking
Come on command (outside, off-leash, with distractions)
Greeting Manners (not jumping)
Waiting politely at doors and gates (wait when they are opened until you release them)
Waiting politely for meals (wait until they are released)
Training with distractions (dogs and people)
Place and Extended Place (Jump up and sit on any object you point to on command and stay there until released)
Heel Command (off-leash, will come around the right side of your body and sit down right beside of your left leg).
The total price of this 2-week intensive package $2400.00 (or 6 payments of $400.00).
After completion of the training, owner will be provided with a 2 hour one-on-one session which will detail everything their companion does, how to handle them, and how to properly control them.