The first year of ever dog’s life is a most impactful and important one for various reasons, so it’s important we learn what we need to learn to teach, guide, and develop them. Equipping and setting everyone up ahead of time is far easier than behavior modification down the road (and much less stressful!).
Our first basic puppy program (for puppies 10 – 16 weeks) includes:
: (4) 1 hour private sessions covering: our puppy home management system, teaching *effective* communication, getting the pup familiar with his or her name, certain rules and boundaries (this will differ from household to household), basic manners, familiarizing the pup with the leash and starting on the basics of structured walking, in-home etiquette, and crate and house training (puppies have very short attention spans, so best to train in very short increments with a lot of breaks in between).
Contact us with any questions and inquiries at all!
“Kimberly Artley is a godsend. Her methods don’t just include the dog either. She has worked closely with us, answering all of our texts and emails with patience and informative guidance. Kimberly has been our best investment and I cannot recommend her enough. She has done what we thought was impossible: taken away a timid, obsessive dog and returned a confident, calm dog that no longer thinks our cat is the devil himself. She’s taken the hope we had for a happy fur-family and made it into a reality. A reality that involves work from us but work that we’re more than happy to put in based on the return we’re getting.”
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