When Should I Start Training?

Right away! The sooner you learn the correct methods, the faster you can communicate with your dog and get the desired behaviors.

Training a younger puppy is easier; habits (both good and bad) can be formed in as little as 2-3 weeks. As soon as you get a new dog or puppy, whether you know it or not, training has already begun. So the sooner you start teaching your new family member – the better!

Ideally, training would start with an In-Home Visit the first week or two after getting a new puppy or adult dog. Training will be a breeze once you learn our methods and create the right environment for success! Follow-up visits, Group classes, and even Online Coaching can help with socialization and any problem areas that arise and will help to maintain follow-through.

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