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"My husband and I found a rescue dog that we fell in love with immediately. Pepper is very smart and energetic, but did not follow commands. After Jennifer's training program, Pepper has really settled down and does what I ask of him. Jennifer's approach is to take into account both the dog's personality as well as the family's and make it work for them. This customized program is a winner all around. I highly recommend Jennifer and 3 Dog Training."
Ellen, Pepper's Owner
People often wonder when the best time is to start training their puppy. Training should take place immediately. Don't wait for bad behavior to occur before you call a trainer. Knowing what to do as your puppy grows and transitions from one stage to another will help you avoid future problems.
Beginning In-Home Puppy Session
A 2 hour session to go over all puppy basics, including housebreaking, crate training, health, puppy proofing, socialization, how to play properly, setting up a schedule, beginning training, personality evaluation, chewing, biting and more.
Once your puppy is around 4 months old, a 6 week basic obedience course can be set up to help your puppy master basic skills such as heel, sit, down, stay, wait, come, drop, leave it, off and more.
Puppy Kindergarten/Socialization Class
4 weekly one-hour sessions that include basic puppy training tips as well as play time and socializing with other puppies in a safe, sanitized environment.
** These classes are currently on hold. **
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