Why Might Private Training Be a Better
Fit Than Group Training?
One size does NOT fit all. Every dog, every home, every owner is unique, with their own personalities, demands, and expectations. With private dog training, lessons are tailored to fit you and your dog’s specific needs. We can pace the lessons as slow or as fast as needed, and provide undivided attention to you both. That helps because you’ll never have to feel “left behind” or frustrated, like you might in a group class that’s moving too fast. If you've ever felt like you’re wasting time in a class that moves too slowly you'll be happy with private training and a pace that suits you and your dog.
Plenty of dogs struggle to remain calm and focused around other dogs, and they may not be ready for a group training session. A private dog trainer like Dion can minimize the distractions for dogs that can’t focus in high-stimulation environments or with other dogs around.
Whatever your needs, we work with dogs and their people on an individual basis to ensure that our students are as receptive to the lessons as possible and are facing new obstacles at just the right pace.
Who Should Get Private Dog Training?
Anyone who’s interested in building a bond of trust and dependability with their dog can benefit from working with a private trainer. We all love our dogs and want to give them the best of everything. Of all the best things you can give your dog however, is a series of private training sessions. These sessions teach your dog the "rules" or boundaries of your pack (family), and give them the security they seek in fitting into their place in the pack. Training can empower both owners and their dogs to tackle future challenges with security and confidence because they know how to respond rather than to simply react.
Private dog training lessons can provide the distraction-free, highly focused environment needed to get the most out of each training exercise. Contact us today to learn more or to get started.
What Can You Learn During Private
In our private training sessions, we teach the same skills as we do in our group settings, but we teach them at just the right pace for you and your dog. That includes (but is not limited to):
Most people seek out private dog trainers in order to build a solid foundation of basic training for their dogs. This basic training preps them for smooth, successful interactions with others. Private lessons also provide an opportunity to bond more closely with your dog, and that establishment of trust goes a long way in preparing for more advanced lessons later on.