We offer private lessons and group classes for dogs and puppies in real-life manners and nose work. Our methods are friendly and rewards-based for both humans and dogs.
Contact us today to get started with dog training.
Sign up your dog up for a group class.
One-on-one instruction for your dog.
BOARD & TRAIN
Commit to 14 fun-filled stay away lessons for your dog.
Nose work lets dogs engage their natural scenting abilities in a fun and rewarding search endeavor.
With the right foundation and continued training, any dog can do nose work.
Join me in Introduction to Nose Work group classes, or supplement your private lessons with nose work games at home.
I’m on the path to certification through the National Association of Canine Scent Work (NACSW), and I welcome your support.
Think about how your puppy views the world. Your couch? One huge chew toy. Your coffee table? An excellent platform from which to survey the room.
Puppies are full of surprises. Prepare your puppy for a full, happy life – and engage his amazing brain as soon as you bring him home.
Certified Therapy Dog Training
Share your dog’s joyful personality with children or adults in nursing homes, hospitals, and rehabilitation facilities.
Therapy dogs brighten lives every day. Let me help you prepare your dog for this valuable community service.
Your adult dog can develop the skills to become a reliable service dog and trustworthy partner. I can help service dog puppies get off to the right start, too.
Because each service dog team has a unique relationship, the training process varies. Your dog’s personality and training history and your physical requirements and abilities will have an impact on how often we work together, and how long it will take.
Canine Good Citizen
The American Kennel Club's Canine Good Citizen program is recognized as the gold standard for dog behavior. In CGC, dogs who pass the 10-step CGC test can earn a certificate and/or the official AKC CGC title. Teach your adult dog how to live in a human world, including:
I live in Wellington, Florida, where I train in dressage as an adult amateur.
I don’t miss many Friday Night freestyles or Saturday nights at WEF watching show jumping during the Winter Equestrian Festival. I know what it’s like to have a life centered on horses and dogs.
Teach your dog to: