We start with a free 45 minute phone or video consultation to get detailed information regarding your goals for your dog. This allows us to get to know you a bit more and ensure everyone is on the same page for the training plan. We always keep your dog's best interest in mind.
IN HOME PRIVATE LESSONS
There are several benefits to one on one lessons in your home. First, these lessons are personally tailored around your specific goals for your dog. Second, You get 100% of the trainer’s attention: it is just you, the trainer and your dog. Individual training guides you through the process of training your own dog, at your pace & around your schedule. Private lessons are ideal for people with unpredictable schedules who are unable to attend a group class or have a dog with special needs. If your dog is overly excited by other dogs or distracting environments, it is best to start with private training. Private lessons are also for those who are incredibly results driven. Imagine having your dog perform the specific skills that you need them to perform, in the exact manner in which you and your trainer designed.
During each private one on one lesson, the trainer will teach you how to train your dog by working with your dog and showing you how to do it, as well as coaching you to succeed. In addition to the time the trainer works with your dog, you will be working with the trainer during and between lessons. Email and text support is provided at no extra cost.
One-on-one private lessons run $100 per hour in your home or out in public.
We do offer Packages for our Private Lessons. Packages must be paid in full prior to starting, and are non-refundable once lessons have begun. Packages must be used within an 8 month period.
5 Sessions - $495
10 Sessions - $980
*We are currently not offering in-home lessons in the following service areas: far east valley (Apache Junction, Gold Canyon, Queen Creek, San Tan Valley, and Sun Lakes.
Travel Charge per lesson from 85258 (Loop 101 & Shea)
1-20 miles: Free
21 miles and up: $1 per mile