When can I drop my dog off for training? We will work together to setup a time to drop off your dog. Usually, we have clients drop off dogs in the morning or early afternoon. This allows us to train during the day and get the work done for you that needs to be done. Our business hours are Monday through Friday 8:00AM to 6:00PM. Please arrange your schedule in advance to meet during the work week. If a weekend drop-off/pick-up is totally unavoidable there is an additional fee of $100 for drop-off and $200 for pick-ups.
Can I come visit my dog? Due to the time spent training your dog and working with new and finished clients dogs our time is limited. We would love to meet with everyone, but reality sets in and their are only so many hours in a day. The days fly bye and before your know it, your companion will be back home, trained and ready to go!
Will my dog remember who I am? I have yet to see a dog that has forgotten who its previous owners were. The time goes fast and before you know it your dog will be back home- and as good as new!
I don't know if my family will let my dog go for training? We understand it can be hard to let man's best friend to go to school and be away from it's human pack. To help with the temporary separation, we send you a picture and small update here and there throughout your dog's training. This service helps your family still feel close to your dog while it is gone. We strive every other week to text you this picture and the small update. Past customers absolutely love this, plus you get some fun pictures of your dog in training!
What food should I feed my dog? We recommend and feed Purina Pro Plan Sport Performance 30/20. For an extra $50.00 per month, we can feed your dog for you while it is here in training. When it comes to food, you get what you pay for. Stick with a high quality brand with good ingredients, high protein and fat content.
How often will I have to work with my dog after I get it back from training? The more the better, but lets get realistic everyone is busy with work and life. The biggest thing is stay consistent and reinforce the commands, wherever you may take your dog. Your dog will never forget his or her training, but if they get away with something they will think that is okay. Draw the line in the sand, be a good pack leader and your will have a great family and hunting companion that you can be proud of.