Shelter Adoption Training
Training for your newly adopted (within 60 days) puppy or dog.
Congratulations on adopting your newest family member! While puppies and dogs are usually evaluated and start their initial training at the adoptive shelter, you'll want to encourage continued good behavior once you've brought your rescue pup home. This option will help you and your pup deal with any unresolved issues, such as leash pulling, jumping, and excessive barking.
Please note that for second-chance rescues or dogs with severe fear, anxiety, or aggression issues, we recommend continued work with the dog behavior therapist from your shelter. If your shelter does not have a dog behavior therapist on staff, we will help you find a qualified one who is close to you and can work with your dog's individual issues.
Pet training is for one pet only. While we encourage all family members (including children) to participate in your dog's overall learning experience, we request a maximum of two household members at a time be present during in-home training, to reduce distractions for your dog.
All training options are offered in one-hour increments. There are no contracts, but we recommend regular training to help reinforce good behaviors, as well as prevent boredom by providing new and interesting learning activities.
If paying with cash, check, or Venmo, instead of credit or debit card, receive 10% off the total bill.
Location & Contact Details
Tel: +323 739-4639
Location: Customer's Place