Dog Ed.
Dog Training and Pet Services

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Private Sessions

I am not be accepting NEW Private Training Clients until further notice.

Current and Returning clients will still be able to book lessons as needed.

Is your schedule too busy to commit to a group class?

Are you looking for more one-on-one instruction to work on a specific issue your dog has?

Private Sessions are for those that are looking for one-on-one training. We work together to create a training plan customized to you and your dog and focus on correcting those problem behaviors and specific issues pertaining to your dog(s). This can be anything from house training, jumping, coming when called, separation anxiety and everything in-between.

Where are private sessions held and how long are they?

The first lesson is held at your home. This allows me to assess your dog in their home environment as many issues start there! This way we can begin building a proper training foundation to work on more specific issues you are having in your 2nd lesson.

The 2nd and any additional lessons are held either at your home or outdoors in various locations depending on your training needs and goals.

Private Sessions are 1-2 hours in length.

The first session is usually 1.5-2 hours in length. Additional sessions are 1 hour.

How many sessions does my dog need?

All new clients begin with the Starter Package of 2 lessons. 

The number of additional sessions depends on each individual dog's needs as well as what you are wanting to learn. Some training or behavioral issues take longer and will require more sessions. We can discuss this at your first session once I evaluate your dog.

What is the cost?

Starter Package $250 + GST (for all new clients)


- 2 x One-on-One Training Sessions

- 1 x Martingale Collar

- 1 x 6 foot leash or Waist-belt leash

- Email Training Plan/Summary

$75 + GST for additional lessons

> for returning clients only

What are the tools used in the training?
All training is done using a martingale collar and 6 foot leash or waist-belt leash. Affection is used as praise, no treats!