(IN HOUSE DOG BOOT CAMP – BOARD AND TRAIN PROGRAM)
Board and train – residential dog Training
RESIDENTIAL DOG TRAINING PROGRAM INCLUDES:
Your dog is only as obedient and good as you are consistent with the training – even after the residential dog training program consistency in maintaining the training routine is the key to your continuous success
in the human-dog relationship.
I AM HAPPY TO OFFER YOU AS MUCH SUPPORT DURING THE AFTERCARE AS NEEDED
TO GET BOTH YOU AND YOUR DOG SUCCESSFUL IN YOUR TRAINING JOURNEY! 🙂
Residential dog training… don’t worry – it doesn’t mean at all that you are a lazy owner and you don’t have time for your dog… But not everyone is a professional dog trainer, and sometimes having a little bit more challenging dog (or maybe it is even your very first dog!) requires more skills and experience, which – applied within a relatively short period of time by a professional – can give your dog much more skills which you should find much easier to keep up yourself after a residential dog training program.
Don’t worry – you will get your training too during the Program and after the dog comes back from training – as it can be quite challenging for your dog to come back to their previous environment where they’re more likely to revert to the old habits. So we will be setting up an appropriate plan for you to follow the new training/lifestyle routine with your dog.
During Residential Dog Training Program I am offering not only the “command training” but a full DOG TRAINING EXPERIENCE that your dog is going to be immersed in. Not only your dog will be learning different commands (all of your choice, all training plans are fully personalised), but s/he also will be acquiring important social and lifestyle skills to help your dog become a very confident, happy and friendly companion both outdoors and indoors.
All training plans are personalised, and we choose together what main skills I would be working on with your dog, that’s why the initial assessment (either in-person or online) is essential before your dog starts her/his training with me
Please see below recommended lengths of
stay (depending on your struggles)
week by week.
Week 2 (minimum stay is 2 weeks):
Two-week training is recommended for dogs who don’t have any behavioural issues, very young puppies, dogs who didn’t manage to practice some “unwanted” behaviours for a long time (let’s say for several months). Dogs who just need some improvement in certain skills (improve recall, lead walking, attention and focus outside, etc) would benefit from a two-week stay.
This stay is good for a top up training as well.
Three-week training is recommended for dogs who have been practicing “unwanted” behaviours for a longer period of time (a few months/several months). It’s a good length for adolescent unruly dogs (if you have one – you will know what I’m talking about 🙂
It’a good length for dogs who haven’t really done any training before, great for foundations training.
Four-week training is recommended for dogs who have been practicing unwanted behaviours for a long period of time, this is a minimum length for different types of reactivity. Also a minimum length for your rescue dog/ your new rescue family member. If you feel that your dog is very challenging – that might be an appropriate length for her/him too!
This length is recommended for some behavioural issues (separation anxiety, aggression, resource guarding, severe reactivity, etc)
the longer your dog stays with me, the more I can practice in more
difficult environments, and arrange much more training scenarios