We understand that it can be hard to have your dog away from home. Our Day Camp & Training programs are designed to give your dog structured training in a day camp environment—without additional time away from home.
- Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm (1-week program)
- Your dog will be in our open play social environment (if they pass the Meet & Greet) with other dogs. During the day, he will attend four, 1-on-1 breakout training sessions.
- Your dog will work on the commands that you would like us to focus on. We offer 3 custom Daycamp & Train packages that target specific commands within each package.
- At the end of the training week, your trainer will schedule a private session with your dog and family so you can participate and understand what your dog has learned. We urge you to continue training at home to reinforce what they’ve learned! We will also schedule a 1-month follow-up appointment to check on your dog’s progress.
“It’s not only about dog training, it’s about people training too.”
Basic Command Package
The Basic Command Package will teach your dog basic obedience commands to help your dog be a happy and obedient dog.
This training session will cover – sit, stay, leave it and release for food & treats.
Leash & Home Etiquette Package
The Leash & Home Etiquette Package is structured to help your dog understand how to appropriately greet and interact with people in their lives – either visitors to their home or strangers on the street.
This training session will cover – greeting & interacting with visitors in the home, going to their place, greeting people in the street and the wait command (for entering and leaving the house).
Outdoor Safety Package
The Outdoor Safety package will provide the commands and knowledge you need to keep your dog stay safe when out on leash. He will learn how to walk on a leash, if he escapes off the leash you will need to know that you will have a 100% recall and how to act when around cars and traffic.
This training session will cover – walking on leash, Recall (Come when called), road safety and waiting.