Services & Rates
Littleton - Lakewood - Golden - Wheat Ridge - Morrison - Englewood - Centennial - Southwest Denver
private, in-home training
SINGLE SESSION... $85
A single training session lasts 60 minutes. Single sessions are great for targeting and problem solving a specific issue or teaching a specific technique or command. Best choice for:
Puppy & New Dog Start-up (before the dog's arrival)
Canine Good Citizen Preparation
Discussion of mild behavioral issues such as jumping up, chewing, barking, or digging
3 Package... $240
Our Most popular service, the "3-pack" consists of 3 single sessions and is the best choice for:
New Dog Additions
Teaching Basic Obedience Foundations & Manners
Modifying Behavioral Issues such as barking, digging, jumping up, reactivity, leash pulling, hyperactivity, or destructive behavior
Train Up That Pup! 6 Package... $440
This is the ultimate puppy package for raising a well-behaved and adjusted adult dog. Learn how to teach your puppy obedience cues, how to manage and nix problem puppy behaviors such as jumping, chewing and house training. Perfect for that brand-new addition, it includes 4 in-home sessions, and 2 field trip sessions to teach social manners and handling. Must be completed within a 3 month window.
Behavioral Consultation... $140
A 90 minute interview session held in-home. Allows Jessica to acquire history and assess the dog and his or her environment, and is performed before training sessions can begin for dogs with behavioral concerns. The consultation includes a written training regimen. Recommended if your dog has a history of displaying:
Fear or Anxiety
Frequent, Multiple-Trigger Reactivity
Abnormal or Compulsive Behaviors (such as tail-chasing, light/shadow chasing or excessive licking)
+ $0.75/mile for travel (after 10 miles)
Follow-Up Training Session... $70-75
Available after completion of a training package. Single sessions designed to reinforce previously practiced behaviors or to learn new ones and continue with training. For the dog guardians who wish to go above and beyond basic training, or those who want to achieve a deeper understanding of their canine companion's behavior.
*Available in Southwest Littleton Only, Monday - Friday 10 am - 2 pm
OBEDIENCE LESSONS... $40/half hour, $60/hour
Day training is positive reinforcement-based obedience and behavioral training, designed to teach and stimulate your dog during the day. Cues taught include (but are not limited to):
STAY W/ RELEASE
RECALL (COMING WHEN CALLED)
PLACE (GO TO)
Walk n' Train (6 session minimum)... $40/HALF HOUR, $60/HOUR
Our canine companions need the chance to exercise and explore outside territory regularly, and many behavioral issues can diminish when dogs are given sufficient structured activity and enrichment.
The walk n' train option teaches the dog proper leash manners and polite social behavior. It allows your dog to get out and exercise in the hands of a professional trainer, while you're out during the day.
Now you and your doggy companion can have a lifetime of walks to enjoy together!
Need help with your dog's behavior and training, but live outside our service area? We can help devise a plan for you. Get as little or as much help as needed.
ONLINE VIDEO CHAT or phone CONSULTING... $50/HOUR
EMAIL Consulting ADVICE: SEND US AN EMAIL DETAILING YOUR BEHAVIORAL CONCERN AND WE WILL SEND 3 TECHNIQUES OR RECOMMENDATIONS TO IMPROVE THE BEHAVIOR…$15/correspondence
Canine good citizen preparation
An AKC Canine Good Citizen award designates a well-behaved dog and a responsible dog owner. It tests 10 aspects of dog manners and training, from stays and recalls to being pet by friendly strangers and reactions to other dogs. A Canine Good Citizen is a dog that knows and responds to basic commands and is well-mannered and adjusted in public. The CGC test is a great first step for therapy dogs in-training. Information on all test items can be obtained at: http://www.akc.org/events/cgc/
6 Week Beginners Agility Group Class... $145
Private Agility Instruction... $40/Half Hour
Agility is a dog sport that enhances confidence, mobility, focus, balance and off-leash control. Your dog does not have to be a canine "athlete" to enjoy agility! Dogs learn to navigate through tunnels, poles, jumps, and contact obstacles such as teeters and a-frames, while working with their human teammate. It is a great way to exercise and challenge your dog, and is an excellent bonding opportunity!
6-week agility classes and private agility instruction are held in the Spring every year. Please contact us to join the wait list for 2019.