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SERVICES

“No one appreciates the very special genius of your conversation as the dog does.” – Christopher Morley

Private In-Home Training

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If group training is inconvenient for you or does not suit your dog’s temperament, consider private training at your home.

There are a number of benefits of one-on-one obedience training for your dog. When your dog trains at home he/she will be more comfortable, this helps in terms of  both confidence and focus. Also, private dog training offers the opportunity for you and your pet to focus since there are fewer distractions. You will get a bit more out of each training session, especially if your dog easily gets excited or distracted around others.

If you are trying to strengthen your relationship with your dog and you want intensive guidance and attention, CMC Dog Trainer’s Private In-home Training may be your best choice. 

PrivateInHomeTraining
WeeklyPackWalks
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Weekly Pack Walks

Returning Spring 2024 - We all would like to walk our dogs without them constantly pulling, stopping and getting overexcited every time a person or a dog comes near. This is exactly what the Loose-leash walking training is all about.

Sessions will be held out in the community. All dogs must be up to date with vaccinations.  FREE

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Solutionsforreactiveaggressivedogs

Solutions for Reactive/Aggressive Dogs

Does your dog bark, lunge or growl when they see other dogs? Has this behavior discouraged you from taking your dog out as much as you would like? You probably find that dealing with this behavior is overwhelming and stressful. Our training is designed to teach your dog not to work up to full-blown reactions and that meeting other dogs is a positive experience.  By the end of this training, you and your dog will be well on your way to reduced reactivity.

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Puppy Play and Learn

Puppy Play and Learn

Puppy Play and Learn addresses the most common challenges that dog owners face when introducing a young puppy to the human household. Topics covered include house training, crate training, chewing/mouthiness and jumping on people. We will also introduce your puppy to walking on a leash and to basic commands. During every session, your puppy will also enjoy off-leash playtime with other puppies in class. We will discuss the importance of this and other early socialization. Each week you will go home with exercises and games to play with your puppy. 5 weekly sessions, maximum of 4 puppies.

Class Requirements

Your puppy must be:

  • less than 8 months old at start of class.

  • Vaccinated  (at least one week before training begins).

  • In good health i.e. it shouldn’t have diarrhea or vomiting 3 days before training begins).

  • Parasite-free

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