Our Most Popular In-Home Dog Training Programs
We don't do normal dog training. We offer only top end training and guarantee your dog will listen to the highest level in all environments no matter what is going on. They are still your fun loving dog but learn to flip the switch with your quietest command.
We come to your house 1-3 times each week depending on the program and when the dogs become more advanced we meet at different locations to ensure the dog is trained in all locations.
It is hard to imagine what we offer without seeing it in person and we don't know what training options you will pick after seeing a trained dog for yourself at the free evaluation.
We have a range of programs from obedience training and problem solving to therapy, service, and protection work.
We need to do an evaluation first because what we offer is program and goal guarantees for the life of the dog rather than just selling you a number of lessons after which we would have no commitment to accomplish anything. We could then just keep selling you more and more which is very normal in the dog-training world.
With us, once we finish your evaluation and you pick a program then your financial commitment is done for your dog's entire life and we take care of the rest.
In addition to dog training, we offer YOU true peace of mind knowing you can trust your dog 100%.
We work with people who share our vision of having the dog be an integral part of the family who you trust 100% in all situations through proper training of the dog but more importantly proper instruction to the owners based on their goals with the dog.
Problem Solving & Obedience
Wouldn't it be nice having a dog your friends and family actually want to be around?
Have peace of mind knowing your dog is reliable inside and outside during walks. Enjoy walking by cats, squirrels, and other dogs as if they weren't even there.
How would it feel if your dog listened to you every time, the first time you said it? Imagine your dog being an absolute joy to be around, your friends and family telling you that your dog is the most well-behaved dog they ever saw.
No more hovering around the table while you're eating or bothering your guests who visit. Your dog will learn to stay on a mat and wait patiently for extended periods.
Enjoy walks down Park Avenue or around Lake Eola with your dog right by your side as you pass by families eating and people feeding the birds.
How would it feel to relax knowing your dog will not see another animal and run away from you? Imagine taking your dog to the beach, on hikes, or to the park without needing a leash. Enjoy a dog who is completely reliable and stays by your side.
Your guests will shower you with compliments about your dog and will brag to all their friends how enjoyable your dog is to be around. They will be even more amazed when your dog listens equally well at their house.
Would you like to see your lovable dog helping others? During your evaluation, we will come and see if your dog has what it takes to become a therapy dog. A sweet temperament goes a long way, and hyperactivity does not disqualify your dog from therapy dog training.
Imagine you not only have a working therapy dog, but you also trust your dog to behave anywhere you go. All of your friends and family will want you to bring your dog when you go see them.
Your dog can bring joy and relief to those who are suffering or help children learn to read and focus in school.
Therapy dogs impact people in a profound and lasting way when they need it most. Your dog can bring happiness to people of all ages, young and old alike.
Visit veterans and people with PTSD to help them heal and readjust to civilian life or bring comfort to people with cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, and those recovering from surgery.
When your dog isn’t changing lives, you can enjoy walks in the park and trips to the beach without needing a leash. Enjoy having a dog that is totally reliable and stays with you.
Your guests will actually enjoy being greeted by your polite dog, and they will tell all their friends how pleasant your dog is to be around. They will even request you to bring your dog to their house.
Do you know that your dog may qualify for service dog training? Regardless of breed, many dogs can be trained to assist their owners. We will help you determine what kind of training you require and honestly evaluate your dog’s working potential.
Would you like to do everything possible to ensure you are properly raising your puppy or young dog to qualify for service dog training when he grows up?
It is not easy to know what information to trust and often times the more research you do the more confused and unsure you become.
Simply tell us what you imagine your dog doing for you when he is older and we will take all your doubts away by showing you exactly how to raise your dog…all the do’s and don’ts made easy.
Relax knowing you are doing everything right!
Imagine your dog is perfectly behaved and always paying attention to you on and off-leash. How would it feel knowing your dog not only listens but also actually helps you when needed?
Do you have trouble hearing things such as the smoke detector, phone, guests coming to the door, or when your keys fall out of your pocket?
Instead of worrying about missing important calls from your family just relax and let your dog tell you when the phone rings.
Perhaps you suffer from anxiety, fear, panic attacks, or anger and your life has become increasingly lonely and stressful.
If your dog became a trained psychological service dog and could interrupt your negative emotions from getting out of control then you could be yourself again.
Regain your freedom and connection to the outside world.
Are you looking to have a highly trained service dog that helps you at home and in public?
Are you disabled and have lost some of your independence?
Imagine all the things you could do again if your dog was trained to:
If you are a returning Veteran suffering from PTSD imagine how much calmer you would feel if your dog could detect and stop anxiety or panic attacks from happening.
More than being just a friend your dog will become your battle buddy and literally have your back. When you are in crowds or standing in lines he will be trained to create space and watch your six.
As anyone with PTSD knows, nightmares and sleepwalking are common occurrences. Your dog will stop you from going on missions while asleep and will wake you from nightmares after turning on the bedroom lights. The first thing you will see is the reassuring face of your dog.
Do you have diabetes and you worry about your blood sugar level dropping too low in the middle of the night? Gain peace of mind knowing your dog will alert you when blood sugar levels get too low or too high and will wake you up at night when levels aren’t in the normal range.
Do you need a service dog that is highly trained in multiple areas of assistance work?
For example, are you a veteran with PTSD who suffers from back/body pain and would also benefit from physical assistance?
Or are you a diabetic who is also physically disabled or do you just worry about not being able to help yourself in the case of an emergency?
What if you are watching T.V. and your dog alerts you to a low blood sugar level but because of your disability you aren’t able to easily get some food or drink to raise your levels?
You feel very weak but you are still able to speak and because your dog is trained you simply tell him to get your glucose tabs and bring them to you.
After he returns with the tabs you think it would be wise to call a family member and let them know you are feeling very weak, just in case.
You give a different command and this time your dog goes and grabs the phone off of the charger so you can make the call.
Or imagine the worst-case scenario; it is the middle of the night and your dog alerts you to a low blood sugar level. You wake up to your dogs insistent nudging, pawing, and barking but you are so low that you can barely move and you can’t even speak.
After your dog does not get the “all good” signal from you he knows to go and press an emergency button in the other room which calls the paramedics to your house.
How would you feel knowing your dog would do all of this for you? It is not too late to regain your independence and peace of mind.
Family Protection Dogs
Imagine you are home alone one night when you hear a window break downstairs followed by muffled voices and footsteps entering the house.
Your heart rate goes up and you become very worried. But by your side is your loyal dog who has been trained to protect you, your loved ones, and your property.
Even though the situation is frightening, you relax knowing you have trained for this and so has your dog.
You give the command and your dog immediately charges downstairs, barking furiously, fully prepared to do whatever it takes to protect you.
You hear the panicked intruders crying out and running as fast as they can to get out of your house.
There is no greater peace of mind than having a dog who has completed protection dog training and knowing with complete certainty that your dog will protect you and your loved ones.
Don’t “hope” your dog will protect you, “know” your dog will protect you. Sleep like a baby while your trained protection dog is watching over you and your family.
Requirements for Training
Dogs must be qualified during a pre-enrollment evaluation for this type of training. We will also obedience train your dog on and off-leash before starting these programs.
Level One includes your dog recognizing a threat, barking and lunging toward an attacker, and ceasing all aggression on command.
Dogs who pass Level One are possible candidates for Level Two. This phase of training teaches your dog to actually bite and fight an attacker who comes close enough to harm you.
Your dog is taught to cease all aggression on your command.
Dogs who pass Level Two are possible candidates for Level Three. This advanced training teaches your dog to work independently of you and go on the offensive to attack someone on command as well as protect your home and property when you are away.
Your dog is taught to cease all aggression on your command.
Assisting With Your Dog
*Problem Solving - You will receive assistance on fixing any unwanted behaviors. Examples include jumping up, house training, barking, leash pulling, digging, destroying the house, getting into the garbage, running away, chasing animals, marking, hyperactivity, fearfulness, separation anxiety, lousy car manners, car sickness and more.
*Pool Safety - Ensure your dog is safe around the pool and knows how to get out in an emergency. For dogs who love the pool, help them learn proper manners when friends and family are swimming.
*Place - Imagine no more hovering around the table while you're eating or bothering your guests who visit. Your dog will learn to stay on a mat and wait patiently for extended periods.
*On/Off Switch - Would you like to have a peaceful home again? No more whining or pacing around constantly. Give your dog an On and Off Switch. When you are relaxing, so is your dog. When it's time to do something, your dog is ready to go.
*Hand Signals - Your dog learns to read your body language alone. Hand signals teach your dog to pay closer attention to you.
*Child Safety - Ensure things go smoothly if you are bringing a new baby or new dog into your pack. Even well-behaved dogs can suddenly take advantage of your divided attention, and before you know it, they are calling the shots.