We believe a lesson shouldn't have any time limits. Client's have lots of questions and some are even nervous. I believe the amount of time we give each client separates us from other great trainers. We don't look at our watch and say" okay, times out. See you next week" we want the clients to succeed which means the dog(s) live a better life as well😄
It is very rewarding to see folks start to get a grasp on what we're teaching them. A light clicks on and immediately you can see the connection between the client and their dog. It's really a wonderful moment for us. We really focus on teaching the client then actually teaching the dog 🐕
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
First I like to consult with the owners and hear their concerns and needs. To evaluate their interactions with the dog or dogs. Then I will demo the dog and go over a program with them. We want to teach them to be great handlers to have a well behaved dog.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I attended online training with ABC College and was certified in 2001. I attended Sit Means Sit No Limitations Dog Training school and graduated and was certified again in 2001. Overall I have 21 years of experience in obedience training.
Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.
It's 250 dollars per lesson that can range between 2-3 hours. We don't charge an hourly charge because it will benefit the clients to be more relaxed and ask any necessary questions in regards to training. Our goal is to help clients attain the information needed to get the best results with their dog(s).
How did you get started in this business?
Back into 2001 I came down with a illness that caused me to rechange the course of my life and that lead to the passion of becoming a dog trainer. I also wanted to provide help to client's in need so the dogs could stay on a well structured loving home environment.
What types of customers have you worked with?
People providing a stable environment for their dogs, are willing to out in the work needed, that don't know where to start, and to provide a more stable environment for there pet.
Describe a recent event you are fond of.
We had a client with a powerful female Cane Corso with dog aggression issues. After training with the client, the dog became very responsive to the training, and the client evolved into a better handler and is doing better on the walk now. She has overall seen great results.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
Do your research and have a personal one on one consultation with the trainers before officially hiring to discuss the issues you have with your dog. Look at performance and experience in the field of need for your given dogs issues.
What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?
"How many lessons do I need?" "Can they fulfill my needs?" "Is the dog to old?" "Can you cure aggressive?" "Why is the dog anxious?" "How can I help my dog?"