At Partners, we succeed with more high-risk dog aggression cases than any other dog training school in the country. The fact that thousands of dogs have gone through this program makes us uniquely qualified to correct any aggressive dog behaviors that have developed.
Time and time again we take in students who simply had no where else to go. People that were turned away from every other dog school because their dog was “too high-risk”. As long as you are open and honest wtih us, we will do our best to reach success with you.
Every dog is different. At Partners we factor in personality, breed, age, and many other variables to come up with the best path for you and your dog to take to reach your goals. The key to success is cooperation and transparency with us.
In many cases, the aggressive behavior that the dog displays has developed over the years and can be difficult to break. Our programs aren’t foolproof, but they are by far the best out there. Using positive motivation combined with the proper timing it is rare we are unable to make any progress with the behavior of your dog.
Step by Step Introduction To Aggression Camp
Next, your dog will start their training.
In Aggression Camp, your pup will have three, 30 min. training sessions a day.
In between training sessions, dogs will be crated on the Training Floor which practices a behavior called “modeling” which is when the training happening around them actually rubs off on the dog watching.
Your pup may also experience socialization and supervised play groups.
All dogs also have outside exercise time at least twice per day.
During the training period, we would like to see you once a week for a 30 min-1hr. demonstration session. During this time, your trainer will go over what has been happening, what we have had success with, and where we are having difficulties. Remember, this is your dog, so you need to know what is going on.
See what a few of our clients have to say after staying with us
I took my little Jack Russell mix to Partners, and when I brought her home, I had a totally new pet. Seriously, she learned so much and now it’s my turn!Penny W.
Brought my Giant Schnauzer, Meghan, in for 3 weeks of training. Amazing difference. I was thinking of rehoming her, but now she is a member of the family and I wouldn’t trade her for the world!Christine D.
Patches was great as a puppy but as she grew older, she developed aggressive issues, insecurities and many other issues…Now, patches and I have reached Level 4 of Obedience training and Level 2 of agility training…Patches has come a long way! THANK YOU PARTNERS!Sarina M.
Partners is amazing! They helped us with our rescued pit mix who was dog and people reactive… We had no idea how to handle her or what to do with her! She spent a few weeks in their resident training camp program and we went to classes afterward. Several years later her training and our knowledge gained from Partners has stuck.Kelli M.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Dogs with one or more of the following issues are generally checked in for Aggression Camp
(subject to evaluation)
There is a minimum age restriction of about six months which allows time to get all of their vaccinations done. However, there is no maximum age restriction because, despite the saying, you can teach an old dog new tricks.
Generally speaking we suggest three to four weeks. However, it depends on what issues you are having, how old your dog is and how long the problems have been present. There is no way we can give a definitive answer without seeing your dog first, as most cases involve a well established pattern of behavior. While you can teach an old dog new tricks, it takes a little longer and requires a lot of repetition.
We can also start training for a week or so and evaluate where to go from there.
Aggression Camp includes:
We train ALL BREEDS and MIXES. We will also work with Wolf Hybrids under certain situations.