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Partners Dog Training has been running group classes for over 20 years. We have trained over 35,000 dogs in that time. We know a thing or two because we’ve seen a thing or two.
Private Lessons at Partners Dog Training give you the ability to focus on whatever your dog needs to improve. Everything from basic obedience to correcting poor behaviors, we can help you reach success.
The outside world has a plethora of distractions that may be hard to control. Let us help. Private Lessons give you the opportunity to work around distractions under the guidance of professional trainers.
“If you’re looking for trust in training, Partners is for you and your fur-baby. They are passionate about your dog’s well-being, training your pup and training the owners. The key component to success is that the owner continues to train with their pup every day.”– Sandy G.
“Gus is a graduate of the Puppy and Me program which was a great start to his training. Introducing him to other dogs and people has been very good for him!” –
Of course! There is a small added fee for the second dog, but you also get another half an hour with the trainer.
We recommend every owner have a leash, collar, and some kind of reward (treats or toy). Everything else will be on a case-by-case basis and we will make referrals as we see fit.
Of course! There are some limitations. Children must be at least 8 years old and well behaved. Parents MUST be
We respect your time and will make every effort to be on schedule for a lesson. We respectfully ask the same from you.
Whatever you want! We will assess your goals and figure out the best path to reach them. Of course, we want to be realistic in training, but if you work with us we will do everything in our power to reach your goals.
Several reasons, with only one trainer, it puts us at greater risk. Secondly, dogs are more comfortable in their own environment and likely to take advantage of that. It’s actually better to address behavioral issues out of environments your dog might feel comfortable in.