Pulling Can Be Frustrating

Pulling Can Be Embarrassing

Pulling Can Be Stopped

  • Do You Want Your Dog To Stop Pulling On The Leash?
  • Do You Want Your Dog To Walk Nicely, And Stay Engaged At Your Side?
  • Do You Want To Achieve A Loose-Leash-Walk, Even Around Distractions?



Not sure what program is best?
We can help!

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How we can help

When we are dealing with behavioral or potentially reactive issues we like to see your pup first hand to understand what’s occurring.

In order to do that, we start with a Lesson/Assessment.

This allows us to:

  • Meet you and your pup
  • See the behaviors you’re wanting to work on first hand
  • Introduce you to the school, trainers, and our methods
  • Decide the best path forward (usually from one of the programs below)

Step 1

Assessment + Check-in

  • At the beginning of Training Camp, we do an introductory lesson.
  • This gives you an opportunity to meet us and see how we train.
  • This also gives us an opportunity to meet you and your pup in order to see if we are the best fit for you.
  • During this stage, we obtain all vaccination records as well as further details into your dog’s background.
  • Lastly, we assess your goals in order to keep training consistent and effective across the board.

Step 2

Training + Demos

  • Next, your dog will start their training.
  • In Training Camp, your pup will have an hour of training each day with a pro trainer.
  • In between training sessions, your dog will be crated on the Training Floor. This practices a behavior called “modeling” which is when the training happening around them actually rubs off on the dog watching.
  • Or your dog can go into All Day Play, where they can socialize, play, and practice proper manners whenever they aren’t being trained.
  • 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.

Step 3


  • The last step is to transition the training we have instilled over to you.
  • This is probably the most critical step as it involves teaching you to maintain the behaviors we have established at the school.
  • Over a private lesson and 4 Pet Parenting Group Classes, we will guide you through the process of managing your dog through all types of scenarios.
  • As we say, 90% of our job is training you. We can get your dog to sing the ABCs, but none of that matters if the training doesn’t transfer over to you.
  • During this stage, we require consistency and dedication on your part to ensure your dog doesn’t revert back to old, bad behaviors.


1 Hour Assestment $109

You will still get some great advice on how to address the issue.

Additionally, we use these assessments to nail down the length of time and pricing for whichever program your pup goes into.

If you decide to leave your pup for the prescribed camp the same day, we contribute the $109 into the cost of camp, essentially making the assessment free.

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Get Started

Schedule a call with us now. We will go over some paperwork, confirm vaccinations, take a deposit for the lesson, and schedule the best time for you!

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Programs that may help you

Program: Behavior Camp

Behavior Camp

  • 21-Night Program
  • 1.5 Hours/day of Training
  • 5 hours of Private Lessons
  • 8 weeks of Pet Parenting Group Classes
  • Extremely consistent structure essential to achieve progress with your pup

Private Lessons

  • Approx. 60 minutes of training
  • Highly experienced Instructor
  • Work through problems to achieve goals
  • Work in a distraction-filled environment with instructor guidance
  • Consistent, but relies on your home-training
Program: Private Lessons


Frequently Asked Questions

Are there any Age/Breed Restrictions?

There is a minimum age requirement of 20 weeks which allows time to develop immune systems. There is no maximum age and we accommodate all dogs, sizes, breeds, and temperaments!

How do you handle special diets or medications?

You are welcome to bring your own food and feeding instructions for your dog. We do ask that you bring more food than they may need in case it’s needed. Any medications must come in the original bottle/packaging and include an exact count of any pills/dosages included. If your dog has organ-function or life-saving medication, please speak to one of our team members for further information.

What does my dog's day look like?

At Partners Dog School, we make sure to give your pup the best possible day. We start off with Potty Time to get them out and going in the morning, then we move onto Meal Time, where they can really fuel up and prepare for the day ahead. In between meals, it’s time for Passive Training, which helps build good behavior through modeling and immersion. Then we switch things up with Outdoor/Indoor Rotations to keep the learning environment active and engaging. Finally, if you choose to add on extracurriculars like One-On-One Training, DaySchool, Treadmill workouts, and extra baths, we have plenty of options available. After a day filled with plenty of learning and fun, it’s time for bed – the perfect way to end any day right! We make sure your pup is nice and comfy, cozying up in their bed as they drift off into sweet dreams. It’s all designed to keep your pup happy and healthy while they learn skills that will last a lifetime!

What vaccinations are required?

Due to the large number of dogs we work with each year, we maintain the strictest cleaning, sanitation, and vaccination protocols of any pet care facility. We require Bordetella, Rabies, and Distemper/Parvo vaccination for ALL dogs that enter any of our facilities. We can verify this directly with your vet, records can be uploaded into your Pet Parent Portal, or you’re welcome to email them to us. All vaccinations must be given at least 1 week prior to coming to one of our facilities. Dogs recently rescued must be at home for at least 30 days prior to coming to one of our facilities. Dogs showing any infectious symptoms must remain at home and be clear of symptoms for at least a week prior to returning to one of our facilities. For any further questions please see our Staying Healthy Agreement in your Pet Parent Portal or contact one of our Guest Support Team Members.

Is someone there overnight?

Our Scottsdale location does have staff overnight in case of emergency. They are there to passively look over the dogs without disturbing their sleep. We don’t have staff overnight at our Cave Creek facility, but one of the owners does live on the same property.

Is the cost worth it?

In the same way, one would send their child to school, where professional educators are entrusted with their care, dog owners enroll their pups in school, where professional trainers achieve the best results. Is it worth it? Of course! As long as you are a part of the process as well.