Play & Train Program

Program Goals


Increased control of your dogโ€™s behaviors
Leash walking manners
Crate acceptance
Mastery of commands: Sit, Down, Wait, Place and Thresholds.
Daily training sessions with socialization, rest breaks and treats.
Training tools as determined appropriate for your dog

Includes


10 - 15 days consecutive full-day daycare experiences
Daily training with socialization, rest breaks and treats
Choke chain or pinch collar as determined appropriate for your dog
Go home lesson

Requirements


At least 6 months old
Able to pass a temperament assessment - admission to the program is at the sole discretion of the trainer
Proof of vaccines, as well as a negative fecal test

Our Training Philosophy

Our training philosophy is consistent with our overall philosophy – your dog’s mind, body and spirit need to be aligned and balanced to create the happiest and most content dog possible. Our ultimate goal is to help facilitate the best relationship possible between you and your dog through balanced and transparent training methods.

With the proper training, you can trust your dog’s behavior with family, friends, children, strangers and other dogs. Our training programs are developed with you and your dog in mind. We are here to assist you in creating an inclusive relationship with you, your dog and your family!

Let’s Get Started!

 

1

Register with us!

Visit the ' Client Login ' button in the top right-hand corner to create an online profile with us for you and your dog!
2

Upload Vaccines and Fecal Results!

Once you have created an online profile with us, you can upload your pet's vaccines straight to their profile! We need proof of an up-to-date Rabies, Bordetella and DHPP along with a fecal test done within the past six months that shows negative for parasites and Giardia.
3

Contact Us!

Please give us a call, or text at 360-737-6439 to set up your dog's first day! Or - fill out the contact form below if you would like us to reach out to you!

Name (required)

Email (required)

Phone

Message