All potential clients receive a free evaluation prior to sign up to determine what level class each dog is ready for. Behaviors observed and discussed during this time will also determine whether client’s dogs will need to be in private classes or be able to handle a semi private classes from day one.
- Advanced obedience
-Service Dog Training
-Therapy Dog Training
We now offer Board Training. We are not a boarding facility.
Our clients dogs live in our home so openings are very limited so all dogs get the training that is needed.
Our board training program has been very successful. All our Board Train clients receive 6 training classes 1 hour long besides your initial training the day you’re pup/dog comes home to make sure they continue their dogs training consistently. We are always available for any questions or concerns when you get your trained dog back home.
Depending on your dogs needs, training can be from a week to two weeks or longer if needed.
Your dog dog will be trained here on our property and also attend classes we conduct at the Bass Pro Shop where Paws-A-Tive Dog Training has been training full time for 8 years.
They will learn their obedience with and without distractions.
They will learn how to socialize with people and other dogs.
They will learn inside manners.
Please call for availability and prices.
Price per week start at $600
Here’s a slide show of some of our board train clients.
-Service Animal (dog)- though there is no real certifications for service dogs. We pride ourselves in making sure all dogs that are being trained for service are fully trained Service Animals.
This process takes anywhere from 18 months to 3 years.
-Canine Good Citizen
Behaviors addressed but not limited to the following. As stated previously, if you are having a problem not listed please do not hesitate to call and ask. You may notice some obedience and behavioral issues will overlap on our lists. This is due to differing factors for the same behaviors exhibited.
-Fear aggression to dogs or people
***In order to sign up for Service Dog Training * or Therapy Dog Training Class, the following criteria must be met:
1. Your dog will be evaluated to see if they have the demeanor in what it takes to be a service dog.
2. A letter from a licensed physician must be provided stating your need for a service dog on their business letterhead.
3. Owner must have the time to commit to the training.
(Training for a service dog can take a year to two years depending on the services needed)
1. Your dog will be evacuated to see if they have the demeanor in what it takes to be a Therapy Dog.
2. Must be willing to go through basic obedience and advance obedience training classes.*
*Therapy dogs must be able to pass the Canine Good Citizen certification test.