In home training can be advantageous in many ways. For some dogs, particularly those with behaviour problems it is the best way. It’s great as well for people that can’t make consecutive week commitment to attend a group class.

On average, from beginning to end our total time together takes about 2 hours give or take a half hour and I rarely need to see anyone more then once. Tune ups and telephone follow up at no charge as well and you receive follow up material after the appointment. When you attend a group class that runs 6 weeks, 1 hour/week and consider that you’re sharing the trainer with 6 other people and their dogs you’ll find that the there’s more personal attention and time spent on your dog and issues important to you than might happen in a group setting.

The information below is what I need to book an appointment and after I receive it you can expect a confirmation which will include an attachment that says, “Wish List”. Hang it on your fridge and start jotting down the things you’d like to see improvement on. We’ll review it when we get together.

Date Preferred (Monday to Fridays – Morning/Afternoon/Evening) Provide 2 – 3 options):

Destination Information

Type Your:First and Last Name, Street Address, City, Postal Code

Best Phone Number)

Dog Information

Dog’s Name:

Gender (incl. spay/neuter):

Dog’s Age:

How did our paths cross?

Referred by:Word of Mouth:

Search Engine (Google etc.):

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John Wade