NEW – Day Training and Walk & Train services!

Gretel demonstrates a retrieve
Gretel demonstrates a retrieve

We’re pleased to announce the addition of two new additions to our training services menu, Day Training and Walk & Train.

In Day Training, one of our trainers will come to your home to work one-on-one with your dog to teach basic manners and obedience cues such as no jumping/sit, leash skills, come, stay, leave it and more. We can also teach games and simple tricks, such as retrieve and roll over.

The first step is to have an intake session, which will be the first session of whatever package you ultimately decide to purchase. (If you decide it’s not for you, there is a $35 intake session fee due at the end of this session.) During this time, your trainer will meet with you and your dog to discuss what you want to learn, evaluate the dog’s current knowledge level and ability to learn, and help you decide on the best-fitting training package and schedule sessions.

The Walk & Train option is for those who would like to include a 20-minute walk with their Day Training session, which is great for active dogs who may need more exercise along with their lessons.

To learn more about the programs and our other training services, visit our Dog Training page. You can contact me to discuss more specifics as well as handle scheduling for your training needs.

We are also offering a special for all dogs in foster homes: 5% off ALL training services! Please tell your foster, rescue & shelter staff friends.

In addition, if you are a current client of Delightful Doggies (dog walks, pet sitting or other dog training services), we are also offering 5% off all training services for the month of July 2013 in celebration of the launch of these services.*

Thank you so much! We are happy to be offering more training services and hope to launch other options soon. Don’t hesitate to contact us with any suggestions or feedback.
Laura
Owner, Delightful Doggies

*Must book services by 7/31/13 for bookings through 8/30/13, first-come, first-serve.

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