DOG TRAINING IN OUR STUDIO
Private Studio Training
$999 1st Dog - $499 2nd Dog
Serving The Kansas City
Area For Over 40 Years
Get the Special Attention
Why come to our studio for dog training?
You get one-on-one coaching, without distraction, focused on meeting your dog's challenges.
Private in-studio lessons are ideal for training dogs who need more than simple behavior modification. Here we have everything we need for highly specialized training, e.g., a large indoor space, open but fenced acreage, muzzles and our own pack of dogs to assist with training.
This training is good for
Shy or nervous dogs
Dog/owner teams receiving off-leash Gentle Remote Collar Training
Dog/owner teams preparing for the Canine Good Citizen Test
Our studio is a large, climate-controlled, indoor facility. We teach outdoors as well on our property and find directions here.)
We enlist the help of our own pack of dogs to help rehabilitate and socialize your dog during training. This insures your dog remembers his good manners at home.
Schedule your dog training when it's most convenient. We teach during days and evenings, on weekdays and weekends.
Each visit is 1 to 2 hours long. We usually schedule visits 1 week to 10 days apart. Between visits, we encourage you to email or call with updates, questions or even just to brag!
Convenience, Personal Attention, Quick Results &
Up To 6 Private Lessons In Our Studio & In Your Home
Generally, we’ll have you and your dog working well together in just 4 visits or less but you get
up to 6 lessons.
What Does Private In Studio Training Include?
As many in-studio dog training lessons as you need to resolve your issues (typically 4)
Up to 4 lessons at our private studio and 2 lessons in your home
30-day, full money-back guarantee
Register for Lessons
Our in-studio dog training programs start as low as $999. We charge more for special circumstances of multiple dogs (as little as $500 for the second dog, depending the issues we address.)
Your dog is always learning. If you’re not training him to behave, you may be training him to misbehave! Transform your dog into a beauty, not a beast.