Dog Training

Behavior Experts

Unleash the full potential of your furry companion with our premier dog training service! We believe that every dog has the ability to be a well-behaved and happy member of your family.

Whether your goal is to address behavioral issues, teach essential commands, or simply strengthen the bond between you and your dog, our experienced team is here to guide you every step of the way. Join us on a journey of joyous tail wags and harmonious relationships.

Let us be the key to unlocking the best in your dog, making every moment together a delightful and enriching experience. We are eager to get started and prove to you why we are the top dog trainer in Georgia.

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Training FAQs

Please review the list below. It details everything you need to know before the first day of training.

Training drop off will be scheduled on a Monday.  Please plan to drop off no later than 11am.
  • Plastic food container with lid
  • Dry dog food (2 weeks worth or more)
  • Vaccination paperwork
  • No stuffed toys or bedding are needed.
  • Bedding
  • Feeding / Water bowls
  • Training treats
  • Change in feeding schedule – We typically do not feed training dogs breakfast to make sure they are focused and ready to learn during their daily training sessions. They receive treats during their training sessions in the morning and then lunch and/or dinner, depending on your instructions. Training dogs also have access to fresh water at all times.
  • Change in level of food consumption – Training is not only mental exercise, but physical as well. Your dog may require larger meals. In any case, you will be kept informed about their level of consumption and informed if we believe any changes to the size of their meals is needed.
  • Socialization with other dogs – Provided your pup is suitable for group playtime and passes a temperament test, they will participate after their 2nd week of training. During this time they will learn social skills, working with distractions, and how to interact with other dogs.
The first 2 weeks of training is spent 1-on-1 with a trainer each day and practice with our kennel techs the rest of the day. At the end of the 2nd week your dog will be placed in a group setting provided all is well with their temperament. Their playtime will also consist of following their training schedule & practice.
  • 1st payment due at the time of scheduling
  • 2nd payment due at the end of the second week of training
  • 3rd payment due at the end of the fourth week of training

Each dog is worked for a 30 min session 1-on-1 with a trainer. Throughout the day your dog will practice what they have learned with a kennel tech.

This is done to keep your dog happy, healthy and eager to learn. Overworking your dog can result in boredom and frustration that ultimately hinders us from getting the desired results. Our goal is to train your dog on the appropriate behaviors, but also for your dog to enjoy the training process.

For the first several weeks of training we strongly recommend not visiting your dog outside of the scheduled sessions. The reason for this is to keep your dog’s morale high during training. If they see you, and are again separated from you too often, it may cause anxiety on their part. Seeing you once a week makes them eager to please you; and show you everything they have learned!

Your dog will be engaging in multiple activities daily. If they aren’t training they could be exercising, having a meal, practicing what they have learned, playing in the play area, resting, etc.

Your dog will be walked 5 times daily.

Yes, we request you bring at least 2 weeks’ worth of food in a plastic container at the time of drop off.