Its not too much to ask to have  a well behaved dog that you are proud of and proud to show off. 

General obedience training—such as the sit, lay down and the leave it commands—are the building blocks that we train all puppies and dogs to know. Learning the basics is paramount to fixing those annoying behavior problems. Some of the more common issues we deal with are:

  • reliably come when called
  • stop barking when asked
  • walk nicely on the leash
  • greet visitors without jumping and nipping 
  • settle down when asked  

Many people come to us frustrated with their puppy but leave our training programs with a great dog who understands their requests and does them on cue reliably. Whether you have a specific issue you want addressed or just want your dog to learn and master the basics Every Great Dog's private training can help.

You don't have to live with it, no matter what they might have told you.  

 "Not only did Rachel train our dog, but she also helped teach us how to work with him on our own to ensure consistently good behavior. We are so glad we decided to pursue training with Every Great Dog, it was worth every penny!"

How our dog training works:

Dog Training Programs:

Training with Every Great dog happens in one of two ways:

1) Coaching - with this option the trainer will come to your house and work with you one on one with your dog  once per week for a minimum of four weeks. Together you and your trainer will train your dog to based upon your goals. $500

2) Day Training  - with this option, your trainer will come to your house and train your dog for you  using positive reinforcement based methods. It is not necessary that you are home for the training part of this program! However,  at the end of each week, you and your trainer will meet to discuss what your dog has leaned that week.  Programs start at $1200

"We have seen a drastic improvement in our dogs leash walking, so much so that I can actually walk him AND push a stroller - something that was an impossible task before Every Great Dog."