$110 Individual Sessions
$375 Package of 4 Sessions
These sessions are typically 1.5 hours long and we address any particular issues you're having as well as basic obedience. Our first session is always in your home, so I come to you! After that, additional lessons may take place in other areas depending on what we're trying to work through. Private lessons are designed to be built on, so we work on foundational skills to begin with and move on from there depending on where the dog is at. Sessions are typically done 2-3 weeks apart (if doing multiple) to ensure enough time for practice.
$110 One Time Session
This Private lesson is designed to help owners prepare and work through the "joys" of a young dog's life! Puppies can be tons of fun, but there's a lot more than most people realize when it comes to shaping them into confident, well balanced adults! In this 1.5 hour session at your home, we go over EVERYTHING you could imagine from potty training, nipping, chewing, developmental stages, and more! You can teach obedience at any point in a dogs life, but you only get a few short months and moments to mold a puppy into who they're going to be for the rest of their lives... no pressure!
$150 Individual Sessions
I'm experienced working with different types of temperament and aggressive behavior, so I'm not afraid to handle your unruly pup! For dogs that have human aggression, you will be informed on how to handle your dog before and during our time together to ensure safety as well as a more successful session. Each initial private session is held in your home, but additional sessions may be held elsewhere if needed for optimal training and practice scenarios.
$50-$75 Per Session
Depending on what you're looking to address, I do offer Video Calls to help you work through small issues or questions! These sessions are typically an hour long and can range from "Pre-Puppy Prepwork" to simply getting your dog to stop barking! This avenue is also helpful for people who aren't centrally located to the area. Virtual lessons are not meant for any form of aggression training or advanced obedience.