Bachelors of Partnership

Establish a stronger relationship with your dog in 4 weeks
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Get a more well-mannered dog in 4 weeks


Are kids and work taking up most of your time? Is your dog forgetting their manners? Maybe they’re pulling on the leash during walks, not focusing on you, or barking when they’re not supposed to.

Our Bachelors of Partnership program not only teaches your dog manners, but also teaches the whole family how to establish a relationship with the pup, and to get the same results we do as trainers.

During this four-week program, we’ll start by getting your pooch to focus on you. We’ll also teach them sit, down, place, and loose-leash walking. All of these skills give them structure, and provide you with the tools to help them become a well-mannered member of society.

We’ll then move to teaching them how to politely greet people, dropping a toy so you can throw it, and responding to hand signals for all commands.

What Your Dog Will Learn

Stimulus Desensitization

In the first week with us, we will help your dog become more comfortable with unusual stimuli, and being handled by unfamiliar people.

This will help when you take them to the vet’s, the groomer’s, or out in public. 

Basic Commands

In the second week, we’ll introduce and/or reinforce basic commands to your pup, suchg as sit, down, and come with a lure.

This establishes a clear rapport between us and the dog, and allows the dog to understand that we’re confident and in control. 

Hand Signals

In week three, we’ll introduce hand signals for come, heel, sit, and down.

This improves your dog’s focus, and will further drive home that we’re in command of the situation.

Stay & Place

In the fourth week, we’ll work with the dog on “stay” and “place.”

Stay is used to keep the dog from moving until released, while place is used to get anxious dogs to settle down. 

What You Can Expect

Drop-Off & Immersive Learning

On Mondays, you’ll bring your dog to our state-of-the-art facility, their home away from home. Our highly skilled and compassionate professors will immerse your dog in a structured and stimulating learning environment. Using focus-based training techniques, they will work tirelessly to shape your dog’s behavior, instilling good manners, and teaching essential obedience commands.

Collaboration & Progress Updates

Throughout the week, we’ll keep you informed about your dog’s progress. Our trainers will provide regular updates, including notes and videos, highlighting the milestones your dog has achieved. You’ll have a clear picture of the progress they’re making and the skills they’re developing.

Friday Review Sessions

At the end of the week, we have an exciting opportunity for you to actively participate in your dog’s training journey. On Fridays, we invite you to join us for a personalized review session. Together with our trainers, you’ll have a chance to observe and engage with your dog, reinforcing the behaviors they’ve learned throughout the week. We’ll provide you with valuable insights, tips, and guidance to ensure consistency in their training.

At-Home Reinforcement

Our unique approach doesn’t end there. Over the weekend, you’ll have the privilege of taking your dog home. This is an invaluable opportunity to practice and reinforce the training they’ve received in the comfort of your own home. By implementing the techniques and exercises demonstrated by our expert trainers, you’ll solidify the newly learned behaviors and strengthen the bond between you and your furry companion.

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Ongoing Support

Free Group Classes

Our commitment to you and your dog doesn’t stop once you’ve completed the initial training.

After you’ve graduated from the program, you have the option to attend free group classes to ensure that the behaviors stick, and to address any new challenges that may arise.

These alumni group classes provide a supportive and engaging environment where you can continue to refine your dog’s skills, learn new techniques, and connect with other dog owners who have gone through similar experiences.

It’s an opportunity to reinforce the training foundation and take your dog’s behavior to the next level.

Tailored Support & Resources

In addition to the lessons and group classes, our team is always available to provide ongoing support and guidance.

We understand that every dog and owner is unique, and we’re dedicated to tailoring our support to meet your individual needs.

Together, we’ll ensure a successful training journey and a lifelong bond filled with joy, understanding, and companionship.

Further Clarification

Who is this program for?

This program is for those who are willing to continue to implement the foundation & structure that we lay, and to continue the dog’s training.

In this program, we create structure for the pup, and set boundaries. As a result, they come out of the program looking like they are “fixed.”

However, we’ve often seen dogs revert to their old behaviors when turned back over to their owners.

This is because they are not given the same structure that we put in place when they entered our program.

Owners who are willing to implement the new structure (crating, leashing, etc), and to MAINTAIN this training are more likely to see results.

Dogs watch our every move, and are nothing short of opportunistic. If they do not have structure, they WILL find and exploit loopholes to self-satisfy with various undesirable behaviors, such as pacing, barking, counter surfing, jumping, etc.

Who is this program Not for?

This program is NOT for those who want a “push-button” pup, and do not want to put in any extra work once their dog goes through the program.

Dogs are beings with their own agendas and drives, and need structure to thrive.

If they go back to their old environment where they can do whatever they want, they will revert back to the undesirable behaviors that caused you to reach out to a trainer in the first place.

What does a typical day look like for my dog?

At Dogology, we understand the importance of structure, routine, and enrichment in your dog’s daily life.

Our carefully designed schedule ensures that your dog receives the necessary training, exercise, and rest, promoting their overall well-being and happiness during their stay with us.

Here’s a glimpse into what a typical day looks like for your furry friend:

7AM: Rise & Shine!

Every morning, our dedicated staff ensures all our students have an opportunity to stretch their legs and relieve themselves with a potty run.

Afterward, they enjoy a nutritious breakfast, providing them with the energy they need for the day ahead.

Once breakfast has settled, they’l get one more potty run to ensure their comfort.

Morning Training Sessions

Once they’re breakfasted and pottied, our experienced Professors will lead your dog through 2-3 training sessions in the morning, focusing on specific skills and behaviors.

Our focus-based training techniques and personalized approach ensure an enjoyable and effective learning experience.

Each session also includes walk or play time, allowing your dog to burn off some energy and engage in socialization with other dogs in a supervised environment.

Afternoon Training Sessions

After a brief rest, the training sessions continue in the afternoon.

Our Professors work closely with your dog, reinforcing previous lessons and introducing new challenges.

These sessions build upon the foundation established in the morning, allowing your dog to progress and strengthen their skills further.

Again, walks and play sessions are incorporated to provide mental and physical stimulation.

Dinner & Evening Routine

As the day winds down, it’s time for dinner at 5PM.

The evening provides a calm and relaxing atmosphere for your dog to rest and recharge.

Following dinner, there’s another potty run to promote comfort and cleanliness.

Lights out typically occurs between 9-9:30 PM, allowing them to get a good night’s sleep to prepare for another exciting day of learning and play.

Our Philosophy

At Dogology, we build strong partnerships between dogs and their owners, using our unique focus-based formula.

Choosing the right training program for your dog can be overwhelming, so we offer a personalized consultation to help you select the program that best suits your dog’s specific needs and your training goals.

Our Guidance Counselors will take the time to understand your unique situation, assess your dog’s behavior, and provide expert recommendations tailored to your requirements.

Strong connection

A strong connection between you and your dog is the foundation for successful training and a harmonious relationship.

Our training methods are designed to foster this bond by promoting trust, understanding, and clear communication.

When your dog is focused on you, they become more engaged, attentive, and eager to follow directions.

This allows for more effective training sessions and a deeper sense of companionship.

Continuous support

Training a dog can be a challenging task, and our experienced trainers are here to support and guide you throughout the process.

Our goal is to empower you with the skills and confidence to navigate any training challenges and create a harmonious bond with your dog.

We also offer ongoing free group class support after you and your dog have completed your initial training with us.

Tools for real life

We believe that training goes beyond simply teaching commands and behaviors.

It’s about enhancing the partnership between you, your dog, and the world around you.

Our programs are designed to equip you with the tools to navigate real-life situations, enabling your dog to be a well-behaved and trusted companion in various environments.

By strengthening the partnership, we enhance the overall quality of life for you and your dog.


What age can my dog start boarding school?

They can start as early as 12 weeks as long as they are up to date with vaccines. Required vaccinations include rabies, distemper, hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza, and parvovirus. Proof of vaccinations are required. 

What is a typical day like for my dog during boarding school?

All the dogs go out for morning potty breaks, then it’s time for breakfast before another morning potty break. After that the dogs start the training day, which includes 4-6 training sessions, a training walk, a group play session (if your dog is social), and a public outing before dinner is served in the evening, and final bathroom breaks. If your pup doesn’t play well with other dogs, we’ll play with them one-on-one.

If my student goes to boarding school, won't they just listen to the trainers and not me?

This is a common pitfall with most other Board & Train services, but with our program and philosophy we have you as involved as possible to prevent such issues. We do take-home lessons every Friday afternoon where we review the lessons they’ve learned, and give you homework to practice over the weekend. On Monday, we review the weekly lesson plan with you before you hand the leash over to us.

I just need my dog to be socialized, I don't really need all this obedience right?

While we appreciate your concern for socialization, socialization comes in many forms. That said, we strive to be more than just a dog-on-dog free-for-all. We ask the dog to be well-mannered around other dogs in a cool, calm, positive way, which will be achieved through focus-based training.

How long is the boarding school program?

We have several different packages depending on your dog’s age and needs. Our Associate’s Of Focus is two weeks long, Bachelor’s Of Partnership is four weeks, and Master’s of Commitment is six weeks.

What do I need to bring during my dog’s stay?

Bring enough food for the entirety of their stay (2, 4, or 6 weeks), a 6-foot leash, a no-slip collar, and anything else you might feel will make them comfortable during their time with us.