Accredited Board and Train Programs
Every canine is unique and sometimes a “one-size-fits-all” approach isn’t the best when it comes to training. Our hands-on approach with both you and your student will help to reinforce positive behaviors and lead to more successful results.
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Our Board and Train programs will turn your student into a PAW-some member of society, and will give you the knowledge and confidence to take on the world with your pup!
Once Enrolled, you’ll see the difference in our University Programs. You don’t just drop off your student, our guidance counselors and professors work with you every step of the way…
Our weekly report card keeps you updated on your student's progress.
You get to take your dog home on the weekends so that you can work on your homework.
Weekly one-on-one lessons with your student's professor to review what your student has learned.
Which Board & Train Program Is Right For You?
In this two-week program, your dog will learn commands such as “watch me", "sit", "down", and come when called. They will also learn how to recognize their own name, basic manners, and will be introduced to heeling with a lure.LEARN MORE
In our four-week Bachelor program, your dog will learn hand signals for "come", "heel", "sit", "stay", and "down", and will automatically sit while heeling. They will also learn manners such as "out", "leave it", and how to politely greet people.LEARN MORE
This six-week program is reserved for more advanced off-leash behaviours, including "sit", "down", "place", "come", and "heel". We also strongly recommend this program for dogs with behavioral issues such as separation anxiety, dog reactivity, etc.LEARN MORE
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.