Anytime you get a new canine – whether puppy or adult, breeder-raised or rescue, you need to take a Training Class! And if your dog isn’t new, but needs some manners and a chance to interact with people and other dogs, you can get all the help you need at Paws Inn.
Classes at Paws Inn Resort & Training are kept small enough to ensure you will get individual attention from the trainer as needed.
Our training philosophy is positive-based with an emphasis on building a relationship between your dog and your family.
Lisa S. writes: "following the completion of our puppy class, I wanted to continue training with our then 14 week old puppy, Ella. Ella is a bit of a social butterfly to say the least. She is extremely active and LOVES other people and other dogs...so her attention and focus has been very hard for me to get and keep. We signed up for Tween Agility, not really knowing what to expect. After the first class, Ella was exhausted, as was I, but happily so. Each week we went back, I was more and more impressed. By the end of the third week in class, Ella would sit next to me, not looking away at all of the other dogs and families, but at me (and her treats)...something I never thought would happen! In short, her focus went from very weak to WOW! We still have a ways to go with our sweet, active, Ella Bella, but Tween Agility, the other classes at Paws Inn, and the incredible staff have given us a strong foundation for our continued training with her. I would recommend this class in a heartbeat to every dog owner! "
IAN DUNBAR'S Dog Star Daily http://www.dogstardaily.com/
KAREN PRYOR'S Clicker Training http://www.clickertraining.com/basics?source=fpnf
CLICKER TRAINING Introduction http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IC367wKGi4M
ASSOCIATION OF PET DOG TRAINERS site: Jodi Theis is a Member Trainer http://www.apdt.com/petowners/choose/default.aspx
Want to get a dog? READ THIS FIRST: http://www.apdt.com/petowners/gettingadog/default.aspx