Private Dog Training (Manners & Obedience)
Duration of Private Dog Training : Sessions are 60mins
Location: Unit 9/ 281 Station Road, Yeerongpilly 4105 or in your home. Please note that there are limited times available at our training centre (as we run classes). We can offer a lot more flexibility in your home. Either way if you don’t find a time that works for you, please let me know.
Cost: $110-$125 per session (travel fee may apply for a session in your home – see below)
Our private dog training will help you to train basic obedience and manners and build an amazing relationship.
Common Sessions Can Include:
Setting up your new puppy or dog for success, toilet training, trick training, basic manners, loose leash walking, jumping and impolite greetings, recall training & more.
Please note: If your dog is experiencing any issues that are more of a behavioural concern you need to book a behavioural consultation package. Examples include: Barking, Fear & Stress, Separation Anxiety, Reactivity, Aggression.
This is to ensure you get the right amount of assessment and support for change and success. We can not effectively train a dog that has any nervousness, fear or stress without a thorough assessment.
We do not charge a travel fee for any of the following suburbs: Moorooka, Yeerongpilly, Yeronga, Tennyson, Salisbury, Rocklea, Acacia Ridge, Coopers Plains, Archerfield & Annerley.
All other suburbs are charged at $3 per kilometre from our Training Centre at Yeerongpilly per visit (you are only charged for one way).
If a travel fee applies it will be added to your booking.
About our Dog Training
All Private Dog Training Sessions are done by professionally qualified and certified trainers only. We are certified by the Australian Pet Professional Guild as a positive behavioural dog trainer. We are committed to lasting results and science based force-free training methods. This means, we are modern dog trainers and dedicated to developing the relationship, connection and bond and creating lasting change. You can read more about us here.
If you are shopping around/looking at other trainers, then we suggest you watch this helpful video to help you make the right decision for you and your dog and check they are listed as a professional member via the Pet Professional Guild Australia . Unfortunately, dog training is unregulated so anyone can call themselves a dog trainer and use harmful and ineffective methods.