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DOG TRAINING

Dog Training Programs in Columbia. SC

Our most popular dog training program, The Board and Train Program provides the ultimate flexibility in a dog training program. It builds on the Individualized Training Program (ITP) concept. Our knowledgeable and experienced training team develops each fluid training plan aimed at the goals of each dog and client to ensure optimum results. We even include one hour of owner training with every week your dog completes with us. This time can be used as you see fit. Our clients have used this program for obedience training, problem solving, socialization issues, and a wide range of other dog training needs.

An Individual Training Program is developed, the dog boards with us, we train every day with each dog to accomplish the desired results, and then we train you. This fluid, goal-orientated dog training program provides each with client remarkable results. The flexibility of this program provides the opportunity for many options based on the individual training program.

Some of our most popular dog training requests: 

  • On and Off Leash Obedience
  • Hand Signals
  • Dog Aggression
  • Stranger Aggression
  • Excessive Barking
  • House Breaking
  • Will not load in car
  • Running Off
  • Will not come when called
  • General and Specific Aggression Issues
  • Problem Solving
Give us a call today to discuss your dog training needs!
(803) 708-7305

Dog Training FAQs

How long does it take to train a puppy?
The amount of time it takes for your new puppy to become housebroken depends on how consistent you are with your training and the breed of your puppy. Smaller breeds, such as Yorkshire Terriers, Pomeranians and Bichon Frises tend to require a bit more time and persistence in their training. 
We tailor our training program around each puppy’s personality and behavior so that we can train them in a way that will best get through to them the most effectively and the soonest. 
Why is puppy obedience training important? 
Obedience training your dog is important because you want your puppy to learn from a young age that you are the one in charge. Training your puppy to be obedient to basic commands (sit, stay, come, leave it and down) will set expectations for your puppy on how they should behave and listen from the beginning. 
When is the best time to start training your puppy? 
When it comes to training a new puppy, the earlier you start, the better. You can begin training classes for your new puppy as soon as you bring him/her home. Training early on helps prevent behavioral issues in puppies before they have a chance to develop them. 
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