Work With An Experienced Professional
If you are dealing with bad behavior and temperament issues, you have come to the right place. You shouldn’t have to accept leash pulling and barking as just a normal part of dog ownership. Taking your dog out should be enjoyable, not a battle for control.
Dog training is equal parts art and science. It takes years for a dog trainer to hone their craft and provide the best experience for both client and dog. Sam is one of the most experienced, qualified trainers in central Kentucky. Hundreds of dogs have successfully graduated from her board and train programs over the years. These are dogs from every breed and temperament imaginable, and she has helped them all.
When you join one of our training programs, you are gaining a wealth of knowledge through someone who has been working with both pet dogs and competition dogs for over a decade. Whether your dog struggles with leash aggression, or you just want some basic obedience, we can help you to reach your goals.
We offer three different types of programs for dogs over 6 months of age.
- Board and Train
- Private Lessons
- Group Classes
If your dog is younger, check out our Puppy Training Programs.
Training Issues That We Cover
- Leash Pulling
- Counter Surfing
- Stealing Clothes
- Raiding the Trash
- Barking and Whining
- Separation Anxiety
- Fear and Anxiety Issues
- Leash Aggression
- Fence Fighting
- Resource Guarding
- Door Bolting
- Chasing Cats and Livestock
- Ignoring Distractions
- Off Leash Skills
Many people encounter behavioral issues with their dog because they can’t speak the same language. We will create a common language for you and your dog, and give you all of the tools that you need to bring out their best.
We will also help you to understand who your dog is at a genetic level. You don’t see yorkies herding cattle, and you won’t catch a basset hound pulling a sled. Each breed was created for a certain “job”, and with those jobs come certain personality traits. Rather than fighting against your dog’s personality, we will give them appropriate outlets and show them the right way to express themselves.
Taking this approach to dog training prevents your dog from becoming frustrated and difficult.