Emotional Support Animal
Here we go above and beyond basic obedience. If you want your dog to be your Emotional Support Animal, then you need to solidify your bond with them. We work on focus, reaction distraction, navigating public spaces, and a variety of commands. Our goal is to make you and your dog a cohesive team.
When you are joining our furry family, it is important that we get to know you and your dog to make sure we can provide the best training tailored to your needs. Our new client evaluation is a one-hour session devoted to getting to know your dog. We will test your dog to see what they already know, and we will discuss what an Emotional Support Animal is and how it differs from Service and Therapy Animals, and make a personalized training plan.
Our sessions are hands-on and utilize positive reinforcement training. We are building a relationship between you and your dog so it is important that you are involved in training your dog.
The sessions are an hour long and can be done at your home, a park, and where ever else is needed to get the best results. We will start by checking in to see what progress you and your dog have made. Then discuss how homework went and review the skills you learned in the last session. After that, we will go on to new skills that will advance in their difficulty level as you and your dog accomplishes new goals.