Private Dog Training near Springfield, MO
Private Dog Training
Sometimes you just need a professional dog trainer to help guide you and your dog in the right direction. In our initial consultation I will help you understand your options so you are able to make a choice that fits you lifestyle. In our one-on-one sessions, we will implement a step-by-step training plan that moves you in the direction that makes life easier for you and your K9 family member.
Private dog training can be a wonderful way to help someone get started with training, especially when concentrated work on specific issues such as separation anxiety, fear, or aggression is required.
Our private dog training sessions are an investment in your relationship with your dog. When you think about it, you’ll realize you’re getting so much more than just obedience training. You and your K9 will learn how to communicate, which will result in much better quality time with one another.
Your dog will better understand what you want. Improved socialization is often a result from private training. It’s not a passive experience. Successful dog training requires all parties to be fully engaged. But a commitment like this to your pet, will yield benefits for years to come.
Every private dog training session is different. Contact us to discuss your particular training goals, and for pricing.
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The one-on-one coaching will be at our arena or virtual. Carrie and her team do not do in-home training unless there are circumstances that require you to train at home.
Carrie specializes in aggression, anxiety, and puppy training. If you are wanting basic training, agility, tricks, therapy, or obedience private coaching, the information you give us when you sign up will direct you towards the best PK9s trainer for you.
For more information on Precious K9s Private Coaching prices, send us an email at [email protected] and we will answer your questions.
Carrie Galvan on Dog Training Sessions
“Some of my favorite dog training sessions during the week are those where people want to teach their dog something new with me coaching them. I love to see the relationship between humans and dogs change for the better over time. So many times I look at them as a team six months or a year later and think, I wish I would have had a camera crew to document our first session. There is such a difference in the teamwork. This has really developed into an amazing friendship and it could have so easily have been a colossal mess for both the two and four-legged animals involved”. Carrie Galvan, professional dog trainer