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    Private Dog Training

  • Private, In-home Dog Training

    Call Beth Joy at 410-404-6492 or use that contact button there to email us

  • Your Private Trainer

    Puppy Primer

    Get all the basics of training for your pup, including name recognition, sit, down, leash walking, polite greetings, and issues specific to puppies like crate training, nipping, potty training, and more

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    Good Manners

    Basic training for your adult dog, including attention, sit, down, leash walking, polite greetings, recalls, and more. You’ll learn to communicate better with your dog to form a lasting, loving bond

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    Day Training

    Busy? Like, super busy? We can train your dog in your home or at our facility without you and then go over the training sessions so you know what to do to properly communicate with your best friend

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  • Group In-Home

    Have two or more dogs? If so, or if you want to team up with a friend – or friends – we can teach multiple dogs basic good manners in your home. It’ll be fun!

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    Behavior Modification

    Problems? With “B-Mod”, we work with your shy, aggressive, or fearful dog on issues like excessive barking, general fear or anxiety, resource guarding, aggression, and others

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    Board & Train

    Yes, we do “board and train,” but no, we do not use shock collars, prong collars, force, or anything but purely positive training methods – contact us for more information

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  • Let’s Train!

    Training your dog is an important factor in guiding him or her to be a happy, confident member of your family. The bond that forms when training is critical. The methods that we use at Unleashed Joy Dog Training help strengthen that bond. Through the use of positive training techniques, your dog learns to trust you and become more self-assured. With private sessions, you can be more flexible with your schedule. Our private sessions are great for dogs that may not be ready for a group class setting. Dogs that are fearful or aggressive toward other dogs may not be good candidates for group classes, but still need to learn. Private sessions allow for a more personal, one on one experience for you and your dog.

    We help your dog learn desired behaviors by positively reinforcing them, and decrease undesired behaviors by eliminating reinforcement of them. We don’t advocate a human/dog relationship based on fear and/or coercion, and do not support or use choke collars, prong collars, shock collars or any aversive techniques that may damage your dogs trust in you or in humankind. You’ve made a long term commitment that requires teaching, guidance and love.