What’s best for my dog?

We believe every dog can benefit from learning how to dog in our human world, regardless of size, breed, or age.
 
Each of our sessions is customized to your individual dog’s needs and can be purchased in a single session or a package at a discounted rate.
 
We offer basic and advanced obedience, behavior modification, day training, training walks, and board and train so you can be present and get trained with your dog or have us do the training then help your dog generalize those behaviors with you.
 
Sessions are in your home, neighborhood, or wherever needed. We’ll discuss all of your training goals in our first session and come up with a management and training plan that’s easy to follow. In addition to the hands-on training, you will receive emailed reading material and homework. If you want additional guidance, we do have packages available. We also offer email and phone support between sessions.
See pricing for all services on “Information” page. 

Obedience and Manners

Obedience and manners
This is for dogs without reactivity or phobia issues.
Ideal for puppies, teenagers, and adults who need foundation training or fine tuning. 
Puppy socials:
Get a head start on proper socialization with our puppy socials. Dogs are the best teachers of other dogs, so it’s ideal to make sure their interactions are with dogs who are going to display the behaviors that we want your dog to pick up. Puppy socials are open to all puppies under 6 months old who have had their second set of shots. Address common behaviors like jumping, pulling, barking, digging, chewing, potty training, puppy nipping, recall, public manners, among many others.Packages are a great option for puppies or newly adopted dogs. However, sometimes one session is all you need!
 
Call for more information and to set up a puppy play date. 

Behavior Modification

Behavior Modification
Ideal for dogs with reactivity in the form of aggression or fear. Since sessions occur where needed (have trouble at the vet?), We can get a lot done at once. Aggression, reactivity, fear, phobias, bullying, canine compulsion disorder, and separation anxiety are some of the common issues we address.
Consultation needed. A package size will be recommended.

Board And Train

Board And Train
Don’t have time to train or going out of town and want to come back to a better behaved canine citizen? Your best option might be board and train or day training. This is ideal for dogs who have aggression or general anxiety (not to be confused with separation anxiety). Your dog comes to live in Sabrielle’s home for a decided the amount of time. These options both come with transfer sessions so you know how to keep up with the training. 

Training Walks:

Training Walks:
Ideal for dogs who need recall work, loose leash walking skills, or are leash reactive. 30 minutes to 1 hour each.

Additional Services

Call for information on additional services.

Here's some of the things we've seen and can help with:

Adopted dogs
Advanced training
Aggression
Alert barking
Animal aggression
Anxiety
Aversion

Baby prep
Barrier frustration/ aggression
Basics
Bath time
Begging
Behavior modification
Bike chasing
Biting
Blind dogs
Body language
Bolting
Breed knowledge
Bullying

Canine compulsion disorder
Car chasing
Car manners
Car sickness
Care
Chewing
Clicker training
Come when called
Cooperative care
Confidence
Consistency
Counterconditioning
Counter surfing
Crate training
Crying

Deaf dogs
Decompression
Destructive behavioris
Diet
Digging
Distraction-proofing
Dog park
Dog aggression
Door darting
Dominance
Down
Down stay at a distance
Drop it

Eating non-acceptable items
Eating grass
Eating stool (self or others)
Elders and dogs
Emotional support animals
Enrichment
Escaping
Exercise

Fear
Fear aggression
Fetch
Fly chasing (no flies present)
Focus (on you!)
Free-shaping
Fundamental skills
Fireworks

Go to your bed
Grooming
Growling
Guarding food, human, object etc

Handler aggression
Health
Heel
Housemates fighting
House training
Howling
Human aggression
Humping
Husbandry
Hyper activity

Impulse control
Insecurity
Introductions
Irritability
Itching

Jumping
Justified aggression

Kennel
Kids and dogs

Learning theory
Leash reactivity
Leash skills
Leave it
Licking
Light chasing
Long distance recall
Lunging

Mailman-directed aggression
Male aggression
Manners
Marking
Mobility assistance service dogs
Motion sickness
Mounting
Mouthing

Nail trims
Nipping

Obedience
Obsessions
Off
Off leash

Pain reactions
Panting
Play
Phobias
Positive reinforcement
Potty training
Prey drive
Problem solving
Pulling on leash
Psychiatric service dogs
Puppy training

Quiet

Reactivity
Recall
Relaxation
Reliability
Reinforcement
Reinforcement history
Reinforcement zones
Resource guarding
Restrictive aggression
Retrieval
Roll over
Running away

Self harm (tail/paw chewing etc)
Service dog training
Separation anxiety
Shadow chasing

Shyness
Sit
Socialization
Special needs dogs
Sports
Stay
Stranger-directed aggression
Stubborn
Submission
Sound Sensitivity

Tail chasing
Target an object or place
Task training
Territorial aggression
Touch cue
Traffic safety
Tricks
Tug

Unpredictability
Unwanted barking
Urinating in the house

Vet visits
Vocalizing

Wait
Walking skills
Whining

X-pens

Yelling (we can change your reactions too!)

Zen dens