All private training sessions will be held at our facility, or in an agreed upon outdoor space. We will not be holding private training sessions inside our client’s homes.
Dog training is an essential part of raising a well mannered member of your family. At All About Dogs we have a variety of training options to meet your needs.
Work with you and your dog individually.
In one of our many group classes.
Our positive and fun approach to learning will teach you to identify your dogs individual needs and communicate effectively, building a strong relationship and a confident dog. We offer training for dogs of all ages.
Need help determining the best fit for you and your dog?
Amanda is a graduate of Animal Behavior College (ABC) obtaining certificates in both Pet Grooming and Dog Training. ABC is approved by the Bureau for Private Postsecondary and Vocational Education and is an internationally recognized school. She is also an approved AKC Evaluator for both Canine Good Citizen and S.T.A.R Puppy tests. Committed to providing the most effective, convenient solutions to her clientsâ dog training needs, Amanda likes to keep current on industry literature. She has instructed private lessons, puppy classes, basic & advanced obedience classes, rally & tricks classes and is experienced in training deaf dogs. Living on a farm she also brings the dynamic of training dogs around livestock. She has worked with community based organizations to train shelter dogs. Amanda enjoys partaking in therapy dog visits with her Miniature Schnauzer and is a Licensed TDI (Therapy Dog International) Evaluator.
Chris has been a positive dog trainer since 2016. His favorite part of training is figuring out what works for each individual dog. It’s like a puzzle, and when it’s solved it’s fun not just for him, but the owner and dog as well. He also trained his cat to follow basic obedience cues like sit, down, come and stay. Chris specializes in obedience for puppy and adult dogs.
Laura has been involved with dogs all her life. She got her first, Teddy, a Treeing Walker Coonhound, when she was 10 years old and she has grown from there. She participates in Agility, Hunt tests, Shows, Lure Coursing, FAST cats and Barn Hunt. She soon will be adding Dock Diving to the list. She is a licensed UKC Coonhound Show Judge, an Agility Instructor and helps with the local 4-H dog group. Laura joined the All About Dogs team as a Kennel Technician in September 2015, expanding her duties to Taxi Driver and teaching group dog training classes. Laura was promoted to Dog Training Coordinator in August, 2018.
Lotta has been teaching classes in obedience and agility for 20+ years and recently joined the All About Dogs team in 2019. Among all the animals Lotta has been surrounded by, dogs have always been the ones closest to her heart. Her passion for dog training and dog sports grew in leaps and bounds after she imported her first Belgian Tervuren in 1996. His enthusiasm for life and for working led to involvement in numerous dog sports such as obedience, agility, lure coursing, conformation and barn hunt. But first and foremost, training dogs to learn how to become well mannered family members has been of greatest importance. Beyond the dog world, Lotta is a registered nurse. She also stays busy running a family horse farm where her 4 current dogs, 2 Belgian Tervuren, a Belgian Malinois and a Sheltie, enjoy playing. Her household also includes 3 cats, 2 snakes, numerous chickens and a fish.
I never had dogs growing up however I always had a love for them. When I was 21 and moved out of my parents house for the first time I got my first dog Max, a Puggle. After 5 years of just owning Max I came across a dog who was about to be euthanized due to biting someone in the shelter. She was a 3 year old Chiweenie (Chihuahua/Dachshund mix). I got to her and rescued her just in time. Once I adopted her I found she had a lot of fear aggression. I took a good year or so to rehabilitate her so she can live a relatively normal and happy life. I fell in love with the psychology of animal behavior vs human behavior and it fascinated me. I thought I have to do something with my life where I save those dogs who may not get a second chance. Immediately I thought dog training since it deals with animal behavior. I did some research on different training schools and came across CATCH Canine Trainers Academy. It took me just over a year to complete my schooling. In April of 2015 I became certified. My first job as a trainer was at petsmart and I happened to get this job right when I was in the middle of school in August of 2014. Throughout my training career I also became certified as an evaluator to conduct the cgc (canine good citizen) test back in January 2016. In my free time I also work with my own personal dogs doing agility. I just got hired here at all about dogs in February 2018. I am excited to expand my skills here at all about dogs and continue to learn more and be a part of this wonderful company. My passion in life is to keep dogs out of shelters and to rehabilitate those dogs who need a 2nd chance.
Pam started working at All About Dogs in 2009 offering her Reiki and Canine massage services but soon she expanded her job responsibilities into the daycare. Spending time with the dogs and watching how they interact led her to learn more about canine body language and behavior. Being a regular in many types of training classes such as agility, Rally-O and obedience with her own dogs she felt the desire to learn to teach training classes and help other dogs and their owners build positive relationships. She mentored with a local trainer for over a year while continuing to read and learn all that she could. She has been teaching classes at All About Dogs since 2012. In December 2018 she was accepted as a Pets for Vets trainer. She looks forward to helping the Veterans of our area find a companion from local rescues and shelters.
Our trainers will provide your family with the tools needed to teach your dog how to be a well-mannered member of the family. The sessions can be individualized to meet your specific needs, such as: ⦁ Focus on obedience skills. ⦁ Puppy basics ⦁ Help for a fearful or reactive dog. We can *travel to your home, meet at a local park or at **All About Dogs.
Cost: $75.75 for 1 hour session outside of our facility* $272.70 for 4 – 1 hour sessions outside of our facility (10% savings)* $60.60 for 1 hour session held at our facility** $222.22 for 4 – 1 hour sessions held at our facility (10% savings)**
*Travel charges may apply. ** Dogs training in the All About Dogs facility must meet our vaccination and health policies
Are you overwhelmed with your dog’s behavior? Does your schedule prevent you from joining group classes?
We can work with your dog directly then teach you the cues and how to follow through. We can come to your home or work with your dog while he is boarding at our facility. You will receive a write up or email after each session with information on the skills worked and any management information.
Cost: $15.15 for 15 minutes at our facility.** $30.30 for 30 minutes at our facility.** $75.75 for 1 hour session outside of our facility* $272.70 for 4 – 1 hour sessions outside of our facility (10% savings)* $60.60 for 1 hour session held at our facility** $222.22 for 4 – 1 hour sessions held at our facility (10% savings)**
*Travel charges may apply. ** Dogs trained in the All About Dogs facility must meet our vaccination and health policies
Puzzles, games and props and other fun activities are used to stimulate your dog’s mind and body.
This type of training can build confidence, reduce stress and help your dog learn new things more quickly which can lead to a more emotionally and physically balanced dog.
Enrichment training can be individualized and adapted to meet the needs of dogs of all ages and abilities.
Cost: $15.15 for 15 minutes at our facility.** $25.25 for 30 minutes at our facility.**
** Dogs trained in the All About Dogs facility must meet our vaccination and health policies