Dog Training Beverly, MA
Are you looking for dog training in Beverly MA? Dog Coach offers programs from puppy training to behavior modification. We help you create a family-centered canine life where your dog learns to follow your leadership. Our programs offer the most effective dog training in Beverly, MA and the surrounding North Shore area. We empower owners with dog-handling skill that encourages dogs to make better choices.
If you’re dealing with problems such as uncontrolled barking, dog reactivity, housebreaking, rough play, or leash pulling, Dog Coach can help. Read on to learn about our three different introductory dog training programs for the Beverly MA area.
Dog Coach Reviews
“I was referred to Dog Coach by a friend when my Duck Tolling Retriever was 9 weeks. I knew from my first conversation with them that it was a match. The facility is immaculate and quiet. Dog Coach listened carefully, observed keenly my interaction and tone of voice with Bella. At nearly 6 months now, Bella is the best trained dog I’ve had. It was a worthwhile experience!”
– Margaret B., Beverly MA
Our Programs in Beverly, MA
Team Puppy is for dogs ages 8-16 weeks. The program is 3 sessions, one-on-one and covers:
- Setting a feed and sleep schedule
- Crate training
- Potty training
- Controlling nipping, barking, and more
Foundation training is a comprehensive approach to dog training. Whether you’re looking for obedience training or behavior modification, Our results-driven dog training is a deep dive into how you and your family interact with your dog.
Some of the basic challenges we address include:
- Leash reactivity
- Food and resource guarding
- Fear and separation anxiety
- Dog-to-dog aggression
- Basic dog obedience
Remote Collar Training
Remote collar training is for the dog that tends to make bad choices, is uncontrollable, does not listen to you, or is easily over-excited.
Remote collar training includes all the lessons of our Foundation Program and practice in:
- Sit, place (stay), heel, and down
- Off-leash recall
- Proper responses to excessive barking and resource guarding
Dog Training Tip: Enjoy Walking Your Dog
Instead of letting your dog walk you, shorten your leash and have your dog go where you want to go. In our programs we teach a structured walk, where your dog is heeling by your side, and you are engaged in a leash conversation to overcome distractions. You want your dog staying focused on your leadership and more structure will give you an enjoyable walk. Our programs are about confidence, comfort, and control.
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