Topsfield, MA. Dog Trainer
Dog Coach is a Topsfield MA dog trainer, serving the greater community and offering puppy and dog training. We teach you to become the calm, confident leader that all dogs need. Programs are offered at our training location or at your Topsfield MA home with trainer recommendation. From basic obedience training and puppy training to behavior modification and off-leash training, we empower you with dog-handling skill that encourages good manners in dogs.
Why Work with our Topsfield, MA Dog Trainers?
Imagine being able to live the fun life you want with the best dog in the neighborhood! Having a great relationship with your dog takes dedication and consistent work. Our Topsfield, MA dog training programs address canine development as your dog grows and learns expectations for good behavior.
What Our Customers Have to Say About Us
“We have Jasper, a sweet, 42 lb, a six-year-old terrier with a mind of his own. Overall he’s been an excellent dog but his excitement at meeting new people and dogs was over-enthusiastic, to say the least. He would run around, jump on, and put his mouth on any guest coming into our house. With dogs, his excitement level was the same. Dog Coach taught us to use the remote collar and other subtle methods that helped us train Jasper to react to people and dogs in a way that everyone could enjoy, including him. Their method really worked and was fun as well. Thank you, Dog Coach!!”
– Richard G.
Our Topsfield, MA Programs
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.
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 with practice in:
- Sit, place (stay), heel, and down
- Off-leash recall
- Proper responses to excessive barking and resource guarding
Dog Training Tip: Teaching Your Dog to Walk Nicely
If you have trouble controlling your dog out on walks, raise your expectations for a better walk with practice in your backyard or a smaller quiet area. Keep distractions to a minimum because your dog is still learning to focus on you and your control. Teaching your dog is a process. Begin to manage distractions just enough so that you can correct your dog and hold their focus. When your dog starts behaving on walks, appreciate the work you have done for a calm, controlled, enjoyable walk. Job well done!
Ready to Move Forward?
Read through the programs and fill out our 20-question form to get started!