BEHAVIOR REHABILITATION,

BOARDING, DAYCARE & VARIOUS TRAINING OPTIONS 

K9 Consultants

Services

 -Behavior Modification

and Rehabilitation

-Balanced Training Methodologies

-Boarding

​-DayCare

-In-House Board & Train



Home Training Visits Soon!!


K9C will be available to make home visits for training. The over all fee will include Mileage (Destination Location) Materials, Experience and Labor. Please keep in mind that the length of the training will have to squeeze 20 plus years of experience in a short amount of time.


Please be serious about scheduling training, because we will charge a $35 cancellation fee. We want to be fair  and allow every customer the ability to experience K9C and see the difference in your pet, so every minute counts , from driving to your residence, training, and driving over to another customers home.


We want to allow for your pup  and you, to see K9C  at our best.


​We will post on FB when it will officially begins.

SEE YOU THEN! 


Added Service

Pup Suite:

Bedroom available for pups to sleep in and can roam around the home freely,without any restriction and can free feed as long as they are not aggressive and protective over food or toys. Rates begin at $50/day. They will be sleeping in a bedroom with Mimi. Call for any additional information :)



Group Classes

No group classes are being set up at this time. We must have at least 5 Teams (Handler & Pup) to hold the class. Please feel free to call for any information regarding any future scheduling.







​WHAT'S NEW!!

Is there a solution to my dogs unruly behavior?


This is the first step in creating a working relationship between the trainer and the clients. If the client says, “I want the dog to stop getting into the trash” and the trainer recommends eight weeks of obedience training, there is an obvious disconnect. Sometimes the solution is counter–intuitive. A person who wants to stop a dog from barking all day may not realize that getting the dog house–trained might be the first, best solution. Dogs that cannot be left indoors often end up as chronic diggers and chewers from shear boredom.

Some "trainers" are simply telling you what you want to hear so they can take your money,sad right?


How do I know my trainer is a good,reliable trainer?


Some behaviors require great skill and many years’ experience to resolve. A general course of training at a big–box store isn’t going to be of much help to someone with an obsessive, compulsive dog. Likewise, aggression should be handled by people who have a great deal of experience with aggression. Many trainers claim skills and knowledge they don’t have. Someone who works for a franchise is automatically limited to the skill–sets that come from the franchise. A person who teaches classes in the park may not be qualified to handle one–on–one training.


How long will it take?


This is where skill and knowledge really come in to play. The late Dr. Sophia Yin did a “study” of how her Manners Minder treat dispenser could teach dogs to lie quietly when guests came to the door. It took four months. In reality, the process takes about ten minutes and a couple of touch–ups. If a client pays hundreds of dollars for long–term classes and doesn’t see tangible progress within the first week or two, there is usually something wrong. By the same token, long–term house–training issues in a chaotic home may take a couple of months.

The best rule of thumb is that if the logical goal is to stop a behavior, the solution should be relatively speedy. If the goal is to teach a behavior such as peeing outdoors or teaching a fearful dog to be more comfortable in stressful surroundings, the solution is going to take longer.

How Much Work Does It Take?


If asking this question is necessary for you ,then you are not fully committed in helping your pup. You are trying to help yourself.

Find a good home for your pup and get a pet rock.