Thank you for your interest in Good Neighbor Dog Training!
We can't wait to meet you and get started working together to build the relationship you want between you and your dogs.
initial in-home consultation - $80 The initial consulation lasts between 80-90 minutes. This is a time for the trainer to meet you and your family members both two and four-legged. You will discuss current issues and training goals. Following the consultation, the trainer will provide you with a typed assessment and recommendations for you to implement.
follow-up sessions - $65 per session
Want to speed up the training process? Follow-up sessions can help build on your initial goals, improve consistency in training and address unexpected issues that may come up.
4-session package - $275 This includes the initial 90-minute consultation plus three follow-up sessions to be scheduled within 3 months of the initial meeting, and is a 20% discount from individual sessions.
5-week group obedience class - $120 per dog Classes will cover appropriate training equipment and safety, basic obedience behaviors including "sit", "down", "stay", "go to bed" and loose leash walking. A variety of topics from health and nutrition to classical and operant conditioning and behavior modification will also be presented. Class size is limited to 4 dogs and their handlers, so you will get a lot of one-on-one attention from the trainer, in addition to practice working around other dogs.
8-session in-home training - $500
Following an initial consultation (not included), our trainer will come into your home twice a week for four weeks and train your dog. Each session will last 30-40 minutes. You get to watch a professional at work and your dog will learn good behaviors much faster - the educational and time-saving benefits are huge!
Behavior Adjustment Training - $100 per set-up / +$50 with helper dog
Behavior Adjustment Training, or BAT, is described by creator Grisha Stewart as "a dog-friendly application of ‘functional analysis’ that gives the dogs a chance to learn to control their own comfort level through peaceful means." It is used to rehabilitate aggression, frustration, and fear and isvery empowering to your dog!
You will gain an understanding your dog's body language, sensitivities, and stress thresholds as well as BAT techniques for leash handling and the "functional" reward system used in BAT. Our trainer will coach you through a series of formal set-ups specific to your dog's needs.
Interested in something else? Just ask! We're happy to work out a plan tailor-made for you and your family.