Meet 'N' Greet 

Please fill out the following form in order to get an appointment for your meet and greet. Meet 'n' Greets are required for Daycare and Training. Drop your dog off for 2-4 hours for this appointment and its a one time fee of $75.00 (*If your dog does not pass the Meet 'n' Greet then that money goes towards the training to pass) 

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Trainings

$150.00

Leash Starter Package

This is where we introduce you to the use of our sidekick Leash.

 

By the end of this first lesson you should have the proper structure to use this tool comfortably. For each additional Lesson after the first one if needed is $75.00.

$500.00

Basic Obedience Package

This includes the transitional leash with the  4  lessons. 
SAVE $50 by purchasing this package.

Basic Obedience includes the foundation you will be building with your dog. Commands such as "Come/Here," "Sit," and "Down," "Stay," and "Out/ Leave it."

Leash work. "Loose Leash Walking." Where they will be on leash walking right next to you without pulling and or tripping you with the zig and zag.

"Off/Down." The important command for not jumping on humans or up on counters. 

$300.00

Advanced Obedience package

This package is only open to those who have completed the basic obedience first. This is an additional 4 lessons where you get to make your dog out to be a rock-star! This can focus on long sits, long stays, Dog confidence jumping, and any tricks or training items that you want your dog to learn in addition to the basics.

$850.00

Dog Aggression Help

Does your dog have issues with aggression, dog reactivity, or simply go over the top when in comes to new situations? If so, this is a specially designed package to your dog is the best option for you both. 
This 8 Lesson program consists of starting over with 4 of the 8 lessons back at the basics, building trust and confidence with you and your dog. Which will give you back your foundation and control of your dog. Also includes muzzle conditioning and fitting for you to order your own personal muzzle. Then the other 4 lessons we spend on working you and your dog around other dogs in different scenarios, commands, and random situations. Giving you and your dog the skills, tools, structure, and desensitization that is necessary to put you back in control of these situations.

Other options:

Puppy Foundation

This often results in overwhelmed owners rehoming or taking these puppies to local shelters, feeling the puppy’s disposition is bad or simply that they are not cut out to be dog owners.

First-time dog owners are often unsure of when to begin training their dogs. For the best results, it’s essential to start training your puppy as soon as possible. You can start socialization and basic commands as soon as you bring your new puppy home. Puppies are open to new experiences and people and learn quickly while they are young. It is beneficial to take advantage of this stage. Start with basic commands like "sit," "come," and "stay." If you are searching for a place that offers puppy obedience classes look no further.

Getting a new puppy can be an exciting adventure, especially for new puppy owners. The love and joy a dog can bring are genuinely impressive. Dogs become such an integral part of the family. However, the most common mistake new owners make is underestimating the knowledge, commitment, and effort needed to train a new puppy. Once a puppy begins to grow, its energy can quickly feel unmanageable. It’s all too common that a well-meaning and loving family takes on a puppy lacking the knowledge and skills to train correctly.

Obediance Training

We use positive dog training here at El's Pampered Paws, based on the classical conditioning theory, paired with both positive and negative methods like Leash Pressure and or an electronic collar-- this is not a shock collar. Unlike a shock collar, an electronic collar does not hurt or harm the dog and is used to obtain a dog's attention. We believe in using ongoing praise to encourage good behavior. The difference becomes clear when comparing a dog that is trained out of anxiety and intimidation vs a dog who truly desires to please from the inside out.

Obedience dog training covers commands such as:

  • Lay down (next to you & at a distance)

  • Heel/ With me (walk with you, no more pulling)

  • Come

  • Place (go to bed)

  • Sit (next to you & at a distance)

  • Off (furniture when desired)

Anxiety & Agrresion Training

One of the most difficult, necessary, and rewarding behaviors to correct in a dog is anxiety and aggression. Anxiety and aggression are behaviors that can be learned, genetic, or innate. When a dog feels threatened, the two natural responses will be fight or flight. Most dogs will attempt to put as much distance between themselves and the threat; if the threat remains they will then turn to aggression or submit. Other dogs are overly confident pack leaders and will turn first to aggression. Both of these reactions stem from anxiety and can be fixed with a balanced, positive aggressive dog training in Richfield Utah.

Dog Training  behavior modification process is highly personalized. We work to empower owners as they work alongside our professionals to build confidence and understanding in their dogs. We work with owners in their home to slowly retrain a dog’s reactions to stressful situations and then work to integrate them back into the community. 

Service Dog Evaluations

Evaluations are to clearly define which service dog is going to be needed and how to go about finding a prospect or if you have a dog in mind if its in their capability .This is  to help with a disability and will be evaluated off of doctors or therapist orders.

 Psychiatric service dog tasks are customizable, but examples include:

  • Grounding

  • Deep Pressure Therapy

  • Panic Response

  • Create a Physical Buffer

  • Interrupt Repetitive Behaviors

  • Watch rear blind spot

  • Additional tasks as needed, must be approved by trainer.

A mobility support dog can increase an individual's independence and quality of life by assisting with tasks that are difficult or impossible to complete on their own. A brace and mobility support dog can be taken anywhere and are trained to their handlers specific mobility and ambulatory needs. Mobility service dog tasks are customizable, but examples include:

  • Forward Momentum Pull

  • Counterbalance

  • Open Doors

  • Turn Lights On/Off

Personalized autism canines provide an emotional anchor for children with autism and a sense of security to family members. The autism world is widely accepting of service dogs, as overwhelming results show psychological benefits for the child in addition to the entire family. Autism support service dog tasks are customizable, but examples include:

  • Deep Pressure Therapy

  • Anchor a Child Who Wanders

  • Sensory Assistance

  • Find Help

  • Redirect Repetitive Behaviors

  • Tactile Stimulation