What if you could train your dog quickly and easily, without having to stress out or spend a fortune? What if you could do it all from your living room?
A School For The Dogs trainer will work with you private during a 90-minute private intensive virtual session. Your trainer will give you a road map for working with your dog at your own pace, in your own home. This session is meant for dog owners who have not previously done a private session with us.
This bundle contains:
-One 90-minute initial virtual private session with a School For The Dogs Trainer (value: $270).
-Our flagship virtual course, Good Dog Training, featuring 25+ short video lessons on the science and technology of animal training. (value: $197)
-Our Dog Training in 21 Days Course, a series of 21 exercises that you can do with your dog in order to encourage good habits, teach new skills, and improve both your ability to train and your dog's ability to learn. ($97)
Purchasing this as a gift? We would be happy to send a virtual or physical gift card!
Join us for a virtual private lesson for you and your puppy. During this 90-minute online session, a School For The Dogs trainer will review your puppy's behavior and temperament, introduce you to the basics of good dog training, and help you deal with whatever struggles are coming up. Your trainer will provide you with a path to success, offering exercise ideas as well as recommendations for products and protocols that will help you set up your puppy for greatness.
After making your purchase, we will reach out to the email of the purchaser with details on how to book the session. Upon request, we can issue a digital or physical card for the recipient.
This bundle includes our flagship virtual course, Good Dog Training, which will transform how you think about dog training.
In this unique video course, School For The Dogs’ co-founder Annie Grossman brings dog owners a digital, detailed blueprint of how to train dogs in a way that is effective and fun. The course can be completed in an afternoon.
By focusing on concepts rather than behaviors, this course will provide any dog owner with the knowledge and a new skill set that will last a lifetime.
Lively Video Lessons: 25+ short video lessons on the science and technology of animal training.
Foundational Information: Fundamental steps and exercises that can be used at any stage of training.
In-Depth Explanations: Clear and understandable guidance on how to approach dog training in a science-driven, force and pain-free manner.
Additional Resources: Recommended reading and listening materials.
This package also includes our Dog Training in 21 Days course, which includes 21 days of exercises that you can do with your dog in order to encourage good habits, teach new skills, and improve both your ability to train and your dog's ability to learn.
Although designed to be done daily for three weeks, you will receive access to all the exercises at once and can go through them at your own pace.
This is an excellent course both for those who have experience doing some training with their dogs and are looking for direction, and for those who are completely new to training. All the exercises can be done with puppies or older dogs.
Annie Grossman has been training dogs since graduating from the Karen Pryor Academy in 2010. She and Kate Senisi started School For The Dogs in her living room in 2011. She is School For The Dogs' director of operations, runs its online store, and hosts School For The Dogs Podcast.
"I think of this course as an exploded version of what I work on with clients in our first one or two sessions together. I wanted to give people the experience of sitting down with a trainer, but this format allowed me to add so much to that experience in the form of videos, animations, illustrations, and expanded resources. I really believe that giving people a quick overview of how behavior functions in the animal world can help transform how they approach life with a dog. Nothing excites me more than watching people realize how fun and interesting dog training can be!" --Annie Grossman