Inland Empire Dog Training
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Meet Shane Murray
AdaptK9 Dog Training
As a professional dog trainer, my job is to help you and your dog achieve your goals. I will teach you how to be the best owner for your dog and build a healthy relationship with them based on trust and clear consistent communication.
Evidently, you will become the dog trainer with the knowledge I provide for you and the skills that I would be teaching you. My most common dogs are reactive dogs whether it's fear, aggression, or friendly fraternization. No matter what your goals are, I will help you and your dog achieve them. Contact me today to get started!
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Dog Training Services
At AdaptK9, we offer a variety of services to meet your dog training needs. Our packaged services include everything from obedience training to behavior modification. Customize a program to fit your dog's unique personality and needs. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how AdaptK9 Dog Training can help you create a better bond with your furry friend.
2 Dog Session
Training will cover the basic sit, down, stay, place. The foundation of Heel and recall and stay will be set but those are behaviors that take a good amount of time and work to be reliable.
Frequently Asked Questions
How many sessions will my dog need?
That entirely depends on the severity of the dogs issues at hand and how much time and consistency you as the owner puts into the training. There is no quick fix when it comes to dog training. None that last anyway!
How often are the sessions?
Typically 2-3 weeks in between. That gives you enough time to implement the things I am teaching you and the dog and then we continuously progress from there.
How long are the sessions?
The first one is about an hour to hour and a half. The following are 1 hour long.
If I have 2 dogs will they be trained at the same time?
I like to start with one first solo and then switch dogs. We need them to be able to focus alone before we can rely on them to do it together.
What will I need for the session?
Just your dog and leash and muzzle if necessary. I will bring everything else to see what works best with your dog.