A free evaluation with an Austin dog trainer is an excellent way to meet the trainer and allows us to gauge the dog’s temperament and personality. By doing this, we can assess and provide recommendations for training. We will also discuss your goals and expectations. An evaluation is not always necessary; however, it is recommended for some dogs.
Private training lessons are an hour long, and most will be conducted at our facility. However, in some situations the trainer may recommend in home lessons. We try to provide a comfortable learning environment which will allow your dog to accomplish more in the beginning.
Want your dog to listen and come when called consistently? If off leash obedience is something you are looking for, we can help. During our dog off-leash program, we will cover all areas of training. Lessons will be done at home or parks. We make sure to explain how training works and supply homework so you and your dog are successful!
Don’t have time? We can train your dog for you through our Board & Train program.
We understand that obedience training takes time, and with a busy schedule, it’s not always easy. Our board and train program is designed just for that. We offer varying lengths of boarding (1-4 weeks) depending on your goals. Although your dog will be trained through the program, it is also important that you understand how to keep up with the training. Clients will receive private lessons after training has been completed to ensure a successful transition back home.
Get started early! Our Austin puppy class is an introduction to basic obedience. We will cover potty training, chewing, crate training, and various puppy behaviors. It will make training much easier as your dog starts to mature and build a bond that will last a lifetime. Puppy classes are private and can be held at home or our facility. Best of all we include an online/mobile friendly version of our puppy course. This is helps set the client and puppy up for success.
Sometimes basic obedience is not always needed for some dogs. Dealing with dog aggression, shyness/timid, people aggressive dogs, etc. require a different approach. With our behavior modification program, we help change unwanted behavior and show you how to keep it managed.
Training your dog in a group setting can be a great way to socialize your dog, challenge their obedience and learn. We hold group class at our facility and parks. Once a month we hold pack walks. Our pack walks are a good way for our dogs and clients to socialize. Contact us to sign up for group training or check our group class schedule.
Going out of town, or out for the day? Let us board your dog while you are gone. We know how stressful it can be to leave your pooch, which is why we provide updates at your convenience. We provide 100% supervision to all dogs when outside and playing. Drop off and pick up service available!
We have a higher standard when it comes to dog training. This is what separates us from other obedience trainers. You should be able to go out and enjoy your dog. Precision K9 Work will help you get there!
Our comprehensive education helped a lot in this manner. The training, varying from behavior to the most complex ones, make our service the best.
Dog training alone can be difficult. That is why a team of professionals who have worked with hundreds of dogs will be there to help you every step of the way. We back up our training and work with clients until their goals are reached.
Precision K9 Work is teachers that change the life of our students – the dogs, and their mentors – our clients. Being educators, our approach is sophisticated and precise regarding learning any dog various skills and techniques.
There are very specific Protective dogs breeds like Rottweiler, German Shepherd, Doberman and Belgian Malinois, to name a few. These breeds are very trainable dog breeds in the sense of ‘protection dog training‘, Not all individual dogs will be a good candidate – because of genetics. We can help you determine if your dog has the qualities that would be a perfect trainable ‘protection dog’. Our evaluation of each dog is very thorough and we spend some time with the canine before starting to work with them. We have heard the concern many times – your dog will not become aggressive or “mean” with the protection training. The goal is to build confidence in the dog. If you have to make a dog “mean” or aggressive to be protective then it is clearly not the right dog for protection training.
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