Why Pavlov? There are a number of special aspects to Pavlov’s Board and Train Camp. First, your dog will sleep in a cozy space that is surrounded by utopian training environments. Camp is one block north of Ruby Hill Park, one block south of the South Platte River, and one block from the Ruby Hill neighborhood. Your dog will receive training walks in a residential neighborhood similar to yours – think pedestrians and neighbors walking their dogs. Many training facilities are located in concrete jungles miles removed from residential neighborhoods, or on remote agriculture property. Consequently, they do not offer the same opportunities to train in an environment with dog walkers, joggers, cars, and squirrels. Your dog will train in an environment that is similar to your neighborhood.
Second, your dog’s day will be filled with structured walks, training sessions, and free time to be a dog. Your dog will benefit from social time with other dogs as well as individual attention. Finally, Pavlov’s training approach is a healthy hybrid of traditional and contemporary training. Consequently, your dog will excel quickly in learning new skills and stopping unwanted behaviors.
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Board and Train Camp Agenda
- Obedience Lessons – walk politely on a leash, heel (walk to the left of your hip, stop when you stop, start with you stop), whoa (slow down), parallel sit, stay, come, no (stop doing that).
- Manners. Address jumping on people, barking, jumping on counter tops.
- Field trips to hiking trails and public parks.
- Video updates twice a week, so you may admire your dog’s progress, and begin learning how to maintain the good stuff.
- Two to three private lessons are required to help you maintain your dog’s polite behavior.