CUSTOM DOG TRAINING

Asheboro, NC | Serving the Triad Area

(including Greensboro, High Point and Winston Salem)

 
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PRIVATE TRAINING SESSIONS

You and your dog can come to our location in Asheboro, or we can come to your home for the training session. An individual private training session will give you and your dog an excellent start toward clarifying and achieving your goals. The session lasts one hour and is tailored to you and your dog’s specific needs. Whether you are having certain behavioral issues, or just wanting better obedience, one session will give you a lot of useful information to get you and your dog started on the right path.

 

LIVE-IN TRAINING 

This is a two-week program in which your dog comes to live with us in our house as a part of our family to receive his personal training. Our daily schedule includes mealtimes, potty times, socializing with other dogs, daily training sessions, playtime, and nap times (in their crates). House behaviors are easily reinforced throughout the day as the dogs are allowed to roam freely about the house. All dogs are fed individually in their crates. They must be up to date on their shots and flea prevention treatments to be eligible for our Live-in Training Program.

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SPORT TRAINING

Schutzhund training is available to those looking to title their dogs. We also offer competition level obedience for AKC, obedience requirements for agility, and obedience for titles such as a CGC (Canine Good Citizen).

 

SEMINARS/CLINICS

Bravo K-9 is available to conduct seminars and clinics upon request. We cover a wide variety of canine-related topics including general behavior issues (such as resource guarding, general reactivity, aggressive behavior, separation anxiety and fear-based behaviors) obedience for competition, tracking and protection.

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