Curious to Confident Puppy
Private Training

Let's face it, raising a puppy can be exhausting and frustrating! Puppies require a lot of work, consistency, and oh so much patience!

You're not in this alone! I help puppy parents survive puppyhood by giving them the tools and knowledge they need to start their puppy off on the right paw.

In my 6-week Curious to Confident Private Training Program, you will work one-on-one with me in your home with a fully customizable plan for success that fits your home, lifestyle, and, most importantly, your puppy.

By the end of six weeks, you will feel confident entering your puppy's adolescent phase!

Session scheduling: 

Monday - Thursday 10:00 am - 1:00 pm

first come, first serve. limited availability

Who is this for?

  • Puppies between 8 weeks and 5 months of age.

  • Puppies who need help with socialization, basic manners, and physical care

  • Dedicated puppy parents who want to be actively involved in their puppy's socialization and learning journey

  • Dedicated puppy parents who can commit to 6 weeks of training

What is included?

  • Lifetime access to my online course, Learn to See the World Through Your Dog’s Nose

  • 6 one hour sessions primarily done in your home

  • Invitation to Google Classroom for handouts, worksheets, and video homework

  • treat pouch and clicker (your choice in color)

  • Gift basket, including HuggiePup, Toppl, bully sticks, Dog Body Language book

  • Unlisted YouTube link to each session recording

  • A curated list of online and other resources

  • Text & email support throughout the 10 weeks

  • Graduation Certificate

What you may learn

  • How to properly and safely socialize your puppy to the world

  • How to overcome common puppy behaviors, such as biting, chewing, and potty training

  • How to prevent undesirable behaviors

  • Basic manners that your puppy needs to know (fully customizable)

    • such as name, sit, down, place, touch, recall, loose leash walking, self-control, drop, wait, stay, ​polite greeting

  • Cooperative care behaviors that will allow your puppy to become an active participant in their physical care

    • such as chin rest, middle, lying on side, wearing a muzzle, paw handling, mouth handling, eye examination, ear examination/cleaning, taking medication, preparing for injections or blood draw