Training and socializing a new puppy can seem like a daunting task. To make sure you start your puppy off right, we offer you this private in-home program. Puppy Right Start is for individuals who seek guidance in helping their new puppy find the right start in life.
We use only positive reinforcement and motivational methods that support a positive learning experience for you and your puppy. Positive, proactive training methods build trust, confidence, and attention span in dogs. They also lead to happy, social attitudes when dogs meet people and other dogs, and interact with the world around them.
This personalized course will teach you how to offer your puppy proper socialization to people (adults and children) other dogs, as well as to new sounds, sights, places and situations in a safe and systematic manner that builds on trust and comfort.
In our private puppy training sessions, you will learn how to use positive training methods to prevent problem behaviors and build on cooperative learning, as well as learn how to build good house and social manners. To that end, we like to meet in the client’s home (when possible) to be able to work directly with the puppy in his/her own environment.
We will work through individual behavior and training concerns such as:
In addition, you will learn how to teach the beginning levels of basic obedience behaviors, such as:
…in a manner that engages your puppy in a positive manner and builds their desire to learn from you.
Private, in-home puppy training is available to those clients who live in and around the Lincoln, NE metro area.
We offer two options for private puppy training:
To learn more about our positive puppy training methods, or to schedule your in-home, private session, please contact us today.
“Linda is amazing, both as a trainer and a person. Her knowledge base is unrivaled, as is her ability to translate this knowledge into helpful, usable suggestions for her clients. Her training classes not only support her clients, but also their dogs. Her classes enrich and strengthen the vital trust relationship between dog and owner. This step is missed by many less-experienced trainers. Dogs walk away from her classes with a stronger sense of self control, and composure. Clients walk away from her classes with a better understanding of their beloved canine companions, and a more fulfilling, comfortable relationship with their dogs.”
– Amy Fellner, Certified Veterinary Technician
Veterinary Behavior Technician