Basic Manners

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The Basics Option 1

Living with Humans Private coaching

The perfect option for DIY dog parents.

This basic manners training plan is personalized to your goals, household, and lifestyle. I’ll coach you each step of the way, teaching you tips for working smarter not harder, ensuring learning is fun and easy to implement for you and your dog!

This four week program is for all dogs five months and up and will cover the following cues: Attention, Leave it, Sit, polite greetings, Down, Go to your mat, Wait, Recall, Stay & Loose leash walking.

Depending on your preference we can work together in person at our training studio in Wailuku or via live online video conferencing.

Includes 4 coaching sessions + 2 follow-ups

90-minute Initial Consultation fee: $150

This is the first step to all private training programs—where I assess your dog, understand your goals, and design your training plan.

4-week Basic Manners Training Private Coaching program: $450

Ready to start? Schedule your Initial Consult now!

The Basics Option 2

Living with Humans
I do the training for you

No training time? No problem!

I’ll create a basic manners training plan personalized to your goals, household, and lifestyle. Then I’ll do the training for you here at Studio Dog in Wailuku. Yep, that’s right. I’ll do the training (you don’t even have to stay), then transfer my results to you. (Training transfer sessions can be done in-person or via online video conference.)

90-minute Initial Consultation fee: $150

This is the first step to all private training programs—where I assess your dog, understand your goals, and design your training plan.

3-week Basic Manners Day Training program: $1,250
Includes 9 dog training sessions + 3 transfer sessions + 2 follow-ups

Ready to start? Schedule your Initial Consult now!

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“Before training it was hard to get my dogs’ attention, hard to get them to focus, and hard to decrease reactivity during walks. Now my dogs are engaging in training and enjoy it. I learned techniques on how to distract them in overwhelming situations and even techniques on how to avoid these situations entirely.”
Julianna D