Training Add - Ons

One Week


Goal: Our Crate Training Program was developed for clients that would like for us to keep their puppy for one extra week (go home at 9 .5 weeks of age),  crate train, continue socializing & teach them his/her name, as well as developing a nice starter potty training routine for during the day, and night.


Having the puppy comfortable with the safety of its crate, started outside schedule for potty and understanding a basic routine.

(This does not mean the puppy will be 100% perfect, but means the puppy understands and has been exposed to crate time, and potty schedules.)


There will be no other training included in this program, as far as commands.



During the four-week fundamentals;  the puppy will receive all of the benefits of the two-week program, but more consistency. 

We teach the basics in the first 2 weeks, then we do a lot of reinforcement for the next 2 weeks. Consistency is the KEY to this program. This program is designed for novice puppy owners. It's ideal for those that want a more comprehensive program that will render a better-trained family member. Due to the extended length of the program, I will be able to work with the puppy more in-depth, with more hours to build stability and communication on your expectations.

I will have more time to get to know your puppy-fine-tuning skills that were introduced in the first two weeks, as they grow.


  • Your puppy will be on a schedule of eating, drinking, and going potty to make house training much easier. You will receive a copy of this schedule.

  • Your puppy will be crate trained, meaning in most cases your puppy can hold potty and remain quiet overnight and for a few hours during the day.

  • More practice to maintain consistent results with the obedience commands on leash, "attention" (his/her name), "sit",  "leave it", "down", and "come",  "place", and "heel".

  • Your puppy will be introduced to weekly basic grooming and maintenance such as brushing, ear cleaning, nail trimming & teeth brushing.

  • Puppies in the 4-week program will have the benefit of additional socialization, which means a more well-rounded puppy.

    • Your puppy will have TWO public training sessions, in a high populated area. (We do  not  allow

    • strangers to pet.)

    • Once a week videos to see how puppy is progressing in training.

TWO Week


The goal of the two-week program: is to transition your puppy to a new location and life away from their littermates, to become familiar with a family atmosphere, and to be imprinted and started with all aspects of training.    

This program is perfect for clients who would like an objective evaluation of their puppy.

It's ideal for those who want a leg up on training but would also like to do most of the training themselves.

This program is best suited for those who do not want or cannot handle (due to busy life), those first very messy and noisy days of crate training, and establishing polite manners.

What's Going On These two weeks?

  • Your puppy will be vetted and receive age-appropriate vaccinations & deworm as they apply to your puppy's health schedule.

  • Your puppy will be introduced to the four keywords of "good", "nope", "okay" and "leave it" to aid in communication.

  • Problems such as jumping up, mouthing (puppy nipping), chewing, etc. 

  • Your puppy will be familiar with taking and following treats and wearing a collar and leash. Many new puppy owners do realize how important this is in the training process, and that this does not come naturally to a puppy. It must be taught before the puppy can progress in his/her training.

  • Your puppy will be introduced to the training, obedience commands of knowing his name, "sit", "leave it",  "come" & "Heel".


  • Your puppy will be introduced to basic grooming and maintenance such as brushing, ear cleaning, and nail trimming.

  • Your puppy will receive socialization throughout the day with children and other household pets.




Some owners like the benefits of the hard work being tackled for them and the owners only needing to learn how to keep up and continue the training foundation already laid for them.

This package DOES NOT include the purchase price of a puppy.


With a fully trained puppy, your young dog receives:

  • Ecollar foundation for solid, 100% enjoyable obedience, and control in any setting. ( Public places, at home, etc.)

  • Training at various stores performing commands, on and off-leash.

  • 15 hours of in public training.

  • Exposure with guests coming over, and your puppy trained to maintain "Place" until it's time for them to say hello! (eliminating jumping, overstimulation, and unwanted hyper behavior)

  • Potty training in the kennel, overnight.

  • Holding it up to 7 hours during the day, when crated.

  • Commands learned and thoroughly understood. Come, heel, sit, down, place, leave it, off, no, wait, and kennel.

  • The place command being held, (implied sit, down, and stay put until the owner releases you) for 45 minutes to 2 hours. Downs are being held for 45 minutes.

  • Socialization with other dogs of all sizes and ages, and socializing with people, and understanding personal space.

  •  Vet care completed (bi-weekly worming, vaccines) -  besides spay/neuter.

  • Exposed to children, and adults of all ages.

  • Puppy habits such as chewing, nipping, and jumping are all tackled, your older puppy will understand not to do these things.

  • Understanding thresholds, leaving the front door open is OK, and your puppy will not run out and explore the neighborhood.

  • Learning that the UPS or FedEx truck is not a signal to be wild.

  • Insurance through Embrace Insurance for the full length of training stay.

  • Regular baths & nail trims

  • Regular fur trims around the puppy's face, feet, and booty.

  • Professional grooming prior to arriving home.

  • Up-to-date on vaccines - including distemper and rabies vaccines (records to transfer to the new owner at the time of puppy's arrival)​

  • The in-depth rundown of what's included: three months of full 1/1 training by us - 8 weeks to 6 months of age | Training the new owners | Equipment kit | Go home package essentials | Vet care during stay (3-5 vet visits) | Puppy insurance during stay | Socializing during training | Grooming.

Will need one whole day to spend together for training.