Rates subject to change
- Consultation/Assessment for behavior issues -$175.00 for
the initial visit - This is required to meet the dog, the family,the environment and accurately assess
the needs, issues and personalize the training. Usually the first session is 1.5 hrs. Additional behavior
modification visits - $125. The above rates are for one dog, if two dogs, the rates are 150%, three dogs are 200%.
- Customized Basic, Intermediate, Puppy Obedience Training and Clicker
Training $85.00 a session, packaged discounts available. One dog, 5 session in your home -(no assessment), obedience package
- $400. For two dogs - $120 a session and 5 session package -$550.
modification for one dog, $125.00 a session (approximately an hour). Only after the initial assessment visit.
- Diabetic Detection $160 for first one hour session, $100 an hour after
- Testing for the CGC (Canine Good Certificate)
Customized training packages available.
Gas Surcharge maybe added when gas becomes more than $4.00 a gallon
|A Very Happy Graduate
|Training should always be fun
Services available in the SF Bay Area:
NO GROUP CLASSES AFTER 2018, SEMI RETIREMENT; PRIVATE WORK STILL AVAILABLE
Correcting small problem issues including barking,
biting, jumping, pulling, digging, and running away. Correcting major issues: Dog/Dog aggression
and Dog/people aggression.
- Puppy training (9 weeks to 6 months)
the Pacifica Parks and Recreation "Play" book for class start sessions. In your home with a single, 5
session package available at $400. Multiple dog, in your home packages also available.
Obedience Training (6 months and older)
Check the Pacifica Parks
and Recreation "Play" book for class start sessions. Customized private packages available.
- Red Cross Pet
First Aid training -Upon request private groups
- Dog Safety lectures - available upon request
Learn how to make friends with dogs, children can become less fearful and learn how not to get bitten
- Dog training -
Pacifica Parks and Rec. NOT AVAILABLE AFTER 2018 DUE TO SEMI RETIREMENT. Go to the following site
and go to "Dog training"to enroll:
|Surrie and Dozer 2010
|Well behaved adopted siblings