Public Manners Program

For Foundation Manners Program Graduates:

This program teaches your pup to mind his own business “about town” — in public places, downtown areas, parks, shopping complex etc.,

Walking on a loose leash (building calmness and confidence): In busy downtown areas, shopping complex, around the park etc., and minding their own business.

Self control about town: Leave it & drop it about town, recall away from squirrels and other dogs at the park.

Minding your own business in public places: Being calm, ignoring other dogs and people, settling at a coffee shop or restaurant.

Polite Greeting: People and dogs in public places.

Initial Consultation & Goal Setting (1 hour 15 minutes): $340
Tuition: $6100

Choose between:

  • Board & Train: 4 days a week for 4 weeks (or)
  • Day School: 4 days a week for 6 weeks

Additional sessions included in the program:

  • Weekly troubleshooting lessons: 45 minute Zoom session every training week
  • Maintenance Sessions: 2 sixty-minute private sessions at your home
  • Practice Work videos will be emailed on a weekly basis.

Ongoing Support:

  • Free Enrollment in a Group Class that fits your goals
  • 3 months of ongoing support after the completion of the puppy’s training program (call or email if you have a question!)

Please Note:

  • Additional weeks of training may be required depending on some habits your dog may have developed that need a longer time to be replaced with new behaviors.
  • This program is not for puppies who bark or lunge on the leash. Please check the “Leash Reactive” dog program if your puppy barks or lunges on the leash.
  • This program does not cover Foundation Manners.

What Our Clients Say

“I took several classes with D For Dog and loved all of them. I really enjoyed that many of the classes were held in different locations around town so your pup gets to practice the skills in the real world.”

Dogs together with pet ownerKelly L, Mom of River & Kaylee, Pitbull puppie

“The one thing that sets Kaajal apart from other trainers is that she uses Positive reinforcement methods and is remarkably good at training humans in how they connect with their puppy as that sets the right foundation.”

Mikkin P, Dad of Munchkin, a Labradoodle Puppy