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What An Obedient Dog!

Creating a Bond Between People and Pets

PRIVATE DOG TRAINING

In Home Training Service Areas Include:

Addison, Carrollton, Castle Hills, Coppell, Farmer's Branch,

Frisco, Irving, Lewisville, Plano, The Colony,

and the surrounding North Dallas Area

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Private Dog Training Registration

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Dog's Weight*
Spayed/Neutered?*
Is your dog aggressive with people?*
Is your dog aggressive with other dogs?*
Dog training goals*
Dog Training Packages (60 mins)*
When are you available for private sessions?
In the future, I want my dog to be*
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Thank you for contacting What An Obedient Dog! We will contact you via email within 48 hours (not including weekends). We look forward to meeting you and your pup!

Private Dog Training Costs

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THREE PRIVATE SESSIONS:

Our Facility: $135 per session (60 mins)

TOTAL DUE FIRST SESSION - $405

Your Home: $145 per session (60 mins)

TOTAL DUE FIRST SESSION - $435

TWO PRIVATE SESSIONS:

Our Facility: $145 per session (60 mins)

TOTAL DUE FIRST SESSION - $290

Your Home: $155 per session (60 mins)

TOTAL DUE FIRST SESSION - $310

ONE PRIVATE SESSION:

Our Facility: $155 per session (60 mins)

Your Home: $165 per session (60 mins)

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Service Dog Training Field Trip to Home Depot

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POSITIVE DOG TRAINING TERMS

CLASSICL CONDITIONING: The process of associating a neutral stimulus with an involuntary response until the stimulus elicits the response.

CLICKER TRAINING: The system of teaching that uses positive reinforcement in combination with an event marker.

EVENT MARKER: A noise signal used to mark the desired behavior at the instant it occurs. A clicker is an event marker.

OPERANT CONDITIONING: The process of changing an animal's response to a certain stimulus by manipulating the consequences that immediately follow the response.

POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT: Adding something the animal will work for to strengthen a behavior. An example would be giving the dog a treat for sitting in order to increase the probability that the dog will sit again.