Private appointments are for you if:
You have a new puppy and need help with a management plan
You adopted a shelter dog and need unexpected help with house training or hyperactivity
Your dog is fearful or timid and would not do well in a group setting
Your dog has aggressive tendencies and shouldn't be in a group setting
Your work schedule makes attending group classes impossible
The initial consultation and history taking session takes 1 1/2 hours and costs $150. After that, weekly or bi-monthly appointments are made and are paid for at a rate of $100 an hour. You can also buy a package of 3 sessions after the initial consultation and save 10%.
If this feels right for you, call the main office to set up a private appointment at
Private Appointments can be completed in your home or at our training facility.
"The private appointment packages have been a very satisfying on-going experience which I will continue. I am very pleased with the process and results. I highly recommend Angels in the Making!"
If you want a well trained dog, but don’t have the time to do it then day training is for you!
“How does it work?”
We come to your home and train your dog, for 1 hour, 5 days a week while you are at work, running errands, or getting that millionth thing done around the house. The fee is $600 per week. A minimum of 2 weeks is required.
At the end of the week and on the 5th day, we show you what your dog has learned and teach your dog to perform the training with you too.
“What do I have to do?”
Set up an initial consultation appointment with me to discuss your needs and goals. This appointment usually takes 1 ½ hours and the fee for this visit is $150.
Once the goals are lined out, we will let you know the time frame needed to accomplish these goals. A fee for the program in its entirety will be given at that time (generally $600 per week). Because the program is tailor made to fit your needs, there is no “one size fits all” program. There is a 2 week minimum established for the best end results.
“How do I know that day training is for me?”
You have been meaning to join a class but it seems like something always interferes and/or you can’t find the time.
You want a well trained dog but don’t want to be a dog trainer
You believe in going to a professional to get the help you need when you need it. (Remember what happened last time you tried to fix the plumbing problem on your own? It wasn’t pretty was it?! And I bet you ended up calling the plumber anyway didn’t you?!)