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At Golden Leash, We strive to give you the best individualized one-on-one in-home dog training to address your pooches' needs as effectively as possible. 

Training Options


Hour Session

This covers an hour session of behavioral correction, leash, or obedience training. Get One-on-One,    In-Home with curated Professional Dog Trainers today!




Dog Walking

Need help getting your dog's daily walks in? We're here for you! Our walks are 45 mins of go go go! Just what your pooch needs. 




Group Training

Looking to socialize your dog while getting training? The group training option is perfect for you!



In Select Areas
3 Session Training Package

Best For: 

- Quick correction in one field of training

- Light all-around Obedience

- Refresher Course in Leash Training

3 Sessions for $420
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5 Session Training Session

Best For:

- Mild behavioral corrections

-  Leash Reactivity

- General Anxiety

- Separation Anxiety. 

5 Sessions for $700
6 Session Package

Best For:

- Well-behaved puppies with first-time pet parents.

 - Getting a headstart on good manners & habits with expert advice.

6 Sessions for $840

Dog Training Q & A 

Q: How much does dog training cost?

A: Our trainings are $200 per hour, however, we have plenty of packages for everyone's budget! See them on our training page!

Q: Is dog training worth it?

A: Dog trainers have a better understanding of dog psychology

than most, and can help to bridge the gap between you and your pet!


Q: Do You Use Positive Reinforcement? 

A: Yes, but differently than you'd think!

Positive Reinforcement has a different meaning than most know.

By definition, it means to add an action, stimulus, or item in response to an action.

Examples are: 

Giving Fido a treat for a good sit.


Saying "No!" When he has an accident on the rug. 

These are both forms of positive reinforcement, but it's easy to see which is more effective than the other. 

At Golden Leash, we don't often use the words 'no' or 'stop' for our corrections.

Instead, we distract from the unwanted behavior or use physical corrections. 

Examples: Turning around on a walk when the dog becomes reactive.


Putting your thumb on a puppy's tongue when they nip and saying 'gentle'!

At Golden Leash, all corrections or distractions are followed by praise! 

This maintains the dog's confidence and reminds them they're loved! 

So in short, yes! We Use positive Reinforcement! 

Our Methodolgy

At Golden Leash, we uphold three pillars of principles that are essential to our training. 

Quickness, Consistency, and Care.


Every dog responds to these principles. 


maintains a dog's focus, integrating what their learning into their daily lives. 


leaves no room for loopholes or a 'Well it slide this time' mentality. This assures that their training is entirely effective. 

and Care!

There's nothing a dog loves more than love! Praise is plentiful and essential to our training. 

With these principles, we aim to give your pet the most effective, picture-perfect training we can.

Types Of Training


Behavioral Correction

   Behavioral Correction covers a multitude of issues you may be having with your pet. They're all dealt with in about the same way, practicing general obedience or setting firm boundaries.

The behavioral corrections we cover are:

   - Crate Training

   - Aggression 

   - Nipping & Biting 

   - Jumping on people

   - Counter Surfing

-Separation Anxiety

   & Much More! Just ask! 

   Our boundaries training is 99% effective with consistency! We often recommend giving a swift poke to a dog's armpit (there's four of them!) or in their collar bone. This works with eating things off the ground, clothing nipping, counter surfing, and occasionally barking.

Jumping is corrected without fail by pulling up your knee when you're going to be jumped on.

Biting and nipping is corrected by putting your thumb firmly on your dog's tongue, and holding for a few seconds while saying 'gentle'.


The ideology behind these methods is to make undesirable behavior a bad experience for all parties.

While some of these corrections may seem excessively firm, remember these behaviors and habits, such as biting and jumping, can become or dangerous. Nipping can become biting, large dogs can knock over children, the elderly, and even some adults.

Leash Training

    Often referred to as the best place to start, leash training gives the trainer and dog a neutral space outside of the home to establish a proper relationship. 


With our Leash Training, dogs are expected to: 

   - Be non-leash reactive

   - Leave slack on the leash, or not pull

   - Remain focused on the walker, or be in a relaxed state

   - Sit each time the walker comes to a stop. 

   While being trained to adhere to these rules dogs learn what's expected of them. Completing these steps correcting and being praised for them boosts their confidence, just like it would in any human being



Basic obedience is the foundation of all dog training.

We all expect our furry friends to be able to sit, lie down, and stay.

At Golden Leash, we use a praise or redirection system to teach our pets their basics.

No's are ineffective while teaching commands, and are only nessicary when offering behavioral corrections. 

Correction Not Prevention!

Our Methodology In Action

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