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 At THE K9 TRAINING ACADEMY, we take care to provide our customers high quality unique needs. 


Dogs 3 Months & Up (some breeds required to be older then others) 

Teaching  :

No biting / no jumping 
Commands (on leash)
Sit / Stay
Down / Stay
Crate (Go to bed/room/cage)

Resident Dog Program (board and train)
15-20 days - $1700.00 (you provide the food) Boarding is FREE
 Dog must be on Frontline or Advantix
or any other approved flea and tick preventative.
Prices are subject to change if :
1. Dog is anti-social
2. Dog is aggressive (dogs or Humans)
3. Dog has fear issues,bad nerves,emotional issues

The following breeds are also subject to a price change :

1. Husky
2. French Bulldog
3. Chow Chow
4. Miniature Pincher
5. Adult Mastiffs
6. Neomastiffs
7. Cocker Spaniel
8. Adult Great Dane
9. Beagles
10. Bull Terriers
11. Shnauzers
​13. Akitas
14. Chihuahua 
15. Shiba inus
16. Sharpei
17. Basset Hound
18. English Bulldog

ONE ON ONE lessons with the trainer for 1 hour sessions.
$95.00 Hr
6 lessons for $500.00

​Here at The K9 Training Academy, we take dog training seriously. It is common for a dog owner or a canine trainer to address each individual behavior one at a time instead of looking into the why the behavior is happening. Often there are usually deeper rooted issues which are causing the dog to do the bad behavior. Usually its instincts are not being met. When the dog owner satisfies these missing instincts the behavior issues disappear on their own. For example, one friend who was having issues with her dog found that the peeing on the floor and barking at her while she was getting her daughter ready for school completely stopped on its own when she started making the dog heel on the leash and began to show the dog leadership.

Some owners and even some canine trainers do not have the experience to understand exactly how to change a dog’s behavior because they see the dog as a little furry human instead of a canine animal. You must consider the dog’s instincts and the effects that not satisfying them will have on the dog’s behavior.                                                                                               Suppose you had a pet snake, you would more likely see the snake as the animal it is and try and give it what it instinctively needs.One example is some kind of  hut to hide under, as apposed to a twin size bed. Many people humanize their dogs and perceive them as having human tendencies. When doing so, the dog suffers because he does not get his instinctual needs met. In most cases , when you treat a dog like a human, they will treat you like a dog.

The reality is that dogs do not reason, they react. Dogs never premeditate their actions, meaning, they never think, "I am going to bite that UPS guy today". When a dog bites, it is most likely because the human is not communicating with the dog properly. There are certain things our canine friends need to be satisfied and happy. When they don't get them, they react accordingly.