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Group Training Dog Training Kingman AZ
Obedience Training Kingman AZ
Service Dog Training, Kingman, AZ

Board and Train Programs

On and Off Leash Control Around Real World Distractions

Imagine having a dog that is a joy to be around, one that responds to your every command, regardless of distractions or environments.  Now imagine having all of that, and having the work done for you!!

Our Board and Train Programs are also a great jump for all dogs to get basic house manners, obedience, and specialized training.   You will have all the benefits of a professionally trained dog without all the work.  Our Programs, provides a little bit of everything, including good manners in your home and out in the community, socialization with dog and people, real life training and experiences

We only accept only one dog at a time in order to ensure the highest training standards and client satisfaction.  This program is great for people that may not have a lot of time initially to train their dogs but have enough time to maintain the work that was done.

Private Training Programs

Our Private Lessons are customized specifically for you, your dog and your schedule.  Weather you want to work on a specific issue, behavior problems or basic-advance obedience, your dog will learn fast by training with Pawsitive Connection Dog Training.

On and off leash control around real life DISTRACTIONS!

  • Come on Command (Recall)

  • Loose Leash Walking

  • Waiting at Doors and Gates

  • Meeting and Greeting Dogs & People

  • Manners in home & out in pubic

  • Crate training

  • Separation Anxiety

  • Aggression Behaviors

  • Submissive Behaviors

Problem behavior solving for: Jumping, Play Biting, Digging, Chewing, Barking, Counter Surfing, Begging for Food, Bolting out the door, Listening, etc.  and so much more!

Our methods are fast, effective, and easy to learn.  Because our techniques utilize your dog’s natural drives and instincts, your dog will learn commands faster and easier than with other less behavior-oriented methods.  Our approach also helps dogs respond, respect, and bond to you more readily.  We offer private one-on-one lessons to teach you how to train your dog.

Group Training

Our group dog training classes are a fun and sociable way to learn basic obedience and is taught in a group setting.  Group training offers an excellent, structured situation to socialize dogs in a controlled manner.  Our Classes is designed for dogs of all ages and sizes from puppies to problem dogs.  It's all about having a well behaved dog through clear communication, consistency and motivation.  

We can help resolve unwanted behaviors in your like mild to severe separation issues, pulling and reactivity/aggression on leash, rude greetings and bad behaviors around guests, bad door manners, barking, counter surfing, door dashing, chewing, digging, and more. 

Service Dog Training

Service dogs are highly skilled canines that help humans perform special tasks. In other words, service dogs are dogs with jobs.   Some dog breeds are more suitable for this type of work than others. The use of a specific breed depends on the intended purpose and the temperament needed for the intended use at of a human, there is still a vast range of use for dogs in the public service.

Assistance dogs are dogs that assist people with physical or mental disabilities perform certain daily chores.

  • Mobility service dogs assist people with physical disabilities

  • Psychiatric service dogs support people who suffer from phobias, and panic/anxiety attacks, as well as autism

  • Medical alert dogs help people who suffer from sudden onset of seizures and diabetes

  • Hearing dogs assist people who suffer from hearing loss or are hearing impaired

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires that people with disabilities are allowed to bring their service/assistance dog onto the premises of public as well as privately owned business establishments. The dogs may accompany their owners into areas that are in general open to customer traffic. These places include restaurants, retail stores, airplanes, taxicabs, theaters, hotels, sports facilities, concert halls, etc.

So, we see that a service dog or an assistance dog helps people with disabilities gain more independence and dramatically improve their owner’s quality of life by not only performing certain tasks tor them but by providing emotional, psychological, and social support. And not to forget unconditional love.