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We train together remotely
We go overtraining recommendations and exercises
You practice and ask for support if needed
Remote training might be right for you if . . .
You're not local to our facility
You're comfortable learning in a remote environment
You're open to learning a fun, sustainable way to to meet your dog's physical and mental needs
You're looking to improve your dog's obedience (particularly around distraction)
You're willing to invest the time and consistency to build a solid foundation
You're willing to video your training and submit for critique
What goes on during a remote training session?
Remote training sessions consist of addressing the most pressing behavioral issues while also taking the time to build the skills for a strong foundation moving forward. Additionally, you're able to reach out if you have any questions regarding anything we covered during the session. I assign exercises where I ask you to send me videos of your training and then I provide feedback to ensure you're on track for success.
How many privates do I need?
It depends on your goals, how trainable you are, and how trainable your dog is. With that said, I find that most clients benefit from one session per week for two months or two sessions per week for a month.
What's included in a remote training session?
60 minute ZOOM training session
Coaching and guidance while you demonstrate the exercises in real time
Equipment and training recommendations tailored to your dog's individual needs
Follow-up support for any of the training covered during the session
Unsure of which service is best for you? Schedule a free consultation and find out.
"Mark gave us solutions that worked."
- Karen Ash
"If you work with it just a little each day, 5 minutes, 10 minutes throughout the day then he is willing to do the things we demand."
"Mark always listened to my priorities and focused on what I wanted to get out of training. I feel completely confident that I can handle any situation that arises now that I have better tools."
"My golden retriever Kody has always been a handful and I was constantly yelling at him for one thing or another. Every chance he got, he would bolt. He would not kennel, pulled on the leash, jumped on the furniture, and would not recall. I'm so lucky Connect K9 Training was able to help us."
"I can’t believe how much Mark was able to accomplish with Del in two weeks! He went from have NO commands (not even his name) to knowing his name, sit, wait, come and more. I’m able to communicate with my dog!"
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