Puppy Training

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Our Philosophy

“Wouldn’t it be nice if your pet would…

…Walk on a loose leash
…Walk through a crowd of people without being out of control
…Sit or lie down on command
…Come without being called repeatedly
…React appropriately when approached by another dog
…Enjoy a game or puzzle when home alone rather then destroy something they shouldn’t

Have you attended Training Class after Training Class only to be left feeling that you’re really not much better off then before?
If so, you can feel confident The Pet Palace will be your last stop… We have a proven track record of success with all breeds & levels of training.
The Pet Palace approaches training a little differently then what you may be accustom to. We start from the inside out. We do not wrestle dogs to the ground to establish the role of pack leader, nor do we use shock, pinch collars, other extraneous devices or violent methods used to whip dogs into submission as quickly as possible as some have recommended. Nor do we sell any of the above in our retail store. Although for some of the training skills we do make use of treats our main focus is on positive reinforcement and more importantly building a strong emotional bond between you and your pet. As a result, dogs not only learn to obey commands, they become confident, secure and holistically interactive with their owner.

A 6’ Leather Training Leash and a Martingale (no-slip) Collar is required to be used during our training classes. These may be purchased at a discount in our Emporium while attending any of our Training Classes.

Free Training Lecture

If you are interested in truly establishing Yourself / Family as the “PACK LEADER”, do yourself a favor… Come and listen to our FREE lecture. This is an opportunity for you to take our training curriculum for a test drive. We invite you, your family, and friends to take advantage of this opportunity to ask questions, enhance your skills, and see what Pack leadership Basic class is all about. Lecture lasts about an hour and a half, and is free of charge to everyone. Lecture is held 4 times a year and will be posted to our calendar soon!