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“Where your pets are my family”
I have worked in an animal shelter for about five years. I have also walked and provided pet sitting services within my own business. I have experience with training basic skills for dogs and have trained a service dog for psychiatric care. I can't wait to meet your pup!
Top Pet Caregiver
Training Exam Complete
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
Everyone that knows me knows that I am the dog lady. No one loves dogs more than me and I have dedicated my time to learning more and more about our four legged friends. I take care of each pup like they are my own and give them just as much love! I pride myself on the extra steps I take beyond the service being provided and my ability to connect with both 4-legged and 2-legged beings :)
Training Exam Complete
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Senior dog care, Special needs dog care, High energy dogs, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience, Obedience training, Behavioral training, Socialization training, Potty training, Puppy training
Is your dog tiny and cute as a button? They may be part of the AKC’s Toy Group. Miniature Poodles, Pugs, and Yorkies are all under the toy umbrella. They may be mini-mutts but they demand the same attention and exercise that big dogs do. A brisk walk twice a day is ideal. These pooches love a game of fetch, too!
Every dog needs to know basic commands. Having the ability (and willingness) to do what is asked is just as much about safety as it is obedience. Puppies as young as seven or eight weeks of age can learn simple commands like “sit” and “down”. Taking them for formal dog training is typically later, after vaccines are complete.
Are you the happy pet parent of a Dualanese? Developed from the Bolognese and the Havanese, this perky pooch has a long coat that will vary in texture depending on which genes are most predominant. Either way, this fluffy-coated pupper will need to trained to be patient during thegrooming of their lengthy coat.
Your furry student will find group obedience classes in Arlington to be a barrel of fun. It’s never too late to teach your dog manners—after all, our canine kiddos love to learn and show off their talents! Plan to pay around $250 for a dog training course in Arlington. Woofers who love a rousing good time will be right at home in a class full of boisterous pups.
But if your four-legged friend is furever shy, you can train them right at home if you like. Private lessons in this part of the state will set you back between $125 and $150 an hour. Individual attention is the name of the game, and introverted puppers will shine with one on one training.
Is your favorite pooch chomping at the bit to get started? Wait no longer—connect with an Arlington dog trainer on the Wag! app today. It’s an affordable option at an estimated $60 per one-hour session. Team up with a trainer to formulate a training plan that suits your schedule and your dog’s personality.
Thinking of checking out a local state park? You may run into a pooch or two who are running free off-leash. The practice is allowed in select state parks in Massachusetts, so be sure to socialize your dog as they grow, so they can get along with every dog they meet.
.Thorndike Field Dog Park is just the place to spend an afternoon under a clear blue sky. This park has something to offer pet parents and doggos alike. Relax on a bench and watch your pupster play on the agility equipment before splashing in the water fountains. Having trouble convincing your dog it’s time to go home? Work on teaching them to listen with the help of a local dog trainer.
Ready to speed things up a notch? Keep the day going and head on over to the Minuteman Bikeway Trail for a hike that’s bound to use up your pup’s pent up energy! With plenty to see and sniff, Fido will enjoy this on-leash trek. A puptastic place for outdoor adventure, this may soon be your number one destination for fun.
Arlington is proud of its dog-friendly status. This town, with its ample green spaces and pooch-approved trails, is a haven for anyone who loves the outdoors. Dogs abound and it’s no surprise that obedience classes fill up quickly every session.
What types of dogs are aiming for top of the class when training with Arlington dog trainers? You are sure to see the outgoing Labrador Retriever. After all, they are the number one dog in most of America. They are keen to try any task and eager to please, and have the smarts to learn, too!
The Golden Retriever is another fan favorite, as is the German Shepherd. With “Hello, I’m here” gaits and grins that show they are game for anything, these agile dogs are happy to be partners for life.
Is a smaller dog more your style? The Yorkshire Terrier and the French Bulldog are pawpular in these parts. They are a dynamic duo for sure, happy to trot along by your side. Both of these pupsters have attitudes bigger than life and will need training to keep them at their best.
Every dog is a treasure, deserving the best home and loving family. Responsible pet parenting includes regular vet visits and allowing your woofer to join in on the fun of dog training. Team up with a local dog trainer on the Wag! app and your furry companion will be the best-trained dog on the block!
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