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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!
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
When you mix a Welsh Terrier and a Miniature Schnauzer, you end up with an adorable Wowauzer! This dynamic designer dog will weigh between 20 and 30 pounds and is highly trainable. They do have a destructive streak when bored and can be very vocal. Put their energy and their bark to good use by training them to compete in organized barn hunt competitions.
Do you like to keep busy? Consider a dog breed classified in the American Kennel Club’s Working Group. These pooches include the Boxer, Great Dane, and Rottweiler. They love to have a job to do and will ask you to give them a task to use their mind and body. What’s the best chore to combine working skills and mental acuity? The bar jump is a task that will do the trick. Canines have to judge the timing for the jump and use their physical strength to get over the bar.
Chewing is a natural behavior for dogs. How do you curb this innate, and admittedly fun to dogs, habit? Provide chew toys and interactive feeders, and as well, give your dog an exercise outlet every day. Many dogs love a good hike or the opportunity for a game of Frisbee or fetch in the park. Teaching them the drop it command goes a long way to stopping them from chewing your belongings, too.
To start your research about dog training in Cambridge, think about what you want your pup to learn. Do they have issues with walking on the leash? Or do they need to build their confidence when they are at the dog park?
Group classes offer an atmosphere that helps a shy dog feel comfortable around other dogs while teaching them the basics of obedience. On average, classes in Cambridge cost between $150 and $225 for a six-week course. Plan on a one-hour class, and be aware that consistency in attendance is key.
Some pet parents prefer to send their canine kiddos off to doggy boot camp. This is commonly known as board and train. Pooches are sent off to camp for a period of a week to a month or more, and come back with a wealth of knowledge about how to behave. Expect to pay around $2400 for a two-week course. Dogs with special issues may take longer to train than the average pup; a consultation will enable the trainer to nail down the details.
Private in-home classes vary in price in Cambridge, depending on what your pup needs to learn and whether there is follow-up once the lessons are finished. Many trainers will offer a lifetime of contact so that you can ask questions if the need arises. Sessions average around $150 per hour.
Is your barkster ready for class? Dog trainers in Cambridge are ready to give your dog the skills needed to be on their best behavior in any circumstance. Local dog trainers will teach your pup how to greet other dogs with a friendly wag of the tail and a woof that says hello.
Private in-home lessons with a dog trainer with Wag! are sure to tick all the boxes. Humans and dogs learn together, and the option is entirely affordable. Starting at just $57 per one-hour session on average, dog training with Wag! allows you to tailor the instruction to the needs of your dog and your busy schedule. Download the app to connect with the best local trainer for you, and get the ball rolling.
Digital training is another affordable, convenient option that won't break the bank. Book your 30-minute session today — average rates start as low as $27!
Let your well-behaved pooch join in on the fun at off-leash dog parks in Cambridge. This gorgeous university town has lots for the dog-loving person to do, but first, responsible pet parents will need to learn the rules of pet ownership. All dogs in the city need to be registered and licensed, and as well, the rabies vaccine has to be up to date.
Dogs are required to be on a leash unless in specific leash-free areas. Let your dog blow off steam at Danehy Dog Park, a large, fully fenced doggy haven for big and small dogs alike. Separate runs keep the large and rambunctious pooches out of reach of the mini-mutts who will be having fun on their own, with pups just their size.
If you are looking for bigger spaces to explore, head over to local Belmont and drop into Beaver Brook Reservation. Your curious canine will have a ball sniffing around the ponds and marshes in the park. Spend an afternoon there, and then stop at a dog-friendly restaurant for refreshment and some socializing. It’s just as important for your dog to feel at ease around strangers as it is around other dogs. End the day with a stroll through the Harvard campus and maybe stop to watch a sports team holding a practice.
What breeds of dogs will you see taking a promenade under the lushly treed campuses of Harvard or MIT? Dog trainers in Cambridge are pet parents themselves and practice training their own pups after school before coming to you to pass on the knowledge and perfected skills.
Retrievers are a popular canine buddy in Cambridge, namely the Golden Retriever and the Labrador Retriever. Both of these dogs are eager to please and are keen to partake in any activity you invite them to join.
The toy breed Chihuahua is the next top dog on the list in Cambridge, and they are no less active than the retrievers. The Chi may need to take smaller steps but will have no problem keeping up!
Next in line is the ever-lovable mixed breed. Dogs of mutt lineage have hearts of gold and are known to be fiercely loyal. The best properties of both parents get a chance to shine in the mixed breed.
Rounding out the top five is the Terrier, which can comprise any number of pups. Whether the Wheaten, West Highland, Wire Fox Terrier, or any one of the other terrier types, this dog is known for their determination, spunk, and ability to dig a hole just about anywhere!
Schedule a fun and affordable dog training lesson for you and your favorite pooch by downloading the Wag! app today. It’s that simple!
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