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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!

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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 :)

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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

About Dog Training in Revere, MA

Training Fun Fact #1:

Did you know that when puppies are born, their ear canals are not fully developed, rendering them unable to hear? Within a few weeks of birth, though, everything is working as it should. There are times, of course, when a puppy is born deaf and will need extra help navigating their world. A dog without hearing is just as clever as any other dog and can learn commands like heel as well as any other pooch, only in a different way.

Training Fun Fact #2:

Is your Labrador Retriever continually coming to you with their leash, begging for yet another outing? This breed is nothing short of extra-energetic and will need a full list of things to do every day to be content. Running out of ideas? Train your dog to use their senses by enrolling them in a field training class. Not only will you test them mentally, but the activity will wear off some energy as well.

Training Fun Fact #3:

The Mini Fo-Tzu is one of the most unique hybrid dogs you’ll ever come across. Why? This small dog is adaptable and ready to run. They can be a couch potato when you need them to but can also keep up with you when that’s a requirement, too. They do seek lots of attention, though, so be prepared for that. How to keep them occupied? Give them a canine interactive toy or feeder, and they’ll be happy!  

Average Cost of Dog Training in Revere, MA

Is your four-legger woofing about dog training? Get them ready to meet fellow furry friends in Revere by enrolling them in obedience classes. No matter the level of training needed, dog trainers in Revere are prepared to get to work.

Does your dog need the benefit of socialization? If that’s the case, look for a group class in your area. Courses typically range from 4 to 6 weeks and cost anywhere from $100 to $200. Dogs in group lessons most often start with the basic training class and love it so much that they work up to advanced courses in no time!

Board and train is another option, and many pet owners go for this option when they head out on vacation and can’t bring Spot along. Dogs who go to boot camp are safe and sound at the trainer’s home or facility for overnight stays. During the day, they are by the trainer’s side, learning the ins and outs of canine good manners. Expect to pay up to $1,500 for two weeks of training.

Does your dog thrive on individual attention? Private lessons may be just the ticket and are a popular choice of pet parents in Revere. For between $125 and $150 per hour, your budding canine student will be instructed on everything a dog needs to know from basic obedience to heeling without a leash.

You alone know what your dog needs, and that is why it is fun to customize the lessons to your pooch’s strengths and weaknesses. Dog trainers in Revere, MA are more than happy to work with you and your dog as it suits your schedule, too. Download the Wag! app to chat with the best local trainer for you, to tailor a session to your pup’s personality. For prices starting at $57 per one-hour session on average, dog training with Wag! is a convenient and affordable option. Need a quick refresher? Digital dog training is also available, with average prices starting at just $27 per 30-minute lesson

Going Off-Leash in Revere, MA

Revere is a cool place for doggos to live and hang out. The city is named after Revolutionary War patriot Paul Revere, after all, and that means there are plenty of things to see and do in this town!

Pet parents have a few things to take care of before heading out to the parks and trails. All dogs must be licensed, vaccinated for rabies, and neutered or spayed. Once these minor details are met, it’s time to hit the trails.

The first one to check out for a trek is Bruce Freeman Rail Trail over in Lowell, just 40 minutes away by car. It’s the ideal trail to go to with an energetic, athletic dog because it can take all day to hike if you want it to! The walk can take over 6 hours, although a hike this long takes planning. Bring along drinks and snacks for both you and Spot, and plan to take a rest now and then along the way.

If Spot likes the water, go to Arlington on occasion to spend time at the Arlington Reservoir Trail. This walk is an easy loop with a fun, pooch-friendly beach in its midst. Your dog can run and play off-leash as long as you’ve practiced recall skills. You don’t want your doggo disobeying by chasing after a squirrel and not returning. 

Every outing is better with a well-trained and cooperative pup by your side. Chat with a dog trainer and get your dog ready to explore Revere’s parks and trails.

Dog Training in Revere, MA

Sure, the all American dog (and the favorite over most of the US) is the Labrador Retriever. It’s the same here in Revere, and that’s no surprise because the breed is just so lovable. They are great swimmers, love to please, and are relatively easy to care for when it comes to grooming. They do like to sniff out a good scent and are no stranger to rolling in the odd smell when the mood strikes.

But what about other pups on the roster of favorites who don’t often get mentioned because they aren’t at the top? They are no less loved, that is for certain.

The Pomeranian is a cute little ball of fluff hovering around the bottom of the list of top dogs in Revere. They’ve got a lot going for them, with a gorgeous coat and a spunky personality that is rarely matched. They are a vocal dog but can be trained not to bark – they are bright, despite their small size!

Midway up the list of beloved dogs in Revere is the adorable Bulldog. They tend to drool and snore, but those funny traits just make them all the more endearing. This cuddly canine will require regular vet visits because they are prone to eye issues like entropion. This is where the eyelid can grow inward, causing abrasion and pain to the eye. Don’t let that stop you, however, as the Bulldog is a companion you’ll love to bits.

No matter if your preference is a small dog that likes to bark or a bigger pooch that weighs 75 pounds, they all deserve the chance to shine at obedience school. Connect with a dog trainer with Wag! and start your dog’s training today.

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