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“Your pups newest best friend!”
I have a background in Animal Behavior studies and fully believe in positive based balanced training! I’d love to help your pup overcome their fears or anxieties, or just be more well mannered and patient. I have experience walking and training dogs of all walks of life and breeds - I look forward to hearing how I can help your four legged family member be an upstanding pup citizen! Please feel free to message me to coordinate schedules for training!
Top Pet Caregiver
Training Exam Complete
Socially Distanced Pet Care
Can run with dogs, Oral medicine administration, Injected 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
I have experience in handling and taking care of dogs for two years, I am a person that loves dogs, I am the proud owner of a beautiful adopted dog, I always take care of and protect your pet as if it were mine, your pet will have with me a fun experience and I will always be sure that they receive their full walk and they can return safely to your home
Top Pet Caregiver
Training Exam Complete
Dog first aid and/or CPR, Can run with dogs, Senior dog care, Fast walker, Dogs who pull, Puppy care, Training experience
Is your dog tall enough to counter surf or to give people a fright when jumping on them? Both of these examples are less than desirable behaviors that can be tamed with the right training technique. Teaching your dog to recognize and obey hand signals is an excellent way to nip this behavior in the bud, with “sit” and “down” being key commands.
Dogs have a lot of muscles that work together to move their ears to and fro. That’s it – their ears are not just for listening, but also for communicating, too! Ears forward? Your dog is alert and ready to play. Ears dropped? Your pooch may be nervous. When your dog moves their ears back and forth, they are trying to figure something out.
Owning a dog that can carry a tune sounds like a great idea! You’ll be looking for a Basenji, known as a barkless dog with a signature yodel that makes them stand out from the rest! This athletic dog deserves an owner that likes to be busy and is happy to exercise alongside their pooch.
Does your dog think that the chance to train is the next best thing to a dog bone? Your four-legger is right. All dogs love to train and work with pride to reach the top of the class.
In Alpine, they are plenty of places to train and lots of ways to do it! If you are starting your canine kiddo off in a puppies only class, 6 weeks of training is yours for about $220. Many dog training clubs encourage that you stay the course for all levels to help your dog reach for the stars. After puppy classes, for example, basic obedience training will take between 4 and 6 weeks, and cost around $250 to $300.
If you think you’d rather keep your dog at home for the first level of training, consider in-home private training. You and your furry BFF learn the ropes of proper doggy behavior together. Step by step and lesson by lesson, you’ll train and practice together. In Alpine, private lessons can be in the ballpark of $175 for an hour and a half of instruction. Keep in mind, there may be a consultation fee or travel expenses for the instructor tagged on to the price.
Are you looking for an affordable way to train your dog? Flexibility when taking your pooch to dog training is a big plus and Alpine dog trainers with Wag! are ready to work with you. The bonus is that for rates starting at $60 per one-hour session, you can help your dog learn the basics and beyond right in the comfort of your own home. In-home training is pawsitively easy to book within the Wag! app.
Alpine is near the Hudson River, which also borders New York State. Plenty of pawsome opportunities for fun await doggos who call this picturesque part of New Jersey home. And it’s a pawpular pastime to head to New York for fun, too!
In fact, Tallman Mountain State Park in New York is just the place for friendly dogs to meet and play. It’s a large space for humans and their canine kiddos to kick back and remove themselves from the hustle and bustle of traffic and noise. A nominal fee is charged to enjoy this pooch-approved park. Without a designated dog area, leashes are required.
Another exciting location is the Palisades Long Path, which is right in Alpine and is a destination that is pooch-approved! Hike with your favorite furry trekker any time between sunrise and sunset for amazing views of the Hudson River. Miles and miles of woodland make up the trails and are perfect for pups of any hiking ability.
Before you head to New York or even on a trek right at home, make sure the local dog ordinances are covered. What does that mean? It’s pretty simple. Fido needs proof of rabies vaccine and a dog license. Buy your pooch a comfortable collar and a secure leash, and you are all set!
If your pooch needs a little help with walking nicely on the leash, connect with a local dog trainer with Wag! They’re always ready to assist!
Does your pooch have a favorite dog park? No doubt, it’s a space where other canines are frolicking and hanging about. New Jersey dogs are always ready to meet and greet; get your tail-wagger out there, too!
You’ll see the stately German Shepherd in the park, as they are second on the list of favorite New Jersey dogs, right behind the Labrador Retriever. Both of these dogs are big and full of energy. They’ll benefit from the leadership you can provide after a few dog training sessions.
The Poodle is further down the list but no less loved and cherished. This curly-coated bundle of spunk wears a permanent smile and loves to spend hours exploring local trails.
Enjoy the scenery and keep your eye open for the Bulldog and the Beagle, two other pups who like to keep their sniffers on high alert when wandering through fields and paths of Alpine trails and parks.
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