This option consists of Emily or Jolene coming to your home and working with your dog multiple days per week for an hour at a time. The final training day of the week will be spent as a "transfer session." This is where everything that your dog has learned for the week will be transferred to you so that things stay consistent. Owners must be present for all transfer sessions!
A progress report will be provided after every session. You do not need to be home for training sessions, and these can be done while you're at work, running errands, etc. This option is great for busy families or professionals! This training program lasts for three weeks.
The first step to any day training package is scheduling the initial consultation. This gives us an opportunity to gather a thorough history, put together a management plan, and set clear training goals along with prioritizing those goals to create a customized experience. The initial consultation lasts 1-2 hours and includes a written report that is sent via email afterwards. The initial consultation can be done in-person or remotely. Remote initial consultations are done through Zoom, and a recording of the session itself is provided afterwards. The cost of the initial consultation is $100 (for in-person or remote). If clients sign a day training contract within one week of receiving the written report from the initial consultation, then the cost of the initial consultation will be credited towards the price of the day training package.
Emily Holds The Leash Training Programs
All day training packages include one to three follow-up sessions to set the client and dog up for success. All in-home services are offered within a 40-mile radius of Wyocena, WI. If a client is outside of the service area, there is a $0.25 charge per additional mile. Payment plans are available!
Why is socialization so important?
Puppies go through a critical socialization period from 3 weeks of age to 16 weeks of age. This is the most important time in their lives to experience many different people, animals, places, sounds, scents, etc. It is important for puppies to be exposed to these different stimuli at their comfort level, so they don’t associate these things with something scary. Lack of socialization is one of the most common causes of behavior problems as the puppy ages.
For more information on this, please read the following blog posts written by a board-certified veterinary behaviorist: