our most popular program

Stay & Learn Training


In this highly sought after program, your dog stays in our home and lives as a member of our family. This provides a consistent environment with Adam overseeing every step of your dog’s care. This “real world” setting gives your dog exposure to kids, cats, and dogs.


We have found that dogs learn the best in Short and Frequent training sessions that are focused. Because Adam conducts all of your dog’s care, every moment becomes a teaching opportunity. Training sessions are held throughout the day, day after day which yields reliable results.

“make the wrong thing difficult and the right thing easy” Ray Hunt

what sets us apart from the rest


To begin, we like to come out to meet you and your dog. We will assess your dog while listening to your goals and needs. Putting all of that together, we will advise the exercises that will help you best achieve your goals and the timeline that we foresee necessary for your dog's training.


Dogs are always learning even if you are not training. The beauty of this program is that every moment is a teaching opportunity. Be it meal time, going potty, training sessions, and recreation time. We are "all in" with your dog's training and we will be in constant contact during you dog's stay.


This is where we are told we differ from the competition. Upon completion of your dog's training we bring your newly trained dog home to you. We teach you step by step all your dog has learned and how to implement it. You will receive training guides and follow up lessons as well.

What can my dog learn during a board and train program?

Our basic program includes training your dog

  • To be focused on you, engaged with you and trusting you

  • To walk nicely on a loose leash (Heel)

  • To stay on a Place like a cot, bed or rug until released (Climb)

  • To Sit on command and stay until released

  • To Down on command and stay until released

  • To come quickly when called (Here)

  • To be calm, quiet, clean and content when in the crate.

  • To not pull through doors or up/down stairs

  • To greet people including young children appropriately

  • To not react on sight to other dogs while on a walk

  • To not jump onto furniture and counter tops

  • To not jump up on people