Dog Boot Camp
Personal Training Sessions
Following is a list of frequently asked questions regarding dog training,
The dog stays at our beautiful facility and is assigned their own kennel space. Kennels are cleaned multiple times a day and staff consistently monitor the facility to ensure it is clean, safe and efficient for the training process.
Yes and no. Any dog that has bitten a human (regardless of severity) will not be accepted into the program, no exceptions. If you believe your dog has shown "signs" of aggression, we offer a consultation fee of $100 to have your dog evaluated by one of our professional trainers prior to entering the program. Often these signs are misread, and our professional trainers can identify a different issue that we can work with. We maintain perspective and will always put human lives first when making decisions regarding training aggressive dogs.
Dog aggressive or reactionary dogs yes, we do accept them into our program. We believe that control is the best approach to manage your dog's reactivity to other dogs. Reach out using the contact button on this page to hear more about our approach.
This all sounds great how do I sign up?
Use the contact us button on this page and call or email us. We will discuss your goals and expectations and make sure the program you have picked is the best fit for your goals. After that we will send you an invoice and enrollment instructions. We ask for a 50% down payment to hold your spot.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes, however your invoice will come with only the secure bank transfer active. If you would like to use a credit card there is a 3% convenience fee that will be added.
Required items include medications and current vaccinations records. Requested items are food and any collars or training equipment that the training staff indicates will be used in the training process. You will receive a list of required items upon booking.
Can we visit our dog during the boot camp?
We know how much people miss their dog while they are staying with us. We discourage visits for the simple fact that it can slow down the training process. Your dog will love the structure we provide in their daily routine. You coming for a visit can disrupt that structure and cause a minor slow down.
That all being said if you would like to visit it can be arranged with our kennel staff. Visits are Monday through Thursday during business hours.
MCC trainers are working dog handlers. We have experience training and working dogs in the police canine industry where reliable behaviors are a must. We use advanced tools and techniques and are experts in electronic/remote collar training.
No. Our system works for all dogs, regardless the breed.