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Do you have a dog that keeps peeing inside the house? Is your dog chewing your furniture? Or did you just get a puppy and don’t know what to do? Our two-week board and train program is the ideal dog training program for your dog.

Our two-week board and training program provides your dog with daily one-on-one training for two weeks. Your dog would live in our house and would be our sidekick for two weeks. This kind of training is incredibly beneficial because your dog will train at every step. It’s as if your dog was getting trained 24/7! We also only train one dog at the time, so we will be fully concentrated on your pup.

While we offer private lessons as well, we consider our two-week board and train program a much more intensive course. The benefits of our two-week program are rooted in the time spend with your dog. Because your dog becomes our companion during this time, he/she will go to the dog park and do various other activities with us. While this might sound scary, it is not! This way, your pup will learn how to properly interact with strangers and other dogs.

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Aside from teaching your pup the proper behavior when encountering new people, we will also address your dog’s main issues when they happen. So if your dog goes in the house or starts nipping, we can address the issue right as it is happening. This kind of technique is easier for your dog to retain because we address it at the moment EVERY time it happens.

dog making mess in the kitchen

We urge you to consider our two-week program because it will be highly beneficial to you and your furry friend. If you are in the Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania or Stafford area call Wag Ur Tail Dog Training at 540-834-8353. You can also check out our Board and Train page to find out more information about our program.

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