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Frequently Asked Questions

Below you'll find answers to the questions our office gets most frequently. If you don't see answers to your questions, contact us. We will be happy to assist you.

We do have some options that may work for the busy pet owner. Dogs can receive one on one training time during their Daycare stay or try our Express classes, designed for the busy owner. Also, you can talk with a private trainer about how to maximize training during private sessions. In the end, training is an ongoing process and you as the owner need to know how to ask for and reinforce behaviors. There will be some minimum time requirements on your part as an owner.

Dogism does not offer training for Therapy Dog or Service Dog programs. However, the American Kennel Club's Canine Good Citizen and Community Canine titles are often foundation programs for Therapy or Service programs. Dogism does offer training and certification for both.

Yes, children are encouraged to be a part of the training program. We do ask that anyone under 13 be accompanied by an adult in the training area.

We do not offer overnight boarding. Dogs must be picked up from Daycare by 7pm each day.

We would recommend that you ask a veterinarian to rule out medical conditions. If your dog is healthy, our trainers will be happy to perform a free assessment of your dog's behavior and offer their suggestions.

Dogism does not offer the traditional grooming services. Our Do- It- Yourself bathing stations offer all the amenities an owner needs to give their dog a proper bath without making a mess of your home.

Dogism's classes are focused on the pet dog. We do offer training times for the competitive dog owner to have private ring time for limited training on their own. We call this Personal Practice Time.