Full Immersion Program: 1 Week $1800 (7 Days)
Additional Week $1200 (14 Days)
About the program: This two-week program is structured with busy owners in mind. Your dog will board with The Bark Club for 14 days receiving structured training sessions daily with reinforcement and relaxation days on Sundays. (No structured training sessions only reinforcement and play sessions) This service is ideal for puppies, busy owners, training to avoid distractions and dogs that need extra attention.
All day training during every interaction with your pup
Multiple structured training sessions per day. Unlike other programs your not is worked with throughout the entire day not just once and then kenneled!
One-Two Hour of structured group play (approved dogs) in the morning and in the afternoon
Four Train and Play classes during their stay where they get the opportunity to work with a few of our other trainers on staff (Small group classes twice a week)
Enrichment play sessions throughout the week just for a little bit of added fun!
Regular report card with pictures to communicate what your dog has learned and their progress.
Drop Off Day Consultation
Final One on one with the trainer upon last day of program
Bath prior to your dog returning home
Online Classroom access so you can begin to familiarize yourself with the homework for when they return home.
Holiday Overlap: All programs that take place over peak holiday times will be an additional $25 a night for peak nights.
What we will work on during your dog’s board and train program:
At The Bark Club we realize that every dog is different. During our initial consultation we will discuss the needs you have for your pup to develop a personalized training plan. The program covers basic to advanced obedience and is not a good fit for aggression or severe behavior modification.
Training topics that will be addressed during their program
House Training/Potty Training
Come When Called
Pulling on the Leash
Jumping on people
Bolting/Wait at the Door
Heeling on leash
Down/Stay Place Command
Sit/Stay (close and at a distance)
Greeting a friendly stranger
Cooperative body handling (grooming)