At K9 Kamp, we understand that every dog is as unique as their paw print. Our team of dedicated dog trainers is committed to helping your dog overcome their more challenging behaviors, making them a well-mannered and cherished member of your family.

We also like to stress that each dog’s behavior is influenced by various factors, and attempting to “diagnose” your own dog could lead to problems. Our experienced trainers at K9 Kamp can evaluate and assess your dog’s needs and create a tailored training program that ensures success.

At K9 Kamp, we work with dogs who have:

Anxiety Behavior

Just like humans, dogs can experience anxiety too. Common signs include excessive panting, trembling, pacing, or withdrawal. If your dog shows signs of anxiety, it’s essential to seek professional help to identify triggers and implement positive strategies to alleviate their stress.

Barking Behavior

Barking is a natural way for dogs to communicate, but excessive barking can be a nuisance. Whether it’s triggered by strangers, other animals, or even boredom, our trainers can help your dog learn appropriate barking boundaries.

Counter Surfing Behavior

If your dog has a habit of sneaking food from countertops or tables, they may be engaging in counter surfing behavior. Our training programs will teach them self-control and reinforce the “leave it” command.

Jumping Behavior

While jumping is an expression of excitement and affection for dogs, it can be troublesome, especially with visitors or small children. Our trainers will work with your dog to replace jumping with more polite greetings.

Mouthing Behavior

Puppies often explore the world with their mouths, but excessive mouthing or nipping can become problematic. Our expert trainers use gentle techniques to encourage appropriate mouthing behavior.

Pulling on Lead Behavior

Does your dog turn your daily walks into a game of tug-of-war? Leash pulling can be frustrating and unsafe. Through our training, your dog will learn to walk politely on a leash, making walks an enjoyable experience for both of you.

Reactivity Behavior

Reactivity occurs when dogs overreact to certain stimuli, such as other dogs, strangers, or loud noises. Our trainers will help desensitize your dog to triggers and teach them alternative, calm behaviors.

Running Off Behavior

A dog that runs off without recall can be a safety risk. Our training programs focus on improving your dog’s recall skills, ensuring they come back to you reliably when called.

Visitors Behavior

Does your dog get overly excited or anxious when visitors arrive? Our training will help your dog learn appropriate greeting behaviors, making visitors feel welcome and safe.

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At K9 Kamp, we understand that these behaviors can be difficult, but we believe that every dog deserves a chance to learn and grow. Our experienced trainers take a personalized approach, tailoring our training methods to suit your dog’s unique needs and temperament.

Our team of professionals is here to support you and your dog, providing a safe and effective path to behavioral improvement.

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Frequently Asked Questions

We strive to create a dog training program that helps you get your dog into the best possible space he or she can be in, in as short a time frame as possible. We know how difficult it is to live with a dog who doesn’t understand commands, is rude and disrespectful, or whose behaviors are less than ideal. In order to permanently resolve problems, we need to do more than just treat some of the symptoms. Getting to the root of the problem may require some patience, as well as the ability of pet owners to learn from constructive criticisms. We may ask owners to make some slight changes in the home while the dog is in training and provide some videos of their or other dogs to demonstrate how to ensure optimal responses. We will provide the tools and knowledge you will need to continue with what your dog has learned. We provide free lifetime support, as well as an ongoing weekly improvement class that helps to refresh the dogs’ new skills if necessary. If dog owners take advantage of all the resources we offer, they will acquire the knowledge, tools and skills to ensure their pet’s best behavior.

Our training facility and programs are designed with dog training and behavior modification in mind. While your dog is in our care, training takes place any time he or she is out of the private suite. Every day and every activity the dogs are involved in are carefully planned and structured around dog training. The dogs are expected to behave, be respectful, and always have good manners, ensuring that their training is consistent. There is a lot of playtime with other dogs and with people, but even during play the dogs are expected to have good behavior, thus their training is reinforced in natural and delightful ways.

Dogs with a serious bite history of either people or other dogs are often not a good fit for our programs. That is not to say that we do not work with them but we do so on a case by case basis. About 50% of the dogs we work with do nip, jump, or otherwise scare people, and these issues are not what are being referred to here. It is dogs who have actually bitten to hurt someone or attacked another dog and caused wounds that we will most likely be unable to assist. If you are wondering if your dog is a good fit for our programs, please contact us. We can arrange a time to meet so that we can better evaluate your dog.