Welcome to For Paws Canine Training and Pet Sitting. Our training and pet sitting philosophy is simple;  we treat your pets like our own. Visit the About Us section to learn more.

At For Paws, we use a variety of positive reinforcement techniques and methods while watching or training your pet. We work with your dog’s natural instincts to encourage desired behaviors and promote a stronger bond with you and your family.  We have found that positive reward-based training produces the best results.  Your pet should never fear you or us when being watched or trained. Our trainers have learned to be creative and versatile using the best techniques and tools to create a positive learning environment to motivate both the dogs and their owner/handler.

Whether you are looking for basic commands, advanced training, therapy and service dog instruction, or something more personalized, we have a program for you.

Our services have been designed to work with a variety of needs and budgets.

 

Training Options 

GROUP CLASSES
11 classes each week | Puppy Culture & Levels 1 – 4

Puppies

Pupply Preschool | Puppy Culture

Level One

Beginners Basics

Level Two

Intermediate Basics

Level Three

Skilled

Level Four

Advanced

RESIDENCY PROGRAMS

At Allies Walkabout (with For Paws Training)

DAYCARE & TRAIN

BOARD (OVERNIGHT) & TRAIN

In a For Paws Trainer's Home

COMPREHENSIVE BOARD & TRAIN

PRIVATE VISITS, CONSULTATIONS & EVAULATIONS

Private In-Home Training (in your home)

Private On-Site Training (at For Paws Training Facility)

Behavior Modification

Consultations & Evaluations to determine training needs (can be by phone or in-person)

Other canine related consultations such as looking for that new puppy/dog.

DESIGNATION/CERTIFICATION TRAINING

Therapy Dog

Service Dog

AKC Canine Good Citizen

EVALUATION & CERTIFICATION

AKC CGC

Alliance of Therapy Dogs

 

 

Pet Care Options 

Daily Visits to your home.

Daily Walks on leash

Administering Medications if needed

Pet Sitting in your home during the day or overnight

 

“There is no such thing as a bad 

dog, just dogs with

Bad Behavior.”