Dog Training

Dog Behavior Training, AKC Testing and more

Private Lessons

Private Lessons

30 minute Camp Lesson Cost: $50.00

60 minute Camp Lesson Cost: $93.00


30 minute Owner Present Lesson Cost: $65.00

45 minute Owner Present Lesson Cost: $90.00

60 minute Owner Present Lesson Cost: $115.00

Dawgs in Motion offers training for our daycamp and nightcamp guests. These lessons are 30 minutes and 60 minutes long and are designed to help assist dogs during a daycamp or nightcamp stay. Our trainers can work on socializing, obedience, tricks, and more. Private sessions are not offered for aggression cases.

We also offer owner present lessons ranging from 30 minutes to 60 minutes long. These sessions can be tailored to address specific behavioral problems or obedience, tricks, or agility training. Private lessons are not offered a the facility for cases of aggression.

For daycamp/nightcamp lessons our experienced trainers will work with your dog in the environment that they are having the issues and will work to correct problematic behaviors like mounting,  face-barking, barging through gates and doors, and can help build appropriate play and interactions with other dogs and staff. All students must have a camp training contract on file prior to lessons.

Our trainers do NOT work with aggression towards people or other dogs in our camp private lessons. 

In-Home Training

60 minute In-Home Private Lesson Cost: $200.00

30 minute In-Home Extension Cost: $65.00

Dawgs in Motion offers private in-home training as well. In-Home training is 1 hour long and can work on a range of behaviors including obedience, housebreaking, and problem behaviors including but not limited to: counter-surfing, digging, barking, chewing, etc.

Dawgs in Motion can work with dogs experiencing issues with reactivity or aggression on a limited basis. We do not accept cases of direct dog-human aggression or dog-dog aggression and focus primarily on leash and territory reactivity. 

We would be happy to connect you to a trainer that works with these issues in greater detail should you experiance any of these issues.


Dawgs in Motion offers training for Service Dogs

Our program requires the dogs to complete Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced Obedience either through group classes or private lessons with our trainers. Dogs should earn their titles for Canine Good Citizen, Urban Canine Good Citizen, and Advanced Canine Good Citizen. If an adult dog comes to us for certification but the owner feels that they have reached the advanced level of training or has trained elsewhere the dog may be evaluated and test out of these classes. If a dog has already received their CGC, CGCU, and CGCA and tests out but wants to be evaluated they can do so through a private lesson with the lead trainer and test out of the program.

Dawgs in Motion does not offer insurance for these dogs, we only offer training based on the evaluation and testing of the dog.

Service training can be done privately as well through our private lessons at Dawgs in Motion’s Facility. We offer training for psychiatric service dogs, PTSD, balance assistance, mobility (not including guide dogs), anxiety and depression, and other task oriented training. We do NOT offer service training for medical alert such as diabetic alert, allergen alert, etc. However we would be happy to get you recourses on these options.

Please note that Service Dogs are specially trained dogs to assist their handler with a disability and are not pets. These task oriented working dogs assist in daily function for their handlers and are NOT therapy dogs. It is illegal to claim your pet is a service animal if you do not have a disability and it is illegal to claim your pet is a service animal so that you can bypass housing, airline, or other pet restrictions.

Dawgs in Motion will not sign off on a dog that is not a legitimate service animal. We do not sell vest, ID tags, or other visual verification for these working dogs but would be happy to write a letter verifying the training and or evaluation of a service animal at the request of the legal owner/handler of the animal.