Behavior Modifications

Personalized and Professional

Behavior Modifications and Rehabilitation (starting at 3 weeks):
21-day BOARD AND TRAIN- $3,500

(this price already includes boarding cost, tax for the boarding is not included)
Boarding charge for Board and Trains will be paid separately through The Furington.  ($32.75  per night+ tax)

This behavior modification package is for dogs with extreme behavior problems like:

  • Dog-to-Dog Aggression

  • Human Aggression

  • Food and/or Resource Guarding

  • Severe Separation Anxiety

  • Fear Issues

  • Severe Reactivity 


This is the only package I offer for dogs with more serious issues. Dogs who display extreme fear, anxiety, or OCD reactions are best served in the rehabilitation program. Please contact me so that we can discuss the severity of your dog’s aggression so to create a program fit for your dog.  It can take a few days, or up to a week for an aggressive, anxious, or fearful dog to begin to trust in leadership, rules, and boundaries–this starts by removing them from their environment and starting them on a fresh slate. A Board and Train is the only way to truly change all the variables to start reshaping your dog’s state of mind.

In addition to all of the basic skills and commands listed in the Two-Week Obedience Program, this program includes a 30-minute consultation on our starting day, a 90 minute mid-training session about half way through, and a  2-hour follow-up at the end of the program. In these sessions I will transfer all of the information, techniques, and strategies to you to insure continued success, and a final 1-hour follow-up one to two weeks later.


(Price does not include prong collar ($30-$40) or e-collar, which ranges in price from $180-$290, depending on your dog's needs.

*Depending on the severity of the issues, additional weeks may be required.  This will be determined either after the evaluation or early-on in the board and train process.  Additional weeks for behavior modifications are $700/week plus $32.75 per each night of additional boarding . 

Behavior modifications sure are an investment! They can take a lot of time/work