Boot Camp

 

Some people find that they need more help with their dog than they get in group classes or private lessons. This can be because the person has physical or time limitations that make it hard for them

to practice the training,  or because the dog has  special needs.         Sometimes a board and train

program (also called doggie boot camp) works out really well.    Uschi occassionally takes dogs into

her home for intensive, individual training.      Since training is her job, she has time thoughout the

day to focus on  training and dogs that stay with her  advance  very quickly  through their lessons.

They return home to their owners with  new skills  and understanding of what is expected of them.

This can be really helpful for the owners and the dog, because then they can focus on learning how to work together on something the dog already knows how to do well with Uschi.  If you think that 

a boot camp might be appropriate for you and your dog, please contact Uschi, the Award Winning

Trainer with  K9 University Internationale, based in Phoenix, Arizona..

 



 

Doberman 'Chuan' in Boot Camp for off leash training.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

2 Airedale Terrier, 'Charlie' and 'Neila' in Boot Camp - holding the down perfectly on a remote street.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

Watch Doberman puppy 'Dante' progressing while in Boot Camp.