Benefits of In Home Training 

You might be intimidated by the idea of training your dog by yourself. You may have children or other pets at home that make it hard for your dog to focus. You may have a tight schedule without a lot of room for training. After a long day at work, you find that you don’t want to train your dog – it is no longer fun and you’re losing faith in your dog’s ability to pick up tricks and your ability to communicate with them.

Delaware Valley Dog Training explains the benefits of in-home training.

Here at Delaware Valley Dog Training, we train you one-on-one in your home so that you can take our knowledge and apply it to your interactions with your dog. Not everyone thinks of repetition as fun, and that’s what dog training is — lots of patience, repetition, and enforcement of the same routines and rules. But at the end of the day, you and your dog are both working to make your lives more structured and easy and working towards an attainable behavioral goal can be fun for the both of you.

Our expert dog trainer knows it can get frustrating to work for a long time and not get results, but we are confident and knowledgeable in addressing any behavioral problems, starting from puppyhood to the golden years, and we prepare you for real-life scenario that may put a normal training regimen to the test. We first schedule an in-person consultation to get to know both you and your dog and work with you to fix up a training schedule that works for you and addresses your needs. Then, we do in-home training sessions to teach you new ways to approach training or behavioral problems. We’ve found that doing in-person, at-home sessions makes the lessons even more relevant for you and your pet. There’s no reason dog training can’t be simple, easy, and fun for you – if you’re enjoying your time spent with your dog, you won’t even notice the time spent training! You can use props, toys, and triggers from your living situation to drive the lessons home.

Give us a call today at 215.607.7508 to talk about your training schedule options and discuss any concerns about the effectiveness of professional in-home training.