Elijsha’s Dream sponsors a program called “Wow-Insinc” designed to add enrichment through dogs for developmentally physically and mentally challenged individuals
Elijah’s Dream provides specific individual training for mentally impaired and or physically disabled persons, including financially disadvantaged persons and veterans. Training will be individualized to each recipient to include integrating a dog into their daily life.
10% off when mentioning this add on your registration form!!
We offer all levels at of dog obedience training including puppy obedience training, manners, puppy kindergarten, house breaking and behavior modification. We specialize in help with all types of aggression problems. We also work with aggressive dog issues and seek solutions through behavior modification and dog obedience training. These problems can include: leash aggression, aggression towards dogs, aggression towards children or adults. Please read Susie’s article on dog aggression problems for Petlanta magazine. Lack of dog obedience training is usually the core of all canine behavioral issues.
Group classes run for 6 weeks, each class is an hour only 7-8 dogs in a class $145
July 24th 1pm
August 14th at 1:30pm
Group Puppy Dog Training Classes
Group obedience training classes: New economical special for Alpharetta and Roswell location only $145 for a 6 week obedience course with The Life of the Dog Services included; Group Classes at all other locations are $160 and include the life services as well. Classes are small with a limited number of dogs to allow for individualized attention for you and your dog. The class will meet at the same location and time for the following 6 weeks. Puppy obedience training classes receive The Life of The Dog Services as well.
There will be 6 weeks of obedience training with go home lessons and homework handouts. You will be given the tools to train your dog at your home during the week between classes. The classes are designed to go at your own pace. For your dog to achieve the curricula stated below for the basic obedience course within the 6 week time frame, you will need to do 3-4 sessions of 5-10 minutes a day to achieve your goals. You will be given the tools to train your dog and when and how much you use the tools is up to you. You will have the tools to train at your own pace as well as train all your dogs in the future.
Next Puppy classes: runs for 4 weeks $95 (dates are subject to change due to weather) you must register for class BEFORE start date and confirm with your instructor if there are any date changes, please.
Puppy classes: not more than 5-6 puppies in a class puppy agility included in classes for confidence building. This class is for puppies under 4 1/2 -5 months old. Your vet will approve if your puppy has enough immunizations to be around other dogs/puppies. Each vet is different on what series of immunizations they want a puppy to have. Please check with your vet. All puppies in class are immunized by a vets approval.
Separation Anxiety and the woes of a dog dealing with the family’s routine changing and all the stress comes with “back to school” schedule changes.
1.) Start now mimicking the changes the dog will be experiencing, the changes associated with returning back to school.
2.) Start retrieving games with your dog now so you can have a quick exercise program before school to help your dog decompress.
3.) Allow in your children’s schedule a time for them to interact with the dog between arriving home from school and homework schedules.
4.) Get your dog temperament tested and used to going to a dog daycare once a week for stress relief.
5.)Find interactive toys now that your dog will enjoy when they are in the crates and left for longer periods of time.
6.) Some dogs might need a homeopathic stress relief ointment like lavender oil or a stress relieving pill “stress easy or stress relief” found in your local pet stores.
The Bow Wow bungalow, open exclusively to clients of Atlanta Dog Trainer, LLC, is available to you and your entire family at a reasonable rate. It’s fun under the sun with your furry friends on a beautiful, quite, dog-friendly beach!
A word of caution: those who experience the Bow Wow Bungalow always come back for more!
Vivid Life: Swimming is not only fun for your dog…but it also does great things for him. The resistance of water makes your dog work harder to swim than he has to work on land to walk or run. He will show improved muscular strength and tone, while working the cardio-vascular and respiratory systems, without the impact of concussive exercise on land and the associated damage that it may cause.
It may surprise you to know that for a dog, 1 minutes’ swimming is equivalent to about 4 minutes of running, according to Dr Arleigh Reynolds, a Veterinary Surgeon and Canine Physiologist.
Stronger, toned muscles help to protect dogs against injuries sustained during normal exercise, such as running or chasing a ball, or during more demanding exercise such as agility and flyball.
In healthy dogs, swimming should be used in conjunction with other exercise on land to ensure the dogs’ bones are kept strong by sustaining good bone density.
As with any fitness program, you should expect to start gently and increase the exercise over time. Don’t be surprised if your dog only swims for a few minutes or has a few short bursts to begin with. Gradually, as their fitness improves, they will be able to swim longer with fewer rests.
Many dog trainers make use of swimming therapy to help their animals, even building special pools so that they can swim regularly. In addition, swimming can help dogs relax and release pent-up energy.
For working dogs, such as rescue, police, drug enforcement, and seeing-eye dogs, swimming helps them improve their spirits and mental well-being.
After surgery, once the site has had an appropriate amount of time to mend (veterinary consultation is a must), swimming provides weightless exercise to improve joint movement, increase circulation and build supporting muscle, where concussive exercise such as walking can possibly cause damage to the newly reconstructed area.
Many veterinarians recommend swimming in warm water as an ideal form of therapeutic exercise for dogs. Research indicates that swimming in warm water can help dogs, significantly decrease recovery time from injuries and decreases pain.
Atlanta Dog Trainer presents our Dog Educators Vocational Academy to become a Professional Dog Trainer in our Dog Training School
Are you ready for a dog training school…?
- Looking for a dog training school where the instructors are successful dog obedience trainers with excellent credentials?
- Wasting your time in a career you do not enjoy?
- Wanting to learn using hands-on dog training rather than taking generic courses from an online dog training schools?
- Wanting to learn a variety of methods to train a dog?
- Looking for positive dog training with effective methods?
- Want to learn how to be an agility trainer? Have you ever thought about training dogs for scent detection? Dock Diving?
- Atlanta Dog Trainers vocational school for professional dog trainers has it all in our curriculum and at our farm facility!!
Our recent Dock Diving class is a success
Congratulations to our dock divers Riley McPhail, Dexter Ring, Rocky Okiyama. Rick Carpenter is our dock diving instructor. Most of you have met rick at our “Splash Day” events. He is an excellent teach and it shows in all the success our dogs are having in the dock diving class.
Dog Dock Diving
We are excited to introduce the new dog sport called “Dock Diving.” I am sure you have seen some events in the media or on the extreme dog sports channels. Do you have an athletic dog? Do you even know if your dog is athletic? Dogs who do not enjoy agility may love swimming or dock diving. If you already have a dock diving dog, then you have a great new place to practice! Participating in this ever-increasingly popular dog sport is rewarding for both you and your dog. The excitement at these events is contagious! These competitions build true camaraderie amongst dog lovers and can expand your circle of friends while providing great exercise and socialization for your furry best friend!!
Atlanta Dog Trainer,LLC
12900 Freemanville Rd
Alpharetta, Georgia 30004
Training (770) 754 9178
“The Farm” dog daycare and boarding (770) 714-9877