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Training/ Behavior

Do you have a new puppy that won't stop biting? 

A dog that never listens when you call for him?  

We have a solution!  Amanda is a certified trainer that can help you solve these troublesome dog behaviors.  She offers group classes, private lessons, and board & train options to help you better communicate with your problem pooch.  Below you will find information about the specific services:

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Puppy Classes*

Puppies are never too young to start learning!  Puppy classes allow dogs to interact with other dogs their age and learn proper social interactions.  Classes are held in a group setting at Oakcrest Pet Hospital and focus on basic commands and common puppy problems.  Please call for availability.

Basic Classes*

Basic classes are designed for adult dogs.  They are held in a group setting at Oakcrest Pet Hospital and focus on training dogs to properly walk on a leash, sit, stay, lay down, and other basic commands.  Please call for availability.


Private Lessons

Canine behavior is very complex. Some issues are easily fixed, while others take time and can never be fixed (just managed). Problem behaviors include anything from jumping on people, running out open doors, barking, resource guarding, inter-dog aggression, and storm/noise phobias. Amanda can help you work one-on-one with your pet to correct or control these troublesome behaviors.

Board & Train

Do you feel overwhelmed with your dog's rebellious behavior?  Don't worry! Amanda can start the training process by taking your dog home for daily one-on-one training.  She will work on the problem behavior, and then she will show you the techniques she used so you can continue the process at home. 

If you are interested in joining one of these classes or need a private lesson for your dog, call Oakcrest Pet Hospital and we will put you in touch with Amanda!

(316) 722-4828

*For the protection of all the students, we require dogs have current Rabies, DHPP, and Bordetella vaccinations (administered by a veterinarian) and must be free of external parasites including fleas, ticks, and mites.