Level Up Pup! Private Coaching
- Hosted on Zoom
- For puppies 5 months and under
- Access to online student community
- Program handouts available in our online library
- 8 private video sessions with your trainer
Creating a dog who is calm, able to focus and follow cues, able to regulate their own energy.
Establishing basic cues such as Sit, Down, Stay, Come when Called and more.
Strengthening learned behaviours week by week, slowly and systematically to ensure our puppies are successful at each stage of the training.
Progressing from getting behaviours reliable around the home to the real world, like when visitors enter your home, when out on walks, and when traveling.
How does an online private coaching work?
Level Up Pup! is entirely online.
Work through the program in weekly video calls with your instructor.
Your instructor, Sheena Neil, coaches you on how to train your puppy and begin implementing the training in real life situations.
Upload training videos for your instructor to review, or work with your puppy during video calls and get immediate feedback.
Customized homework will be sent to you after every session so you have clear instructions on what to work on next.
Students have access to a group community where they can meet other puppy owners, share successes, and ask questions between classes.
What is covered?
Level Up Pup! covers:
- House training
- Crate training
- Basic obedience cues
- Greeting visitors
- Walking on leash
- How to properly socialize your new puppy
- How to train a puppy that can be calm and settle in any situation
We'd love to chat with you to ensure this program is right for you and your dog. Please Contact Us before purchasing.
The Fine Print
By clicking Buy Now you agree to purchase the Level Up Pup! Private Coaching Program, agree to be added to Keystone Dog Training's online student forum, and agree to the contract agreement at https://www.keystonetraining.ca/agreement.
Program fees are non-refundable. Keystone Dog Training and Sheena Neil make no guarantees as to your progress within the program, as success is based on many factors outside of their control.