Dog Training Oklahoma City Faqs

Q. Where do you train?

Training is conducted at our 7500 sq. ft. facility located at 3724 E. 2nd Street, Suite A in Edmond, Oklahoma.

Q. What is an e-collar?

Modern day e-collars use the same technology that you’ll find in tens machines that are used in physical therapy or chiropractic offices. Our training methods use low level stimulation which mimics that of a “tap on the shoulder” for dogs, and our results speak for themselves. Our ultimate goal is for your dog to be flawlessly obedient without stimulation from the collar, with distractions, and we work with you and your dog to make that possible. The collar ends up being like an invisible leash.

Q. Will an e-collar hurt my dog or affect their personality?

The short version? No, the e-collar will not hurt your dog. Please check out the link to our blog and read up for more info on the e-collar:

Q. What sets your training apart from the rest?

1.      An off leash future for your dog with more freedom to enjoy life. Our goal is for every dog to know what it’s like to have the freedom of being a dog. We want every owner to experience the confidence, joy, and pride of having a dog that is reliable, and consistently well behaved under any level of distraction. training durham nc      Hope for EVERY dog… ANY BREED, ANY AGE, and ANY SIZE. We don’t discriminate and … German Shepherds, Dobermans, and Pitbulls are a few of our favorite breeds. Have an aggressive dog that no one else could help you with? Have a shy dog that bites out of fear? Have a reactive dog that can’t walk down a street by another dog without going crazy? Have a hyperactive dog that can’t seem to focus on anything? Been kicked out of other obedience classes? Been told your dog is not trainable? Well, we can help! THAT is the difference. We are the last trainers you will need. Dogs are never too old, fat, slow, or hyper to learn using our methods. Aggressive and dogs with confidence issues are our specialty. Call us! We CAN help.

Q. Do you offer group classes?

No, we do not and we never will. I have never seen a dog impress me with obedience that came from a group class. You are paying for my undivided attention… not for 10 minutes of my time while I spend the 50 minutes working with 9 other people in a class. One on one attention is one of the reasons we are able to accomplish so much in just a few short weeks.