Video Chat Pet Training Consultations

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Pet owners outside of Beyond the Dog’s three major service areas should consider Video Chat Pet Training.
Behaviors Typically Covered
  • House soiling
  • Socialization
  • Inappropriate squawking
  • Inappropriate chewing
Frequency of Training
The frequency of sessions is dependent on the pet’s behaviors, but they typically occur every week or biweekly.
What to Expect
A trainer will review the behaviors of your pet in the past and present. The trainer will interview you in order to understand your pet’s past behavior. Afterward, they will develop a training protocol for you to follow. Finally, your trainer will teach you the process of completing the protocol.
The cost is $140 per session.

Non-traditional pets such as pigs, birds, rabbits, and ferrets do not have a plethora of training options in the United States. These services can be especially hard to come by in a rural or smaller metropolitan area.

The first session will involve the trainer assessing your pet’s past and current behavior. The trainer will interview you in order to determine what might be causing the issue. Trainers may also observe your pet to get a better understanding of their behavior. Then, the trainer will develop a training plan for your pet. The plan is to be followed in order to treat the behaviors your pet is displaying. The trainer will ensure you understand it, and it fits your lifestyle.

During the following sessions, you are able to ask questions regarding your pet’s progress. The professional pet trainer will be happy to address any questions or concerns you may have. In addition, owners can contact trainers via phone or email at no additional cost.

Treat your pet’s problem behaviors or aggression with Beyond the Dog’s Video Chat Pet Training.

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