Dog Training Services in the Triad Area

Training your dog isn’t just for agility competitions; training is beneficial for your dogs, as well as for the owners. Especially for apartment dwellers, a trained dog is a lot less stressful. If Fido is jumping on visitors, chewing on things that aren’t its toys or barking for no reason, training can help, and it will reduce your stress levels. Not only will you gain respect from your four-legged friend, but you will also create a unique bond between you and your puppy. While training at home may seem like a no-brainer, professional training is almost a guaranteed way that it will work. If you’re a resident or moving to Winston-Salem, check out these dog training services in the Triad area and surrounding areas.

Darwin K9
You have a few options to choose from at Darwin K9 in Greensboro: group obedience classes, one-on-one dog training, in-home sessions and free evaluations. After meeting with your four-legged best friend, the trainers at Darwin K9 develop a unique training program that is supported with positive and motivational reinforcement. They believe in setting every dog up for success, and they will work with you to get a well-behaved canine in your home.
Location:
Almost Home Boarding and Grooming Kennels, 3115 Highway 150 E., Greensboro, NC 27455

Winston-Salem Dog Training Club
This not-for-profit organization was founded as a member club of the American Kennel Club. It offers four class sessions per year, beginning in January, April, July and October. There are several options to choose from, depending on how old your puppy will be by the time class begins. The puppy class is for puppies eight to 14 weeks old, and the senior puppy class is for puppies who are 15 to 24 weeks old. You and your four-legged companion will learn basic life skills, as well as how to avoid common problems before they start. This is also a great opportunity for Fido to interact and socialize with other people and dogs.
Location: 3800 Bethania Station Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106

Bed and Biscuit
This Greensboro dog daycare and grooming center also serves as a training center. Their focus is on the relationship between an owner and his or her dog, which helps you understand your dog before diving into training your dog. The trainers at Bed and Biscuit develop training tools and techniques that will be most effective for your dog, based on its individual temperament, motivations, ability to trust, acceptance of authority, the home environment and more. Depending on your needs, there are different programs, including classes, seminars, private lessons, behavioral consultations and/or board and training.
Location: Best Friends Bed & Biscuit, 6980 Spencer Dixon Road, Greensboro, NC 27455

Dog-Gone Fun Dog Daycare
Conveniently located near the Triad area, Dog-Gone Fun makes it their priority to show the owner how to communicate with his or her dog in a positive way. The trainers will also help you develop a relationship with your new puppy that will last a lifetime. Dog-Gone Fun offers small personalized classes in a large, climate-controlled indoor training space. If you’re worried about your working schedule, there are classes on weeknights, too. Classes vary depending on what you’re looking to do. There are obedience classes, which teach the basics of sitting, staying, walking politely on a leash and skills for greeting visitors. Another class is for agility training, where dogs can learn on sequencing, weave poles and other obstacles. Most classes last about six weeks.
Location: 203 Berry Garden Road, Kernersville, NC 27284