Three Training Solutions to Help You and Your Dog

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Did you recently adopt a doggo? Good news: You don’t have to train your pups in vain! In-home, boarding, and virtual help is available for coaching dogs and owners alike.

Bullet Proof Dog Training

Offers a variety of training options to “turn good dogs into great ones,” with beginner lessons for owner and pet held one hour a week for four weeks, and advanced lessons held over seven weeks. A popular option is the 15-day board-and-train package with a professional dog trainer focusing on manners and socialization skills ($2,500). In-home and therapy dog training are also available.
4526 Weiner Lane, Mt. Carmel, (513) 506-2843, bulletproofdogtraining.com

Harper

This digital dog-training studio was created by three Cincinnati friends to provide structured content on your cell phone or tablet to build good habits for both owner and dog. A library of fast, energetic training games provides step-by-step instructions for crate training, learning new tricks, general socialization, and problem behavior modification. Subscriptions are $9.99 per month, with a 90-day free trial.
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Paws Look Listen

Dog training is done one-on-one at your home while you’re at work, at school, or watching TV, with a special focus on large breeds that often don’t know their own strength or whose misbehaving causes big problems. Their Dog & Baby training helps families and dogs prepare for the new arrival and create bonds between baby and pet through the early years. General training rates start at $135 per hour, and there’s a $200 fee for the initial consultation.
(513) 497-8847, pawslooklisten.com

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