We Are THE Home of Commitment-Based Dog Training!
At Sally Said So we focus on more than your typical dog obedience training, group classes and simple commands. Our professional dog trainers teach lifestyle training programs that are designed around your life, activity level and schedule. Our clients say that Sally Said So offers top of the line dog training services because of the program’s attention to detail and personal touch.
You may have done an online search for “dog trainer near me” or “puppy trainer near me” etc. … and you have found the right place! Sally Said So provides dog training programs fully customized to the needs of the dog and the owner.
You can be rest assured that we have the most experienced dog trainers.
We will gladly convene for a consultation where go over any issues you may be dealing with while also evaluating your dog and determining the next steps as far as training methods and routine.
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Sally Said So RESCUE RESOURCE
100 percent of donations will be donated to a dog rescue every month. Results each month will be posted to our social media.
Obedience Instructors: We Can Help!
Dog Aggression Training
AKC Canine Good Citizen Certification
The purpose of the Canine Good Citizen Program is to ensure that our favorite companion, the dog, can be a respected member of the community because it has been trained to be well behaved.
Our puppy training program is designed with dog behavior in mind. We understand that these puppy months are critical in your dog’s long-term behavioral development.
Dog Anxiety Training
The Best Dog Trainers Raleigh Has To Offer
Shane Gentry – Owner of Sally Said So Dog Training
We offer a variety of professional dog training services, including:
- Puppy Training
- Dog Anxiety Training
- Dog Aggression Training
- AKC Canine Good Citizen
- Group Dog Training
- Private In-Home Training
- Behavior Modification Training
- Expecting Mothers Canine Preparation
- Pet First-Aid Classes
- And More!
Sally Said So Professional Dog Training is Fully Certified.
Learn how to train your new puppy with some professional advice!
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DOG TRAINING BOOTCAMP
Our technique is simple and gets the job done. We actually come into your home and set up your place to be successful. Every week we come with packets to follow so there is no question as to what you should be doing. We make sure your pup is set up for success. During the training, we teach everything from different areas of the house so they will be trusted. We make them earn their freedom back. It sounds strict, but honestly, the dogs love it, they get lots of love attention, training and treats. They also get exercise and a routine which takes anxiety down and happiness up. When dogs know exactly what you want of them, your home is a lot happier and the dog is comfortable in their own skin, leaving the “bad” behaviors in the past.
Different Kinds of Dog Training
If you have a new pup, Sally Said So puppy classes are the ultimate way to socialize your puppy to other dogs and people in a safe and controlled environment. Our classes teach you how to raise a confident, joyful dog with a focus on fear prevention. These classes are great fun for you and your pup!
Here are some different kinds of dog training programs that are available.
Behavioral training is any type of training that teaches dogs how to behave correctly around people and other animals. This type of training is ideal for aggressive dog behavior. Although it won’t be cured in one day, there are loads of steps you can take to ward off the aggressive behavior and keep your dog calm. It may include some basic commands, but the end goal is to make them good citizens as dogs. Most of this training may deal with behavioral problems like chewing, excessive barking, jumping on people, biting, or housebreaking. The first step toward eliminating this behavior is to understand what’s causing the dog’s aggressive behavior with dog aggression training. For example, many dogs will growl when someone approaches them while they’re chewing or eating a bone, Others will react aggressively toward strangers or children. This is also a very common type of training that is appropriate for younger pups that are just getting started. It is best to get puppies trained right away, before bad habits are developed.
How to Stop Aggression
Vocational or Service Dog Training
Dogs can learn a wide variety of skills just like humans. There are some dogs that learn how to hunt, heard, assist the disabled, do search and rescue work, or even work with law enforcement. This is the ultimate choice for off leash k9 training. These learned skills are like vocational training for dogs because it means that they will have a career helping people in one way or another. With these programs, dogs learn specific techniques to hone their senses and communicate with humans, but the programs are also tough and time-consuming. Any type of vocational training for dogs would assume that they have a solid foundation in terms of their basic skills. Also, some of these programs are suited for specific breeds as well.
What sets us apart from other obedience trainers?
Here at Sally Said So we help build a strong relationship between dogs and their owners. Our goal is that you will never need another dog trainer after working with us. We make sure that not only the dog is getting trained, but the owner is too! Sally Said So understands the important role that owners play, and we make it a top priority to give our dog owners the knowledge and skills they need to have a well trained, happy dog.
If you have a dog area struggling with behavioral issues or who could benefit from any of our offered programs, give Sally Said So a call today!
We are excited to help bring behavioral balance to your dog’s life – in turn making your life easier.
Sally Said So is also AKC CGC certificated. We can’t wait to hear from you!
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What Our Customers Say!
Puppy Training and why it’s important to start early.
Puppies hardly retain anything at such a young age, but with consistency they will eventually learn. One of the things we have found is that when you limit their freedom, they are more prone to taking on things and learning fast.
It’s important to watch their behaviors and look for any aggression or anxiety before it becomes second nature. All dogs need a leader and at this young age, they yearn for it even if they don’t know it. We do puppy training or puppy preschool. 🙂
This is the stage where they use their teeth to explore, to play and to express dominance. This is also the stage that when things happen, it could stick with them forever. Puppies need to be socialized immediately after they get their vaccines in order to get used to loud noises, other people, other dogs and even cats. If you don’t take this step, life can get pretty hard for you and your pup in the future. Puppies are a lot of responsibility and lot’s needs to be done in the early years. We can help. Call us for a consultation or a schedule of classes.
Sally Said So now covers the following areas in North Carolina: Crystal Coast, Triangle, Triad, Charlotte, Asheville
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