Training for Your Dog

In addition to selling fully trained protection dogs, we offer’training for your dog in Off-Leash Obedience and Personal Protection.

What Can You Expect from Our Training?

We teach basic commands that are necessary functions for your dog’s safety and the well-being of people and other animals. Commands are important at all times for a variety of reasons. If your dog is well trained, you have the control and that is important if you are a responsible dog owner. A well trained dog is also able to communicate and function in your home and around others. Training is about function, control and prevention.

Paladin Executive Protection Dogs

Consider the following: A well-trained dog always responds to a command ? not just some of the time or part of the time. Why is this important?

  • It is impossible for your dog to?SIT and jump on a person at the same time.
  • If your dog is trained to?SIT and STAY, it can not run out the door into traffic.
  • When your dog that obeys the HEEL command, the dog will not pull you down the street.
  • As?your dogs’responds to the DOWN and STAY commands, you can enjoy being in the same room with your dog without?interfering with your mealtime or guests.
  • A dog that COMES WHEN CALLED will not have’to be chased.

A well-trained dog is not a destructive dog. Destruction is expensive! PLEASE do not hit or yell at your dog. Even if you are frustrated because of your dog’s behavior. Here’s why?

Verbal and physical abuse can never be a part of the relationship between you and your dog. Abuse destroys love and trust in dogs as well as people. How is a dog going to learn if he is afraid of your hands, your feet or your voice? Why should a dog ?Come? to you if he is frightened? Yes, yelling will scare him. Your dog’s hearing is five-times better than yours. If you are yelling at him and he cowers, it’s not guilt. He is afraid of the sound.

We teach you and your dog six basic commands that will help ease your frustration and help your dog better understand you. Commands taught include:

  • Sit
  • Stay
  • Down
  • Come
  • Heel
  • ?Place?*

* The Place command teaches your dog to go to and stay at a pre-determined ?place? within the house. This command is very useful when entertaining or when delivery people are at your door.

Environmental Issues such as Housebreaking, Barking, Unwanted Jumping, and Climbing on Furniture are also covered. All training is covered for the life of your dog. Should the dog regress, we will conduct remedial training in our kennel at no cost to you!

Request More Information about Training Your Dog

Thank you for investing the time to complete this questionnaire.

Please complete the questionnaire to help us determine your training needs.



    Contact Information



    Street Address


    Address Line 2


    City and State / Province / Region







    Phone (secondary)



    Your Dog's Information

    Every pet is unique. In order to understand your pet please share with us as much information about him or her as possible.

    Dog's Name


    Dog's Breed





    Spayed / Neutered?





    How long have you owned the dog?



    Please rate the following concerning your pet's behavior.


    Pulls on the Leash


    Jumps on People


    Jumps on Furniture


    Barks when Home Alone


    Barks at Appropriate Times, but Does Not Stop


    Barks at Inappropriate Times, but Does Not Stop on Command


    Aggressive Towards Other Dogs


    Does Your Dog Chase Cats or Other Small Animals


    Aggressive Towards Cats or Other Small Animals


    Aggressive Towards Strangers


    Aggressive Towards Other Guests


    Aggressive Towards Family Members


    Chews Furniture (tables, chairs, rugs, etc...)


    Chews Objects (shoes, socks, magazines, etc...)


    Housebreaking Issues


    Separation Anxiety



    Please rate the following concerning your dog's performance.


    Heels (walks on the left side with a slack leash, sits automatically)


    Heels (first time, regardless of environment)


    Sits on Command


    Sits on Command (first time, regardless of environment)


    Downs on Command


    Downs on Command (first time, regardless of environment)


    Stays on Command


    Stays on Command (first time, regardless of environment)


    Comes on Command


    Comes on Command (first time, regardless of environment)


    Describe your dog's personality:


    Describe what changes you would like to see made to your dog's behavior or performance:


    Please describe any prior formal training (group class, semi-private class, private class, in-kennel or boot camp). Also, please describe any results realized as a result of the training:


    Please describe any ways in which you think you may be contributing to your dog's behavioral:


    Please describe any other factors which may be contributing to your dog's behavioral issues or performance:


    Protection Training

    Please share with us information on your dog's prior protection training.


    Are you interested in your dog being trained in protection?



    Has your dog received training prior to enrolling in our training program?



    If your dog has been trained elsewhere please provide us detail about their training history:



    What Is Your Time Frame For Enrolling Your Dog?
    (We are happy to answer questions regardless of your time frame for enrollment.)


    How did you hear about us?

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    (If so, we would appreciate their name so we may have the opportunity to thank them.)



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