Programs

SOUTH ATLANTA DOG WIZARD DOG TRAINING PROGRAMS:

Freedom Program

  • Lessons are done at your home
  • Several lessons will be at high distracting areas like a park
  • Reaches full off leash reliability with your dog
  • Teach obedience commands: Heel, Come, Sit, Down, and Place
  • Tests big distractions to make sure reliable
  • Includes unlimited lessons until we reach our goals

Home-Front Program

  • Your dog will stay with us for 14 days
  • During the day, your dog will practice all the obedience commands
  • At night, your dog will be the trainer’s home
  • Reaches full off leash reliability
  • Teach obedience commands: Heel, Come, Sit, Down, and Place
  • Will learn and proof commands in low distractions first
  • Will practice and proof commands at parks
  • Will practice and proof commands at shopping centers
  • Will get to socialize and play with other dogs
  • Photos and videos of your dog will be posted demonstrating progress via Facebook
  • Includes unlimited follow up lessons for the life of your dog

SOCIAL REHABILITATION

  • Designed for dogs who are very nervous around other dogs
  • This is not designed for dogs that have resulted to aggression to solve their social issues
  • Dog will stay at our care for as many days as necessary to build their confidence with other dogs

AGGRESSIVE DOG REHABILITATION

  • Must be done in our care
  • Each rehab dog will determine the schedule for rehabs
  • Will refresh social skills
  • Teach obedience commands: Heel, Come, Sit, Down, and Place
  • Each rehab dog training procedure is tailored to that dog

Puppy Pre-School

  • Your first class is free
  • Classes are unlimited until your puppy is six months of age
  • No sign-up required

For more information on all our programs, please contact us today.

The life of your dog is guaranteed. This means that we guarantee to be there for you and your dog even after your formal training to speak to you over phone, text, or email and even meet in person with you as needed for the life of your dog.
As mentioned before, each dog has different needs and so it is impossible to specify one formula for how much and what type of training is needed for each individual dog.