Aerie Posted March 19, 2004 Report Share Posted March 19, 2004 After searching for (seeming) endless hours, I have finally found an obedience trainer in my area. He comes highly recommended by two local dog clubs, and seemed fairly nice and competent when I spoke with him on the telephone. I had been taking Combat to free puppy classes on Post, but the classes are few and far between and I really think he'd (as well as myself) would benefit from consistency. This trainer's Basic Obedience program is 8 weeks in length with one 40 minute private lesson per week. He mentioned that he teaches heel, sit, automatic sit, sit-stay, down, down-stay, stand, stand-stay, as well as a few other things. He also mentioned he could correct the 'chewing' problem as well as a few other things. All of this for $98. My question is...is one 40 minute lesson a month enough? Is all of this stuff able to be taught in that amount of time? All in all...is this a good deal, or a bad one? Combat's a relatively quick study, but I don't want to stress him with too much too fast. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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