Puppy Boot Camp
When and What We Learn
- Each additional Week: $650
- Each additional Day: $106
What You Need to Know
Our puppy boot camp is a great way to get your puppy off to a strong start.
It can not only provide help with training, but it is great if you are not able to take your puppy home right away.
Our team will take excellent care of your puppy while following our training and socialization program directed by our professional trainer. Your pup will build confidence as they socialize and interact with other doodles, along with receiving private daily training lessons.
Please take notice that:
- The only eligible students are puppies that have gone through the USDoodles Selection Process but have not yet gone home.
- USDoodles will keep Parvo/Distemper/Kennel Cough vaccines up to date.
- Weekly updates and photos will be sent.
- No visits will be allowed.
*The longer your puppy stays, the more we are able to accomplish with training.
About our Trainer:
Carrie Seay, MS-CABAC & CBCC-KA
Carrie has always had a passion for working with animals. Her first job was at a veterinary hospital where she worked her way up from a kennel assistant to a vet technician. She worked various animal related jobs as she worked her way through college earning a Bachelors Degree in Biology. After college, she moved into a sales role for veterinary and pharmaceutical supplies, and had the opportunity to further her education where she then earned her Master’s Degree in Companion Animal Behavior Analysis and Counseling (MS-CABAC). She has become a Certified Behavior Consultant (CBCC-KA), Fear Free Certified Professional – level 2, and has earned a Low Stress Handling – Silver Certificate. Carrie follows Pet Dog Ambassador training principles and techniques which promotes positive reinforcement and no shock, no pain, no choke, no fear, no physical force, ever. Carrie’s true passion is educating owners about animal behavior and the importance of proper socialization. Using force-free, scientifically optimized methods, Carrie is able to help owners work through behavioral issues using low stress handling techniques, and methods to help reduce stress in all situations for pets.
Applying for Puppy Boot Camp
Location: USDoodles (Central Phoenix)
Exposure: This week we introduced her to some basic commands: sit, come, watch me, down, and touch. Name recognition is also something we started to work on with her. Kennel training has been introduced and she has been getting better with the kennel each day.
Homework: We will further strengthen and review all of the commands we taught her this week and make sure they are solid before we introduce next week’s content.
Exposure: This week we introduced her to some basic commands: sit, come, watch me, down, and touch. Name recognition is also something we started to work on with her. Kennel training has been introduced and is something we need to continue to work on because she does not enjoy being in her kennel.
Homework: We will continue to strengthen all of the commands she learned this week. We will focus mostly on “Down” since that is one she has been struggling with the past couple days. We will also continue working on kennel training with her and making it a more positive and comfortable experience.