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Board + Train


We are happy to announce that Board + Train program is now revamped to provide more options for owners with different needs and budget.

Feel free to drop us an email to enquire further:
Amberwonderland@gmail.com


Foundation
Duration: 2 Weeks

Have a dog that loves pulling during walks and does not understand anything you say? Our 2 Weeks Foundation Training Program is perfect for dogs that needs basic foundation, it will be very beneficial to have a strong head start with an experienced trainer before proceeding to more advanced lessons.

This program also includes 3 x 1.5 hour private training session at your place, we will cover on maintaining your dog's foundation as well as tips to bring training to the next level, basic dog communication skills will also be covered.

Please note that this course do not focus on behavior modification, eg. separation anxiety, aggression, reactivity. Housebreaking should also fall under 4 weeks Intensive Training program.

Include:
 Basic "Sit" Command
 Basic "Down" Command
 Walking on a leash with less excessive pulling, sniffing or barking
 Wait for food
 Reduce jumping
 Reduce nipping
 3 x Private one-to-one lesson
 Evaluation

Once the course is completed, you will be able to opt for continuos Private lessons and/or extend your dog's stay (depending on availability).




Intensive Training
Duration: 4 Weeks

Suitable for dogs that have mild to moderate behavioural problems like aggression, fear, barking, play bite and pulling during walks. Our 4 Weeks Behaviour Alteration Program is suitable for dogs that needs close supervision and corrections as required. This program focuses on leadership and remove unnecessary behaviour that may pose danger or discomfort to people and other animals.

This program also includes 4 x 1.5 hour Private Training sessions at your place, we will cover on dog handling skills, maintaining your dog's foundation, commands, basic dog communication skills and body language reading. The last session will be a Review + Polish class.

Things covered:
 Housebreaking (min 50% and up to 80% depending on the learning ability and age of your dog)
 "Sit" Command (Sit with mild distraction)
 "Down" Command (Down with mild distraction)
 Basic "Wait" Command
 Walking on a leash without excessive pulling, sniffing or barking
 Wait for food
 Reduce jumping
 Reduce nipping
 Reduce anxiety
 Reduce barking
 Reduce aggression
 4 x Private one-to-one lesson
 Evaluation
 Free 30 minute consultation upon collection

Once the course is completed, you will be able to opt for continuos Private lessons and/or extend your dog's stay (depending on availability).




Rehabilitation
Duration: 8 Weeks

Suitable for dogs that has moderate to severe behavioural problems like aggression, fear, barking, play bite and pulling during walks, Housebreaking will also fall in this category. Our 8 Weeks Rehabilitation Program is suitable for dogs that needs close supervision and corrections as required. This program focuses on leadership and remove unnecessary behaviour that may pose danger, irriatation or discomfort to people and other animals.

This program also includes 4 x 1.5 hour Private Training sessions at your place, we will cover on your dog handling skills, maintaining your dog's foundation, commands, Basic + Advance dog communication skills and body language reading. The last session will be a Review + Polish class.

Things covered:
 Housebreaking (min 70% and up to 90% depending on the learning ability and age of your dog)
 "Sit" Command (Sit with distraction)
 "Down" Command (Down with distraction)
 "Wait" Command (Wait with distraction)
 "Recall" Command
 Walking on a leash without excessive pulling, sniffing or barking
 Wait for food
 Jumping
 Nipping
 Reduce anxiety
 Barking
 Aggression
 4 x Private one-to-one lesson
 Evaluation
 Free 30 minute consultation upon collection

Once the course is completed, you will be able to opt for continuos Private lessons and/or extend your dog's stay (depending on availability).


Please drop us an email for more information.
Amberwonderland@gmail.com


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  1. interested to attend training, please send pm me at insta : xiuqqin

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  2. Am keen on Behaviour Alteration training,wld like to enquire to how is the fee like? Do my dog need to do any examine b4 taking this training? Thanks!!!

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    1. Hi tirimisu, please feel free to email us more information about your dog to discuss further :)


      Amberwonderland@gmail.com

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