WHAT training METHODS DO WE OFFER

Resident Camp Training

Send your dog to camp, where we will take care of all the training for you. After camp is complete, you will need to follow up with us, privately as well as in class, where you will learn to work as a team with your newly educated dog. Read more

Group Classes

We offer group classes in obedience, agility or protection. Basic to advanced) Students and dogs learn with others under supervision of instructors. Group classes are great for minor training issues. Read more

Private Lessons

Train one-on-one in the comfort of your own home or at our facility. Weekend/evening lessons available. Lessons can be customized to your needs (and schedule) and are great for those dogs or situations needing personal attention. Read more

Puppy Training

Our puppy training is the best in the Valley! We combine food-reward with positive conditioning to create a happy, cute well-trained family member. (Private or group) We even include a Puppy Manual and tools for a successful start!. Read more

COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Choosing a dog trainer?

Choosing your trainer is important, so please take your time and do your homework.

Here are some questions you should ask!

Which Class Format is Best?

Partners offers three ways to train your dog.

You can attend send your dog to Resident Camp; you can bring your dog to Group Classes or you can train Privately with an instructor. Each has its pros and cons, and no system does it all.

Why Training is a Necessity?

Training your dog does a number of things. First, it teaches you what behavior is, and why dogs do what they do. Second, it teaches your dog what is acceptable behavior, and the consequences of stepping out of line. And finally, it teaches you both how to find common ground and establish a foundation that allows us to live together.

What's the Best Age for Training?

Firstly, this is not as important as many believe. While we prefer you start training with us about six months of age, the truth is "you can teach an old dog new tricks". Some trainers will start working with a puppy at 8 weeks of age, but clearly you need to know what you are doing then.

How do we Contact You?

You can call us at 480 595 6700, or you can come by for a visit.

You can also email us, but remember we need to see your dog before we can give training advice.

Resident Camp dogs can start as soon as you are ready. We start new classes every month, and private lessons can be scheduled within a few days.