Private Lessons

So you want to learn how to communicate with your dog? You've come to the right place.

Our Shine programs consist of 9, 7 or 5 one-on-one sessions that focus on obedience, leadership, and any behavioral issues unique to your pup. We will cover anything from potty-training to severe reactivity, cat-chasers to biters. 

We offer travel consultations and travel lessons in order to evaluate your dog in their home setting. Or come to our headquarters to take advantage of learning in a setting with unique training and distraction opportunities.

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Shine in Five, Seven and Nine

Monthly payment plans Available!
10% Discount for First Responders and Current or Former Military.

9 Private Lessons

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(E-collar, Prong, and Longline Included)

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7 Private Lessons

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(Prong, and Longline Included)

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5 Private Lessons

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One-on-One Basic Obedience course

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Loose-Leash Walking

"We came to Tri Canine Campus due to aggression issues in my extremely fearful rescue dog. I was immediately impressed with the staff. They were kind and understanding of our situation. Auggie did the 3-week board and train program. It broke my heart to leave my terrified pup there, but on day 2, I was already receiving text pictures of him cautiously taking treats from the staff. And then a few days later, I get another pic of my mistrustful boy snuggling with a staff member! I was in shock!! I was able to visit during his stay to see his progress. I could see him becoming more confident and less fearful. And, most important to me, I could see that he was being loved. Auggie is home now and I have so much more control and am better equipped to handle the situations that we come upon. He is better mannered too! He walks like a show dog and that's not even what I took him there for!!! I would recommend Tri Canine Campus to anyone and everyone, whether your issues are small training issues or big serious issues."

"We came to Tri Canine Campus due to aggression issues in my extremely fearful rescue dog. I was immediately impressed with the staff. They were kind and understanding of our situation. Auggie did the 3-week board and train program. It broke my heart to leave my terrified pup there, but on day 2, I was already receiving text pictures of him cautiously taking treats from the staff. And then a few days later, I get another pic of my mistrustful boy snuggling with a staff member! I was in shock!! I was able to visit during his stay to see his progress. I could see him becoming more confident and less fearful. And, most important to me, I could see that he was being loved. Auggie is home now and I have so much more control and am better equipped to handle the situations that we come upon. He is better mannered too! He walks like a show dog and that's not even what I took him there for!!! I would recommend Tri Canine Campus to anyone and everyone, whether your issues are small training issues or big serious issues."

 

Shine in 9

Our Shine in Nine lessons program is for the person that has the time to work at home with their pup.  The program relies heavily on the fact that you, the owner, will go home with the information learned in your lesson, practice it consistently and come to the next week’s lesson ready to build on the knowledge learned in the previous lesson.

 

The first lesson is set up that you learn the tools that you will be working with to help teach your pup. Leadership skills and tips on how to become a better trainer will be slowly introduced. This lesson teaches our first commands and elaborates on proper leash handling skills.

 

The second lesson continues by reviewing the previous week’s material then moves onto how you communicate to your pup that you are in control. You will learn how to instill proper habits into your pup, motivate that fuzzy friend and then continue to the more difficult commands.

 

This third week starts by looking at the previous two weeks progress, fine tuning those items that might not yet be correctly executed. E-collar introduction is next. At this time, the commands for Recall and Place will have a lot of emphasis put on them, as these two go hand in hand with impulse control.

 

The next lessons, number 4 and 5, starts to pull all of the commands learned to this point together. Impulse control is again emphasized and distractions are introduced. Off-leash walking will be introduced.

 

Week 6-7: By this time your pup should be very familiar with all of the commands and react positively
to them. With that confidence, both the owner and dog will now be confronted with major distraction
situations. The training will be taken into an environment where multiple dogs and handlers are present
and everyday conditions, to include not so normal encounters, are generated. Over stimulation of these
situations is designed to provoke the pup into reactivity. The objective here is to one, teach the owner
to properly handle these situations and two, desensitize the pup to these settings. Repetition is key in
making improvements with both owners and dogs.

 

Week 8 and 9 are travel lessons, to your home or off-site (Basspro, Home-Depot etc.)


(the reactivity class may be continued, at no cost, for the life time of those dogs which have participated
in the Shine in Seven n or Shine in 9 programs.

 

Shine in 7

Our Shine in Seven lessons program is for the person that has the time to work at home with their pup.  The program relies heavily on the fact that you, the owner, will go home with the information learned in your lesson, practice it consistently and come to the next week’s lesson ready to build on the knowledge learned in the previous lesson.

 

The first lesson is set up that you learn the tools that you will be working with to help teach your pup. Leadership skills and tips on how to become a better trainer will be slowly introduced. This lesson teaches our first commands and elaborates on proper leash handling skills.

 

The second lesson continues by reviewing the previous week’s material then moves onto how you communicate to your pup that you are in control. You will learn how to instill proper habits into your pup, motivate that fuzzy friend and then continue to the more difficult commands.

 

This third week starts by looking at the previous two weeks progress, fine tuning those items that might not yet be correctly executed. At this time, the commands for Recall and Place will have a lot of emphasis put on them, as these two go hand in hand with impulse control.

 

The next lesson, number 4, starts to pull all of the commands learned to this point together. Impulse control is again emphasized and distractions are introduced. Off-leash walking will be introduced.

 

Week 5-6: By this time your pup should be very familiar with all of the commands and react positively
to them. With that confidence, both the owner and dog will now be confronted with major distraction
situations. The training will be taken into an environment where multiple dogs and handlers are present
and everyday conditions, to include not so normal encounters, are generated. Over stimulation of these
situations is designed to provoke the pup into reactivity. The objective here is to one, teach the owner
to properly handle these situations and two, desensitize the pup to these settings. Repetition is key in
making improvements with both owners and dogs.

 

Week 7 is a travel lesson to your home or off-site (Bass Pro, Home-Depot etc.)


(the reactivity class may be continued, at no cost for the life time of those dogs which have participated
in the Shine in Seven or Shine in 9 programs)

 

Shine in 5

Is for the non-reactive dog and designed to teach the handler the basic dog training skills. Includes basic obedience commands with emphasis on focus and impulse control.