You asked, we answered! Our new exciting option to help you achieve your training goals in 2012 and beyond.
Whether you have a busy work schedule, are expecting parents preparing for the new addition, are anxious to put
your new dog on the training fast track or simply want to provide your dog with as much mental and physical stimulation as possible, + dog has an exciting new way to help you give your dog the education and
opportunities he deserves
Now he CAN have it all…with
+ dog's all-inclusive monthly package!
As we kick off the Summer season, we're making it as easy as apple pie for dog owners, like you, to utilize all
that the pawsitive dog has to offer — each and every one of our training services—as often as you want— for one low tuition rate.
day school, class,
study hall, audits and overnight camp
Here's how it works …
Schedule your free pre-enrollment consultation today to develop your unique start up strategy. As much as you
want, whenever you want it. No blackout dates, no wait list – all-inclusive students are our first priority!
Your program, your choice … let us meet your needs by customizing your training experience each month. The
opportunities are endless – Here are some examples of how you could optimize our all-inclusive unlimited option:
Maybe you need … 15 days of day school, 3 classes, 1 study hall and 3 nights of camp.
Or how about … 8 days of school, 2 classes, 1 study hall, 9 nights of camp.
Or if you'd rather … 4 days of school, 2 classes, 2 study halls, 14 nights of camp.
Why would we do this?
We love well-trained dogs and want to help you achieve your goals. Really, we want you to take advantage of us
! Nothing makes us happier than seeing happy dogs, happy owners and successful lifelong partnerships.
No matter how you look at it, it's a win-win for you and your dog. Give your dog the best gift ever – your
commitment, a total pawsitive dog experience and a priceless education that will last for years to come. After all,
in 15 years and over 10,000 dog-owner teams, we've never heard anyone complain that they've over-prepared or over-trained their dog.