I want to take a moment and explain why I offer one-on-one sessions versus a group setting. Have you ever actually went and watched any group training classes? Or have you ever attended a group class? Think about when you were in school. The classroom full of let’s just say 20 students. Out of those 20 students how many were disruptive? How many were constantly needing the teacher’s attention? How much one-on-one time did you really get with the teacher? It’s the same in group training. You have an instructor with 10 people and 10 or more dogs. The dogs that are misbehaving the most are usually getting the most attention or distracting everybody else. In that one hour session how much time did that instructor actually spend with you? 10 minutes, maybe 15 minutes, or was it more like I don’t even remember if I got notice that day. You and your dog deserve one-on-one attention. I believe in quality over quantity. When you decide to train with me and Pawsitive Results Training you and your dog will be getting the one on one time and attention you both deserve.