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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is Virtual Dog Training?
    Virtual dog training is exactly what it sounds like: it is similar to traditional, in-person training. The only difference is that instead of the dog trainer training your dog in person, they will show you how to teach your dog new commands via video call. Virtual dog training is a great way for dogs to learn new skills and obedient behavior while staying in their comfort zones. This way, you don't have to worry about your dog being stressed out by new environments or situations.
  • What Tools Will I Need?
    Once you enroll in a program, K9 Elite Co will order your training tools, which will be delivered directly to your home. This makes it easier for many owners who appreciate not having to worry about what to buy for training.
  • What Do I Need To Have For The Lessons?
    Perk to enrolling in a program is all the tools you will need for your lesson will be delivered directly to you.
  • What Type of Training Methods Do You Use?
    K9 Elite Co uses positive reinforcement training we have found to be the most successful. Positive reinforcement training essentially focuses on rewarding your pet for good behavior, rather than punishing bad behavior.
  • What Topics Can Be Covered in Virtual Training?
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  • What Do I Need To Do Prior To Class?
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  • If I Miss a Class Can I Make It Up?
    The perk to enrolling in a program if you have to miss a lesson we will reschedule your appointment within 5 business days.
  • Can My Family Be A Part of The Training?
    It is highly recommended that every member of the family participates in training the family dog. When the entire household follows the training together, the results are usually more successful. Interestingly, children can sometimes turn out to be the best trainers and they can work wonders in training the family dog. At K9 Elite Co, we provide age-appropriate lessons for kids, which make the training fun for them and the dog. By having the whole family involved in the training process, it helps to build a strong bond between the dog and the family members.
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