This half-hour appointment is all about getting to know each other! We’ll discuss your wants and dreams for your pup as well as make recommendations on what type of training program will best suit you and your K9 kid.
Do I really need a meet and greet appointment?
If you are interested in any of our residency programs or day training programs, a meet and greet IS required. A meet and greet is NOT required before making a daycare/boarding appointment or signing up for basic obedience. Also, there is no training in a meet and greet, so if you’re wanting immediate help in fixing unwanted behavior(s), we recommend scheduling a private lesson.
How do I set up a meet and greet appointment?
Create a profile for both yourself and your dog, then call or email to set up a time.
On the day of your appointment, bring your dog with you to Stay & Obey’s facility, where we will discuss your wants and dreams as well as which behaviors require some modification. This will give us a chance to assess your dog’s temperament and personality, while it will provide you with the opportunity to talk with us and decide if we are the right trainers for you and your dog. Once everyone is on the same page, we will then recommend which training program would work best for you and your pup. Contact us here or call 269-465-OBEY (6239) to schedule an appointment AFTER creating an account/profile.
The cost of the Meet & Greet is $25.00.
A full, non-refundable, non-transferable prepayment will be required when you book this appointment.
What type of training is best for you and your dog?
We offer a wide variety of training options depending on both your wants and dreams as well as your pup’s personality and temperament. Give us a call and we can help decide what is best for you and your dog.
In order for any of our training programs to be successful, it is imperative for owner(s) to be consistent in changing patterns and behaviors at home as instructed by your trainer. Your willingness to incorporate the obedience commands into everyday life is crucial for success. The time and energy that you invest will determine how much you and your dog are able to accomplish.