Professional dog trainers in Corrales come to your home for personalized dog training.
Get In-Home Dog Training with Corrales Dog Trainer
Good Buddy Dog Training provides in-home dog training for dogs of all ages. Grow your bond with your dog with positive training techniques, learn new skills, and how to better communicate with one another.
Dog Training for Puppies in Corrales
If you have a new puppy, it’s the ideal time to start training. Between 10-20 weeks, it’s easiest to nip unwanted behaviors in the bud before they become a problem. And dogs and humans that train together have a greater bond than those that don’t. Good Buddy Dog Training offers an eight-week puppy training course that happens in your own home. Learn essential skills like house training, getting ready to go on a walk, how to prevent nipping, biting, and chewing, and more.
Corrales Training for Adult Dogs
Wanting to see better behaviors from your adult dog? Good Buddy Dog Training provides an eight-week, in-home training program for adult dogs. The program teachers ten skills every dog should be able to do. Dogs learning new behaviors, unlearn old ones, and owners learn to communicate with their pups more effectively.
Advanced Dog Training in Corrales
Advanced adult dog training is the thing you need for a dog that already knows the basics and you’re wanting more. At Good Buddy, our trainers tailor our advanced dog training program to meet your needs. From training in public places like parks and trails to trick training, we’ll tailor the advanced dog training program to meet your needs.
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About Good Buddy Dog Training and Owner, Paul Falardeau CPDT-KA
When Paul began fostering dogs in 2014, it became clear that dogs responded well to him, and he loved working with them. Paul learned under a dog training expert and turned his passion into his full-time gig, becoming a Certified Dog Training Instructor. Paul believes dogs are important members of our families and deserve the best private training, care, housing, and nutrition. And Good Buddy only uses positive dog training methods.
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Frequently Asked Questions
As a Rio Rancho dog trainer, we work with people and their dogs in their homes to teach them the basic skills every dog should know. For each customer, we take our basic skills list and add or take away from that list, based on the customer’s desires. It truly is a customizable experience. We also offer Advanced Dog Training for those pups who have mastered their basic skills.
Only you can determine what is “worth it” or not. We can tell you that it’s only worth what the owner is willing to put into it. Our mission is to help build the bond between dogs and their owners through positive training methods, so owner involvement is crucial. And we can help bring peace to your home and the joy of having a pet that maybe wasn’t there before.
We’re proud to say we have 50+ 5-star reviews on Google, and that’s because we care very much about making sure people have an excellent experience with their training. While there are other people out there you can hire for dog training in the area, we hope our track record speaks for itself.
At Good Buddy Dog Training, we only use positive-based training. We don’t believe in shock collars, prong collars, or other negative behavior correction. We want the training process to be fun for both the dog and its owner.
Because the program outcomes are truly based on the relationship with the owner and the dog, I can’t make any guarantees. I give you all the tools you need to be successful, and it’s up to you to reinforce with practice outside of our times together. I also have great success with almost every dog, but I am not a behaviorist. So, if your dog exhibits aggressive behavior, it’s possible that I would refer you to another specialist.
We Love Corrales, NM
At Good Buddy Dog Training, we love Corrales! Corrales is a beautiful part of the state, known for the Corrales Wine Loop. There are a number of wineries here, and sometimes there are even organized events where you can bike between them. Outdoor lovers can spend time soaking up the sun in the Corrales Bosque Preserve. For those who are curious about New Mexican art, you have to visit Casa San Ysidro—a historic home that’s been preserved and turned into an art museum. And, families and individuals in the area enjoy the Haynes Community Center and Park for everything from a splash in the pool to a round of horseshoes.