Doggy Be Good
Hired 12 times
1 year in business
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This pro indicated that they reviewed CDC safety guidelines for COVID-19 and pledged to do the following:
Wear masks during the job
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- Richard N.
Eric did a wonderful job on the evaluation of our dog for training and behavior modification. We were very impressed with his knowledge of pertinent training techniques and dog behavioral issue. He was friendly, courteous and our dog interacted with him very well. We will be working with him on a weekly basis and are excited to see positive results.Feb 27, 2021Verified
- Michaela X.
We are excited to work with our dog trainer, and establish positive boundaries/behavior for our 20 months old German shepherd.Oct 3, 2020Verified
- Patty R.
Eric has been an excellent resource/teacher in working with behaviors and training with my dog.Nov 24, 2020Verified
- Vince W.
Eric is awesome! We’ve hired him for ongoing training of our two Rottweilers.Feb 14, 2021Verified
- James S.
Eric has been a great resource training my dog Hamilton (and me)! Hamilton is ~7 years old and has never had formal training. He has developed some bad habits with pulling on the leash when walking especially with distractions. After 4-5 sessions working with Eric, I feel more comfortable with the commands and how to continue to work with Hamilton to follow my lead while walking. Hamilton has come a long way and follows commands significantly better than when we started. He's still a bit stubborn, which I look forward to continuing to see progress and work through with Eric's help.Sep 23, 2020
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?The first lesson is a free evaluation, each lesson after that is $150 per lesson, lasting up to one hour depending on the attention span of the dog and/or weather conditions. In most circumstances I recommend weekly lessons, so that progress can be accurately measured and any backslide quickly addressed.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?The initial meeting will be a free evaluation lesson, at which point I will get to know you and the dog, establish your training goals, and formulate a plan to fit your needs.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Just 20+ years of professional experience.