Private Training & Coaching Sessions



No need to fight traffic.

We'll come to you. People love the convenience of our customized, private training sessions. We tailor each private training and coaching session to meet the needs of you, your dog, and your family.

And to be sure we hit the mark with each session, we review your overall training goals and the progress you've made since our last session before adding on any new concepts. Your success is our success, and we thrive on it.


Private Training/Coaching Pricing

We have several purchase options to fit your needs. Lessons can be purchased singly or in a package for discounts. We accept credit, debit and cash payments only. No personal checks. 

Single Lessons @ $125
Package of 4 Lessons @ $450
Package of 7 Lessons @ $770 (on sale now for fall @ $735) 
Package of 10 Lessons @ $1050

PUPPY PACKAGE SPECIAL: This is a special offer for dogs 6 months or younger. The package includes 5.5 hours of pre-determined training for $550 and focuses on potty training, crate training plus the important basic cues: sit, down, wait, trade, place, drop it, leave it, go find, no jumping, kennel up, and beginning loose leash walking.

PrivateTraining/Coaching Sessions 

Private training sessions are 1:1 coaching sessions where we teach dog and owner. They are one hour each and conducted in your home. Please call or email the trainer who covers your area if you are interested in purchasing these highly educational, effective sessions:

Private Training Areas of Service

Alpharetta, Johns Creek, South Forsyth, Roswell, Milton, and Cumming:
April Galindo: AGalindo@pawsitivepractice.com or call 678-499-3201

Cobb, Cherokee, Paulding, and *Bartow (Emerson, Cartersville):
Tyler Baker: TBaker@pawsitivepractice.com or call 678-644-4395
Lisa Matthews: LMatthews@pawsitivepractice.com or call 404-831-9868

Gwinnett
Amy Szabo: ASzabo@pawsitivepractice.com or call 678-672-8972
Madeline Snyder: MSnyder@pawsitivepractice.com or call 678-920-0084

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