Board and Trains

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I have devoted tens of thousands of hours to better understanding dogs, competing with dogs and continued education of the most current methods. Kentucky Canine Coach’s board and train system allows your dog to spend time as the trainer’s dog. Our Kennel is also our home. For us, dog training and behavior modification is a family passion, and your dog will receive daily training, walks, spending time with family and adventures like hiking while your away.

The training your dog will receive is effective, kind, and easy to customize for your dog and you. My program is gentle, fun, and highly effective for all breeds of dogs.

Who board and trains are good for?

Sometimes owning a dog on top of the responsibilities of everyday life can be overwhelming; especially when that dog has behavior issues. In a perfect world dog owners would proactively prevent behavior issues from developing, but sometimes with even the best of intentions they pop up any ways. Sometimes, owners end up with a adopted dog that came with behavior problems, sometimes being prone to behavior issues runs in a particular bloodline, and other times owners missed a warning signs before it became a problem.

While most of these behaviors can easily be solved in the home by owner’s that have a little extra time to practice this isn’t always the case and that is where Board and Trains work best.

Who should consider Board and Trains?

Early Puppy Training: House training, basic obedience training, the puppy biting it can get overwhelming fast. If you are feeling overwhelmed by your puppy than that’s a definite sign you could use a break and get a quick fix. Remember puppies starting with us under 5 months old get 15% off their first board and train.

Life Changes: People who are having life changes like expecting a new baby or moving. Instead of being overwhelmed by trying to fit in training with a new baby or big move with a board and train you can pick up your dog with a new set of skills and better manners. This not only doesn’t add to the stress, but encourages positive feelings with a fresh start from your dog.

Big Problems: They are also great for owners who are feeling overwhelmed by a major behavior issues like aggression; because they give the owner a head start in training. If the dog has had a few weeks of solid practice of obedience skills under their belt it will be much easier for the owner to be able to successfully implement the behavior modification program.

Non-Resolving Problems: If you have been struggling with a behavior issue and you have been practicing all the exercises your trainer sends you home with and your still not seeing results it might be worth asking about a board and train to give you a boost.

Cost: Investing in training today means enjoying your dog for a lifetime and we make that affordable with no hidden fees! $500.00 for a 7 day stay which includes boarding, training and plenty of updates.

Please note since your dog isn’t staying in a kennel facility we only accept on boarding dog at a time or two, but only if the second dog is from the same family. If you book with us your second dog it is $900 a week.