Dog Training Program Fees:
Are your ready to improve your dog's behavior? Sign up for one of our programs! The fees for each of the dog training and behavior modification options are listed below.
"101" Class, Semi-Private Group:
$320.00 per family/dog; enrollment is limited to 6 families per class. Classes meet once each week for six weeks, 1.5 hours per class. There is no fee to repeat the program as many times as you'd like! Before attending group classes, 101 students participate in a one-on-one private lesson with Peggy, which is included in the fee.
Family participation is encouraged for older children and for any who can handle 1.5 hours of discussion, demonstration, and distracted, practicing parents.
201 Level Training Classes/ Drop-in Classes:
$20.00 per lesson, pay-as-you-go. Active, applied training classes, often outdoors (though we do have a climate-controlled indoor area as well).
Puppy Play Class:
$10.00 per lesson, pay-as-you-go. Playtime for puppies under six months of age (and friendly young adult dogs with Peggy's consent).
Private Dog Training:
$450.00 for 5 weeks Private Training, 1 hour per week at Peggy's facility. $45.00 per half-hour for Consultations, Evaluations, and Advanced Private Training.
$500.00/ week for full service care, play, socialization, individualized behavior modification and obedience training. Daily rate with overnight is $75.00. Drop off to our home based facility in Manteno, Illinois can be arranged seven days per week, by appointment only. Drop off to our Bolingbrook, Illinois facility, with free shuttle service to and from our Manteno home, is available on Wednesdays and Sundays between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM and on Thursdays between 4:00 and 8:00 PM, by appointment only. I will accept dogs for boarding without individualized training at a rate of $50.00/ day.
I accept payment by cash, personal check (made to Peggy Moran), and through PayPal (click for drop-down menu):
I'm On The Road to Better Behavior!
* NOTE: Drivers Education for Dogs is Extra $$$!
* * The dog you see in the picture above is a professionally trained stunt-dog on a closed road; DO NOT let your dog try this at home!