Puppy Training

Puppy Hybrid Board and Train - $4000

Puppies between the ages of 4-6 months.

Start your puppy off on the right path! It’s much easier to train the behaviors you do want than it is to stop those unwanted behaviors you don’t want. Let us guide you through the process so you can have an everywhere dog that can be included in all life’s adventures.

Do you want an off-leash, reliable dog at 9 months of age? We can help you with that!

Do you want a dog you can take everywhere with you that is calm and neutral in all environments? We can help you with that!

We start you off with a private lesson in your own home, and then at age 6 months, the puppy comes to stay with us for a week, where we lay the foundation for on-leash obedience. We bring the puppy back to you and do a session in your home where you learn all the things your puppy has learned so you can continue their education at home. At 9 months of age, the puppy comes back to us for 3 weeks, where we lay the off-leash foundation.

These are the things your puppy will learn, as well as some things we will work on while they are here

  • Sit – Stay is implied with this command unless given another command or release word.
  • Down – Stay is implied with this command unless given another command or release word.
  • Place – The dog goes to and lays down on a defined spot (cot, bed, towel, mat, etc.) and does not move until given another command or the release word.
  • Come – The dog comes to you regardless of distraction.
  • Break – This is the release word to let the dog know they can move around freely.
  • Heel – Walk politely, slightly behind your leg, without pulling, sniffing, marking, or reacting.
  • Let’s Go – It means move in my general direction with me.
  • Out – The dog drops an object in their mouth and moves away. Out can also mean the dog needs to move out of your space or another person’s/dog’s space.
  • Kennel – The dog goes into their kennel on command and does not exit unless given another command or release word.
  • No more crate nonsense (barking, whining, digging, etc.)
  • If your dog suffers from separation anxiety, we’ll work through that.
  • Confidence building.
  • A calm state of mind. A dog with a calm state of mind makes better choices. 
  • No more mouthing, chasing, nipping, or grabbing items and running away.
  • No more jumping up on people or eating stuff off the counters.

Board and Train Program Includes:

  1. We come and pick your dog up and bring them back to you! We realize your time is valuable. Let us take care of that part for you.
  2. After the puppy completes their first week with us, we do another lesson in your home to teach you everything your puppy has learned.
  3. After the puppy completes their final 3-weeks with us, we do one final 2-hour session in your home.
  4. Between your puppy’s board and train stays with us, if you are struggling with something, please reach out to let us know so we can help solve it!


Once you train with Inclusion K9, you’re part of the family. If you’re struggling with something, don’t hesitate to reach out, and we can troubleshoot it.