About A.L.L. Dog Training

A.L.L. Dog Training is an Elk Grove and Sacramento area based company. A.L.L. does things a little differently from most other dog training companies. We feel that dog training is about building better communication skills between you and your dog. We do not "treat train" or use harsh methods; everything is based on positive reinforcement and dog psychology. Our clients learn how to work with their dog through leadership, loyalty and love. Your companion will want to work with you because the training is fun and natural for your dog, rather than treat rewarding, which can teach your dog to only respond when you have food. We work with all breeds of dogs, all behavior types (aggressive or submissive) and with every family who wants a well mannered companion. All family members are welcome and encouraged to join in on the training!

A.L.L. Dog Training offers different types of training; it all depends on what you want to be able to do with your dog by the end of your program. You can choose from basic, intermediate, advanced or off leash training. Everything we do is based on what you want your dog to learn. We offer everyone a free consultation, so that we may evaluate your dog in its home environment. Another purpose for the consultation is to give you an opportunity to sit down with an A.L.L. Dog Training Team Member and discuss in detail what you would like to achieve with your dog. Our goal is for you and your dog to get the help that you need and we are certain we can provide you with answers to all your questions!

As trainers, A.L.L. finds the most success by teaching you how to be a better leader for your dog! By having you as the leader, your dog learns to trust and respect you and will in turn do what you are asking. We do not focus training around the use of treats, yelling, hitting or any other means of training that will either confuse or abuse your dog into doing what is asked of them. Our methods will entice your companion to do what you ask because they want your praise and not out of fear or bribery. We can start training as early as 9 weeks or as late as 15 years of age…no dog is too young or old to be in training. (If a puppy is enrolled in training home visits can begin immediately, but group classes will need to wait until the puppy has completed its vaccinations.) 
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