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Training and Behavior

Hoof, Paw, and Claw is here for your pet's training needs! Whether it is basic dog training to keep dog walks from looking like the Iditarod or cat behavior help to keep those couches snag free, we have you covered.

Training a dog to sit

Dog- Foundations

Basic good dog skills from sit, stay, recall, lay down to more advanced skills like crate training, loose leash walking and more! We come to your home and tailor the training to you and your dog.

$75 per 1 hr private session.

Train cat to stay off counters

Cat- Behavioral Consultation

Is kitty clawing the couch, peeing outside the litter box, or hiding in a corner all day? We offer long term solutions that key in on fixing underlying problems so you and your feline friend can be happy together.

$75 per 1 hr consultation

Proof of vet visit check for underlying health issues required.

Stuff you might need

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Puzzle Feeders

Food puzzles of varying difficulty, excellent for dogs and cats alike! Keeps pets minds engaged!

Excellent slow feeders for dogs who love to play.

Slow feeder bowls good for cats and dogs! There are multiple options for awesome mealtime customization.

Leashes

The basic leashes. Can't go wrong with these options.

Good tool for training, but shouldn't be used for much else due to possibility for escape.

Customizable leashes that let you go hands free in a variety of set ups and materials. They are all solid leashes, and it is up to your personal preference. Leash #3 from Kurgo brand is a big winner from multiple client reviews.

Longer leash options to let your dog sniff! Perfect for walks in the park and recall training. Note- FLexi leashes can be dangerous if not properly used.

Collars and Harnesses

The basics. Can't go wrong with these options.

Good options for dogs who slip their collars or harnesses! Note- martingale collars are not choke collars, and should fit as a normal collar around the neck when not pulled tight, and should fit snugly right behind the ears when pulled tight.

Various no pull harness options. Every dog is different, so not every option is right for every dog. Pick what looks right to you and pair the no-pull tool with proper training for loose leash walking and you'll see results in no time!

Various head collar options for pullers. Each is a bit different than the last, and some dogs will prefer one over another. Headcollars 1, 2, and 3 must be used in conjunction with a regular collar and a safety strap, to prevent escape artist dogs from slipping the lead. Note- none of these options should be used with a long line or flexi lead, as that can lead to major neck injury.

Cat Stuff (Under Construction)

The basics. Can't go wrong with these options.

Great for interactive play. Put these up when done though, they are easy to destroy!

Various no pull harness options. Every dog is different, so not every option is right for every dog. Pick what looks right to you and pair the no-pull tool with proper training for loose leash walking and you'll see results in no time!

Various head collar options for pullers. Each is a bit different than the last, and some dogs will prefer one over another. Headcollars 1, 2, and 3 must be used in conjunction with a regular collar and a safety strap, to prevent escape artist dogs from slipping the lead. Note- none of these options should be used with a long line or flexi lead, as that can lead to major neck injury.

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