So what does "Concierge Dog Training" mean? It means that you have a trainer who can schedule same day appointments. Who knows all the great places to shop for dog products, and for a bargain price. A trainer who is supportive and compassionate who is just a phone call away. All for reasonable prices.
At Big Sky Dog Training, our mission is to create an environment where you and your dog are learning together in a positive and fun environment.
Big Sky Dog Training goes beyond the mechanics of obedience commands. We strive to provide a safe, effective, high-quality, reward-based training program. Our program helps you develop an optimum relationship with your dog, which enables your dog to understand that you are a safe, strong, dependable, fair and consistent leader your dog wants to obey.
Montana Hayes and Big Sky Dog training have been in business for over 30 years. The experience she has gathered throughout the years allows her to train with more efficiency and confidence. Where most trainers ask you to sign up for multiple lessons and can drag out training. Big Sky and Montana just set up enough lessons to get your objectives met.
We can promise that your issues will be addressed. That your puppy or dog will be trained with reward-based training techniques. That you will receive support documentation on the issues you are working on. That you will receive a compassionate trainer to help you train your dog or puppy.
Does your dog . . .
At Big Sky Dog Training, we emphasize communication skills, positive reinforcement and rewards-based training for our canine family members. Learning how to communicate with your dog allows you to correctly socialize him, keep him from being destructive and fix those annoying habits. We help you create a happy, willing, funand enthusiastic companion dog by combining humane corrections and a combinations of these Five Basic Rewards:
Another activity Big Sky is participating in includes, being a trainer for the organization; Pets for Vets, whose mission is,
To help heal the emotional wounds of military veterans by using the power of the human-animal bond to provide a second chance for shelter animals by rescuing, training and pairing them with America's servicemen and women who could benefit from having a companion animal.
In my trainer position, I assist in qualifying a veteran for a dog through interviews and home visits. Then I search for a dog through local shelters and rescue groups. Then Pets for Vets adopts a suitable dog. After that, I start an eight week training program to meet the needs of the veteran. The dog is then turned over to the veteran. Support and follow-up is provided to the Veteran and the dog through their lifetime.