Some dog owners may find a hard time communicating with their dogs. Some may find problem with the dogs’ uncontrollable habits. Doggie Doo can solve these problems for you. Our school has dog training courses to make the dogs from various breeds being healthy, clever, and with high integrity. And as Aunt Cupcake told you, our school is an international school. We can teach in both Thai and English depend on what the owners want.
Below are our main courses.

Basic Obedience

This course will teach the dogs about the four basic skills those are “Sit, Heel, Down, Stay.” As the name suggested, the dogs that pass this course will understand the order to siting, walking close to the owner’s heel, crouching, and waiting for the owner.
The time the dogs need in order to master these skills depend on their breed. However, Doggie Doo set the standard length of 25 days. Aunt Cupcake believes that this course will be the right answer for owners who want to develop basic communication with your dogs.

Basic Obedience + Agility Course

This course teaches Basic Obedience and adds on the body movement training including jumping, climbing, zigzag running, etc. This course is designed to prepare the dogs to compete in Dog Agility competition. You can try this course if you have confident in your dogs’ athletic capability. Many of our athletes won the trophy and make their owners proud!

Advance Course

This course is the extension of Basic Obedience. The dogs will be trained to follow more sophisticate orders such as standing, handspringing, pretending to be death, or saying “hello” in dog style. The students that show enough competencies will be chosen to participate in the dog competitions. Do you interest in giving your dogs a chance to express their genius?

Behavior Modification

If you want some behaviors of your dogs to be improved you may interest in the Behavior Modification course. This course is designed to refine your dogs. Making them abandon the improper behaviors and adopt the new proper ones. This will improve the life of both dogs and owners to live happily together.

Case Study 1 – Bambi
Case Study 2 – Yung