At Good Doggy Saratoga, we create happy homes. You and your dog are unique individuals and you deserve a training plan that reflects that. That's why every case is met with a personalized custom plan tailored to your lifestyle. You need a long-term solution because your dog is part of your family, and that's exactly what you'll get. Our professional expertise delivers convenient results in the comfort of your own home. Contact us if you have any questions, or sign up now for your private formal assessment if you're ready to start down the path to a brighter future with your dog. Your plan may involve any combination of the following services:

Day Training

Come home to a better-trained dog. Let us do all the heavy lifting and train your dog for you. This convenient solution has amazingly fast results and you're given the skills necessary to maintain those results. 

Board And Train

Have your dog trained while you're away. Your dog needs somewhere to go while you're on vacation, you might as well use that time to build skills such as politely walking on leash or greeting people without jumping.

Private Coaching

Learn to work with your dog. Are you dealing with an overly-energetic puppy, a dog that never stops barking, or even full on aggressive problems? You'll learn the skills you need to work with your dog on a daily basis.

Group Classes

Learn to work with your dog in a group setting. Our seminars will improve your dog's ability to walk on leash, greet strangers without jumping, come when called, relax around home or on the town, and more!


 

Common Problems Solved:

  • Potty training
  • Door dashing
  • Come-when-called
  • Pulling on-leash
  • Jumping on people
  • Excessive barking
  • Fearful behaviors
  • Aggressive behaviors
  • Separation anxiety
  • and Much More
"Ben helped us train our first dog, who would barely listen to anything we'd say. He tailored the courses to something that worked for us and worked for Ronon, and by the end of it he was incredibly well behaved.
When our second dog was behaving strangely, he helped us even though she hadn't been signed up for a class yet; naturally, when she was ready, we looked Ben up, and will continue to do so in the future."

— Andrew Burgenis