ABOUT

Welcome to Houston’s most unique dog training and dog daycare center. Our innovative facility is distinctive since training is our number one priority. Our goal is to make every experience a learning opportunity for you and your pet. We offer a safe, controlled, and super fun environment for your dog to learn and play. Through our unique programs, utilizing dog training techniques that emphasize patience and consistency, we assist owners in molding happy, well-balanced, and sound dogs whose only habit is being a best friend and an enjoyable member of the family. It’s dog daycare with manners!

Photo by Robyn Arouty © 2012

Photo by Robyn Arouty © 2012

In order to be happy, well balanced and sound, every dog needs three essential things…

  • 1EXERCISE
  • 2COMMUNICATION
  • 3MENTAL STIMULATION

Photo by Robyn Arouty © 2012


Review your dog’s daily schedule and consider these questions honestly. Chances are, if these needs are fulfilled, you have a very well-behaved and content doggie. More often than not, once a dog gets plenty of exercise, mental stimulation, and communication, many of his behavior problems will simply disappear!

Does your dog get enough exercise?

This is a biggie! All dogs love to walk, it’s in their nature. It is absolutely true that a tired dog is a happy dog. Generally, a tired dog doesn’t have the energy to tear up your new curtains or dig a hole to China in your backyard.

Do you have an effective standard of communication?

No matter what your Aunt Gertrude says about her 16 year old Poodle, dogs do not speak English! We have to show them and teach them how we want them to behave. The best way to accomplish this is through obedience training. Proper training creates happy, well-mannered dogs and fosters effective communication.

Does your dog get plenty of mental stimulation?

As important as physical exercise is, mental stimulation is also critical. Most breeds of dogs were originally bred to do a job; they were created for a purpose. As household pets, most dogs are never asked to herd the cattle, pull the sled, hunt for dinner, guard the sheep, or kill vermin on the farm! Without mental stimulation, a dog will become bored and/or anxious and as a result, behavior issues will most likely ensue.