Depending on the length of stay your
dogs training can include walking on a
loose leash, sit, down, keep off, sit to
greet, wait, stay, leave it, quiet, go to
your rug, come here, touch,  fetch and
out, and fun tricks like spin and shake.
Two to four week programs are
available. Five to ten day options for
those with previous training who need
a refresher or who just need to work
on a few behaviors.  

You will receive progress reports and
private coaching sessions for a smooth
transition to your home.  You will also
have unlimited phone and email
support if questions arise. I want you
and your dog to be successful, after
all, you are a team!
Programs & Costs
Costs may vary depending on your dog’s age, prior training, and training level desired.

Standard Board and Train $700 per 7 days of Intensive Training
Standard program is 21 days.   [Recommended]
One dog $2,100

This allows teaching various behaviors around many different distractions and locations.  For this
three week program, your dog will go on many outings and learn additional behaviors you choose
and things like a more reliable recall (COME), front door manners, “drop it”, “move”, “back”, a fun
trick, etc.  He will have a more reliable Stay. With a longer training program, your dog can generalize
the behaviors more and work at greater distances with greater distractions.  This program includes
four additional sessions with the family.  These coaching sessions with you and your dog will be
scheduled at your convenience and are included at no additional charge.
Services
Board & Train
When we brought our 1 year old dog, Zelda, to Gina, she was a very energetic yet naughty girl.  The
biggest problem we had with her is that she jumped on people when they entered the house or
and she was nippy and mouthy to the point of nearly biting our hands and arms.  She thought she
and she was nippy and mouthy to the point of nearly biting our hands and arms.  She thought she
was playful, we thought it was painful.

After "doggy boot camp" at Gina's, she came home as "One Good Dog". She no longer jumped on
anyone, she obeyed several commands such as "sit", "stay", "wait", "come" and best of all "off" and
"right here" (which has to do with taking a walk and having a nice loose leash rather than the
previous pulling and yanking us down the street).

We would recommend that anyone who wants to have a dog that everyone can enjoy being around,
hire Gina.  --Lorna Willard