Will Crawmer's Train My Dog For Me?

While it is not always appropriate, there are instances where Crawmer's will take a dog and train him on a residential basis.  Unfortunately, it makes little sense to train a dog and hand him back to an owner who is not willing to continue working with the dog.  Such training is short lived at best.   Dog training is just like any other endeavor:  You get out of it what you put into it.  Dogs don't care how much money you spend.  Training a dog  develops an intimate relationship between the dog and the person who is doing that training.  This is a relationship that cannot be easily transferred to another person. 

In some situations an owner just needs to get a dog started in one area or another, solve a particular problem or teach a new behavior in a short period of time.  In cases where an owner will take an active role after the work is done Crawmer's will design a program to accommodate the need and train the dog here at Crawmer's to accomplish the owner's objectives.  All training will include a program for the owner to follow after the Crawmer's Residential Training is completed.

The following video is an example of what can be done in a short period of time with a very green but very enthusiastic young dog.

Other Animal Species

Depending upon the species, and the need, Crawmer's Animal Training may be able to accommodate other animals in a residential training situation.  Please call and let us know what kind of animal you have and what your goals are.

(518) 477-8230