Red Dog Premiere Dog Training Services

At Red Dog we strive to bring you the best in pet care and services. We now offer both onsite training and in-home training to cover all of our client’s needs.

Dominique Oppenheimer I will help you better your relationship between you and your dog. I use positive realistic training so that you can have a dog that is both well behaved and your best friend. With today’s busy lifestyle not everyone has hours a day to devote to training.  My goal is to teach you to “speak dog” so that your dog can become well behaved in the most efficient manner possible.Every dog/human partnership is special and has their own needs so I strive to offer a wide variety of training options including: Private sessions (both in home and at Red Dog), Board and Train, Behavior Modification, and a wide variety of group classes at Red Dog.

My group classes are designed to offer the most benefit to you and your dog. I limit the class size to allow more personal attention as well as offer opportunities for social play and interaction with the other dogs and humans in the group. I also offer a wide array of classes covering not only your classic obedience training but Tricks & Treats, Agility for Fun and even a Flyball course.  My outlook is that training should be fun and relaxing, provide your dog with some exercise and socialization, and give the two of you a more reliable relationship. Every interaction with your dog should be a training interaction.

I look forward to working with you and your dogs with any needs you might have and creating a fun and fulfilling relationship based on trust, friendship, and loyalty.

Dominique Oppenheimer

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January Training Schedule


Basic Level Obedience – Sunday February 15th, 2015 @ 1:30 p.m

1 hour a week for 6 weeks

This is the first step to a new relationship with your dog. You and your pet will learn the basic commands such as how to: sit, down, stay, come and walk on a leash.  We also cover jumping, barking, biting, stealing food and other annoying behaviors that can make owning a dog difficult.