Tampa Dog Training Programs!
Bayshore Dog Training provides commitment-based training to the Tampa Bay, Florida area.
What does this mean for you?
When we say commitment-based, we mean that if you choose to hire us, we won’t just slap a band-aid on your dog’s behavior problem, we won’t pretend that every dog follows the same training time frame, and we absolutely won’t charge you an additional fee if your pet does take longer than most to succeed.
Bayshore Dog Training charges one flat training fee. Whether your dog takes a week or a year to meet his goals, we will be available to you at no extra cost.
We put you in charge of your dog. This means you learn everything we know about training your dog so that you will feel comfortable implementing the new structure even when we step out of the picture. As long as you are consistent and committed, you will succeed.
Our training methods are effective.
We choose our methods on a case-by-case basis, depending on the history and information you provide and our own observations during the in-home consultation. Each dog is unique, so we believe each training plan should also be unique.
Our Tampa trainer is professional, experienced, and certified to handle any problem that comes their way, no matter the age, size, breed, or temperament of the dog. We don’t believe in lost causes. Whether we’re your first trainer or you’ve met with a hundred, we’re different and our methods work.
We’ve seen success with the following:
- Aggressive dogs
- Overprotective dogs
- Leash pullers
- Poor listeners
- Multiple dogs within a household
- Brand new puppies
Your dog will fit into one of our three training programs: In-Home Training, Aggressive Dog Training, or Puppy Training. This generalization gives us a starting point before we meet in person and assess your dog’s individual needs.
How to Get Started with Bayshore Dog Training
To learn more about what each program entails, click on the tabs above, or give Bayshore Dog Training a call at 813.359.1137. We can also be reached via the contact form.