About Focus Point Dog Training
Puppy and dog obedience training is our passion at Focus Point Dog Training. Through our professional in-home dog training program, your dog can learn basic commands to more advanced off leash training. We also offer behavior modification methods and focus on the unique needs of your dog as well as work with you and your family to get the great dog behavioral results you desire.
Focus Point Dog Training has put together what we believe to be the best puppy and dog obedience training programs for any dog. Our training is guaranteed for the life of your dog. We train all breeds, sizes and ages. Whether your dog is large or small, high energy and aggressive or antisocial and anxious, Focus Point Dog Training can successfully work to correct any behavior problem and help your dog become a better member of your family and community.
Through proper training with proven techniques, your dog will learn to respect your commands as the human leader of their pack. Trainer Dave Roberts has more than 30 years of experience in dog training and has studied under some of the most recognized and renowned experts in the field. With his tried and true skills and techniques, he can turn any negative behavior into positive behavior.
Puppy obedience training can begin at 12 weeks of age. By socializing and influencing puppies at the beginning stages of their lives, we can teach positive behaviors and achieve amazing things very early on. However, it is never too late to start training. Focus Point Dog Training is proud to work with dogs of all ages.
My name is Bob Port and I just completed 2 weeks of on leash training with Dave for my Great Dane puppy named Cooper. What a world of a difference it is walking Cooper and having him heal at my side the whole time. It is great to see how Dave finds ways to challenge a dog so you actually see them start to think about what they are doing. Dave not only helped Cooper, but at the same time helped me. Dave taught and strengthened my dog training methods so that I could continue to work with Cooper. We worked on sitting, laying down, healing, and holding a place with and without distractions all by voice command. This is working great especially since Cooper is in the “puppy stage” where he is trying to challenge you and see what he can get away with. Thanks Dave-Bob Port