Sabra Dog Training offers a variety of training and behavior modification services for dogs and cats of all ages and abilities. From in-home private appointments to remote consultations, Sabra’s unique approach and abundance of resources can help ensure you and your pet live together in harmony.
“By partnering with Sabra Pet Training, Nashville Humane Association is able to offer a high-quality and diverse training program for our newly adopting families and alumni families at a special discount rate,” said Laura Chavarria,” NHA Executive Director.
Sabra Dog Training’s approach is much more than teaching your pup to sit and stay. They work in all fields of behavior modification, using only the most up-to-date evidence-based training methods. In doing so, they effectively treat problem behaviors, reduce stress for pets and people alike, foster inter-species communication and support the human-animal bond. Whether you and your new puppy are starting from scratch, or your older dog is showing signs of behavior you wish to curb, Sabra Dog Training is here to help. Additionally, they are also pleased to provide a Cat Behavior Department!
As an official NHA partner, 20% of all training session fees go straight to the adoptable shelter pets at Nashville Humane!
Training Options at Nashville Humane
Family Dog Essentials:
Learn the essential tools to turn your dog into a wonderful family dog! This class is for dogs aged six-months and older. The class will focus on the following skills: sit, eye contact, come, down, leave it, drop it, and loose leash walking. All dogs will remain on leash during the length of the class.
That cute little puppy got you chasing your tail? We’ll help you survive (and enjoy) puppyhood by creating a foundation for your pup to become the well-behaved adult companion you look forward to having. Using evidence-based training, we will focus on basic manners, socialization and solutions for common puppy antics.
Puppy Social Hour:
“The primary and most important time for puppy socialization is the first three months of life” – American Veterinary Society Position Statement on Puppy Socialization.
While seeing a group of clumsy puppies falling all over each other might be the cutest sight known to mankind, it also serves an important purpose; socialization, which is critical to a puppy’s overall wellbeing. Under the guide of nationally certified professional dog trainers, this hour of structured puppy-play allows your new family member to form positive associations to sights, sounds and objects they may encounter in everyday life. Each week we will explore a new theme to make sure your puppy is well-rounded and ready to face the world! Check our Facebook page to find out this week’s theme!