Every puppy needs to learn the ropes, so to speak, when it comes to good habits, where to go to the bathroom, and how to interact with other dogs. At Train Walk Poop, we can handle all of this and more. We even have boot camps designed just for puppies.
Dog training programs like ours in Salt Lake City focus on teaching your dog the skills he needs for more trust and confidence. With these abilities, you’ll have a proud companion who can handle any situation confidently!
If you are looking for a place that provides overnight boarding and training, you have come to the right place. At Train Walk Poop, our overnight stays are intensive for teaching, socializing, and playing. Your furry friend will always be in great hands with our friendly and knowledgeable staff!
Here’s what makes us so different:
Acceptance of all dogs, even if other facilities have refused them.
No interruptions during our social classes because our drop-off and pick-up times are very strict – interruptions and delays can stress out your dog and decrease the potential for fun.
No fights at our facility since 2019 because we keep the safety of your pet our number one priority.
Small dog to trainer ratio – we give a staff member only 5-15 dogs rather than the industry standard of 20-30.
We focus on polite and safe behaviors (such as no excessive barking and not swarming a door or gate) to ensure that every dog has a safer experience than with other trainers.
Dogs learn at their own pace without any peer pressure.
What we believe:
Our team members really bond with the pets they are entrusted to care for. I am confident that after a few visits with us your dog will start to think of our pet care team as part of the family. We see it time and time again! After all, it’s the emotional connection that we have with your dogs that matters the most.
We can’t wait for you to get to know our passionate group of trainers and daycare staff. We train them over several months to ensure they can teach dogs of all different ages, sizes, and play styles to socialize safely.
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People often ask me, “how did you get started working with dogs?”. To which I answer, “I got a dog”. And that’s the truth, I got a Pit Bull puppy on a whim, and I had no idea how to raise him.
I started watching dog training shows on tv, going to dog training workshops, reading dog related books and scientific studies and buying every dog training dvd I could get my hands on. Thanks to all my studying and hard work with my own dog, my friends and family soon took notice of my passion and ability with dogs.
Lorie has had dogs her entire life. Something about their happy, playful nature and noble hearts has always made her love dogs. In December of 2014, Lorie was looking for a new challenge when she saw an opening with Train Walk Poop. She applied, and her search blossomed into a new passion. She loves what she does, and has a lot of fun with it. Her dependability shows, as she can be counted on to always do a great job.
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