Dog Training in Highland, MD
At Midway Dog Academy, we know that dogs function exactly like pack animals – that’s the reason why the customized training utilized by our professional trainers in Highland, Maryland utilize your dog’s pack drive to achieve a healthier, happier, more balanced dog. With the best training, your dog will unleash his or her complete talent. The specialized dog training programs in Highland will help your dog re-establish the natural order — your dog will learn to socialize with dogs appropriately and become a healthy part of the family when you work with our dog experts at our dog training facility in Highland.
When your dog re-establishes their pack drive, they will learn proper social interaction with other dogs and become a happily balanced dog. If you want to keep your dog happy and healthy at home or in public areas in Highland — then Midway Dog Academy can help you. Your dog and you will both like all the new spots you’ll be able to go to once you understand the art of leading and guiding your puppy.
Our staff also offers training that teach dogs how to greet dogs and people. Along with other very important skills such as: behavior modification, potty training, social skills, house training, obedience training, and much more. Our training center in Highland, MD is ready to work with you to fully train your dog – regardless of age, breed, or behavior.
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If you are all ready to start training your dog – then we have a selection of dog training programs available to fit your dog’s needs and your wants. Just some of our available options to choose from include things like puppy training which involves potty training with bells, obedience training, and more. We also have adult and senior dog training programs that include basic through advance obedience training, behavior modification for more problematic behaviors like dog or human aggression, nipping/biting, pulling on the leash, and much more.
Common dog behavior difficulties that our client dog’s needed assistance with include Potty training problems, barking at people or other dogs, jumping on people, aggressive behavior, or destroying furniture or toys. Our professional dog trainers can really help deal with and correct these typical problems that pet parents may be experiencing.
Dog training is never a 1-way street; so with our personalized training approach you can bet on both you AND your dog obtaining the best guidance that you want and more importantly need. In order to get started on your dog training journey, call one of our dog trainers in Highland, MD today. Your dog can receive a FREE assessment from one of our trainers. Once the evaluation is completed, a individualized training program can then be put together for your dog that will include the behaviors you need corrected, manners you would like your dog to know, and all of the new skills you would want your dog to have.
Our team of experts are dedicated to bettering the lives of dog’s and their owners and to reduce the number of dogs that end up being given up due to bad habits. That is why we regularly write and publish popular dog training articles and advice on common problems along with solutions.
Doggy Boot Camp
Puppy board and train programs in Highland, MD are a great training choice for busy households or people that feel they do not have the training experience to train their dog. Your dog will live with us in our home and learn everything they need to know in order to be a well-mannered family companion. Then, at the end of your dog’s training program – it’s your turn to learn everything your dog learned during the ‘Train The Owner’ session.
Dog Behavioral Problems
Does your dog need help for more challenging behavioral problems? No problem, our experienced dog trainers in Highland can help resolve your dog’s issues and behaviors. During our evaluation, we’ll help you understand what may have triggered the behavior and then we will put together a customized training program that will help get your dog back on the correct route. With hard work and consistency, we’ll help you redefine the relationship to be able to achieve your training goals.
Dog Training Classes
Dog obedience training in Highland is a great choice so you can participate in a group style setting with other dog owners to improve your dog’s obedience by learning new tricks. You can also learn how to help your dog behavior problems, learn how to understand dog behavior, and socialize your puppy the correct way.
Private Training Lessons
In-home dog training in Highland, MD gives you the ability to work with one of our dog trainers one-on-one in the comfort of your surroundings. This way you can correct dog behavior problems that may be hard to replicate outside your house. Every dog will be individually assessed to decide if private lessons are going to be the best program. This way you can set realistic goals that can be accomplished during your private lesson training program.
Sean and I are so grateful that we found you for training Amber and helping fix her (and our) issues with the separation anxiety she was having. Obviously living with a large German Shepherd with any type of behavior problems is rough, much less one that would chew her way out of her crate and then eat the door, carpet, or window frame. Her time with you is just what she needed and just what we needed in order to get her back on track and give us a fresh start. Thank you again! 6 months later and she is still doing great!
I am still in awe!
From the dog training to the nutritional advice to the new routine that you've given us - we truly cannot thank you enough. We clearly were a mess when we brought Bruno to you and really thought that all the freedom we gave him was a good thing (yes, we were raising him like he were another child of ours); which was doing more harm to him than good. Luckily, he was still young enough to be saved and retaught the GOOD behaviors that we envisioned. Thank you again for all of your guidance.
Very happy with the results
I am typically hard to please or impress on top of my usual skepticism. That being said, when I initially talked to Megan about the details for bringing my lab to her for a month long board and train she was very clear and upfront about what I could expect and the results that would be realistic to achieve given my dog's history. After one month, I came to pick Eddie up and I was actually blown away by the results, it was more than I thought was possible. He was relaxed and actually playing with other dogs. That was a game changer for me and I absolutely recommend Megan to everyone I know with a dog.
She's a miracle worker!!!
For 7 loooooong years, we tolerated and allowed our dog to basically run our house. He was pretty obnoxious in every way which included barking at everything - even if nothing was there, terrorizing our children, jumping, stealing, chewing our children's toys, STILL having accidents - (you get the point). I was at my breaking point when we had to replace our carpet for the 3rd time due to his potty accidents he was still having. We took him in for his initial evaluation and Megan told us it was most certainly a learned behavior and their was never any real structure in Jax's life (which there wasn't in hindsight). After 3 weeks, he came back a NEW and AMAZING dog. He was respectful, polite, well-mannered, and finally enjoyable to be around. We obviously have to keep up with the training otherwise im sure he'd try to pull his same shenanigans again. But we stick to the training program and everyone is happy!
Find Out More About Highland, Maryland
Highland is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in Howard County, Maryland, United States. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 1,034. It uses the 20777 zip code.
The community is located in southern Howard County at the junction of Highland Road, Maryland Route 216 and Maryland Route 108, and is still heavily influenced by its agrarian history; farms and horse fields are common in the area. The crossroads itself has a small-town feel, with a few shops that share in the rich history. Clarksville is 2 miles (3 km) to the north on MD 108, Laurel is 9 miles (14 km) to the southeast on MD 216, and Olney is 7 miles (11 km) to the west on MD 108. The center of Columbia is 8 miles (13 km) to the northeast.
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