Board and Train
If you’re searching for the ideal way to transform your pup into an obedient companion, then Agoge K9 LLC’s board and train program is here to help!
Our customized plans are created with world-renowned training methods that prioritize both quality and safety. Located in Nashville TN, our dog training services provide an efficient path toward a well-behaved dog.
The Best Rated Board and Train in Nashville!
Agoge K9 LLC – Call Us Now (615) 703-3431
Our Board and Train program is the ideal solution for most dogs; offering a clear path to success, as well as minimized stress.
For those looking to give their furry friends the best start in life, our Board and Train program offers an effective, concise approach that will provide results you can see!
Eliminate Bad Behavior Once and For All!
Agoge K9 LLC – Call Us Now (615) 703-3431
Our board and train can help with the following issues and behaviors:
❌ Jumping on strangers
❌ Charging the door
❌ Not coming when called
❌ Not listening
❌ Destructive behavior
❌ Counter surfing
❌ Digging in the yard
❌ Obsessive and neurotic behaviors
and much much more.
Our Program Will Help With:
✅ Basic obedience
✅ Advanced off leash obedience
✅ Leash pulling
✅ Fear based issues
✅ Separation anxiety
✅ Dog reactivity
During our Board and train program, your dog will get a training protocol custom designed for his or her specific goals.
We will work closely with you to clearly outline realistic expectations for your pet during their stay. The duration of the program varies according to the need of the pet and family.
• We have a state-of-the-art training facility that we designed and built from the ground up for the comfort and safety of your pets you pets will not spend all day in crates only to be brought out for a training session or two.
• Each animal gets a 5×5 indoor run and a 5x 10 outdoor run built on an elevated surface in order to drain any liquids or messes away from you pet ensuring a clean and sanitary training environment.
• Each pet will get to spend outdoor time daily in our exercise yards along with structured exercise session with one of our trainers or experience kennel staff.
• After all of that we aim to get 3-4 individual training sessions each plus time practicing our new obedience while we eat meals and do our cleaning and sanitation duties daily.
Our program is truly an immersive experience for your pet and often times they love their stay here so much we become their home away from home.
Weekly Individualized Updates
We send individualized updates weekly so you can track your pet’s progress as well as bi-weekly instagram reels of your pet so you can see them multiple times a week. From our veterinary scale to our twice weekly weigh ins, to our veterinary tech kennel master, to our sanitation and cleanliness protocols we aim to break the industry stereotype and provide excellence in care, service, and knowledge that is unmatched anywhere in the world.
After A Completed Program?
Once your pet is ready to come home this is where we really shine, we spend as long as is needed on the day of return with you and your pet to ensure the smoothness or the transition and make sure you feel 100% comfortable with the training and how to continue your beloved fur baby’s progress.
We then return in two weeks for another session just to make sure everything is rocking along as smoothly as possible. But we don’t even stop there.
Access To Our Online Training Portal
We provide all of our board and train customers with a membership our online training portal with video training references to ensure that anything you have questions on you have immediate access to.
And last we provide lifelong support for your training package through our weekly on sight group classes which you and your pet are able to attend for continued coaching for the life of your pet.
Ready To Get Started?
To learn more information or to get started with our board and train program, call us at (615) 703-3431 today or complete the form on this page to schedule a free consultation.
Frequently Asked Questions
The best age to send a dog to board and train can vary, but starting basic training in puppyhood is generally recommended. For more intensive programs, around 6 months to a year old is a common age, but individual factors like temperament and goals should be considered.
After a board and train program, expect improved obedience and reduced undesirable behaviors. There may be an adjustment period, and consistency in reinforcing training at home is crucial. Our trainers provide instructions and support, fostering a positive relationship between you and your dog.
Yes, your dog is likely to still love you after board and train. The training process typically strengthens the bond between you and your dog, and positive reinforcement methods are used to build trust and cooperation.
Board and train programs can be effective in addressing reactivity issues in dogs. Professional trainers often work on desensitization, counter-conditioning, and behavior modification techniques to reduce reactivity.
However, the owner needs to continue reinforcement and follow any guidelines provided by the trainer to maintain the desired behavior at home. Success depends on the severity of the reactivity, the dog’s temperament, and the consistency of training.
If you never train your dog, you may encounter various behavioral issues and challenges. Untrained dogs may exhibit disobedience, aggression, excessive barking, and other undesirable behaviors. Lack of training can lead to difficulties in managing your dog and may strain the relationship between you and your pet. Training is essential for a well-behaved and well-adjusted dog, promoting a positive and harmonious coexistence.
Some basic obedience and behavioral issues can be addressed in a two-week training period, especially in more intensive board and train programs. However, the extent of training success depends on factors like the dog’s age, temperament, and the specific behaviors being addressed.
For more complex issues or advanced training, longer periods or ongoing training sessions may be necessary. Consistent reinforcement and practice at home are crucial for maintaining the training results.
Some dogs may experience stress or anxiety when boarded, which can manifest as a feeling of abandonment. However, this varies widely among individual dogs.
The quality of the boarding facility, the dog’s temperament, and how well they adapt to new environments all play a role in how they perceive the experience. Providing familiar items, such as a favorite toy or blanket, and choosing a reputable boarding facility with attentive staff like Agoge K9 LLC can help alleviate feelings of abandonment in some dogs.