Frequently Asked Questions

Full House Dog Training follows an emotional-based training model. We believe good behavior begins on a level of emotional stability. When dogs can control their emotional response to stimulation in the environment, we can then guide them to make choices we prefer. While positive reinforcement is the main focus of our training, we do believe that optimal learning occurs when boundaries are utilized through proper application of corrections.
All breeds are welcome in our training programs.

Yes. Our commitment to helping develop more positive behavior is equal to each owner’s dedication to their dog. Behavior modification is a challenging goal, therefore, owners must recognize there is no silver bullet and investing in your dog’s well-being requires your commitment to the processes we teach.

We offer a complimentary phone consultation so we can learn more about your training goals, and share the details of our training program. Together, we can determine if we are a good fit for each other. To schedule a consultation, Contact Us.

Our training system is taught as a group class, private training sessions, Day Training or Residency programs. Learn more about each of these opportunities in the Services section.

Enrollment in our training programs is done online through our  Member section of this website.

Yes! Health and safety are our highest priorities. Each dog who joins our training programs must be fully vaccinated including DHPP, Bordetella (within the past 6 months) and rabies.
Each dog enrolled in our training program, will be guided in a potty training routine. Owners are then encouraged to continue this success by following the suggested routine. If you are interested in only focusing on potty training, we happily will provide you with guidance by phone or you can request to receive our Great Start Puppy Guide which provides tips on common puppy frustrations.
Generally, twelve weeks of age or older is best for training. Your puppy’s vaccination schedule is a factor in when training can begin. Smaller dogs sometimes to do better at fourteen to sixteen weeks of age. This detail can be discussed in a phone consultation prior to training.
No. Dogs of all ages are receptive to training. Senior dogs who have mobility issues, may be limited in their training opportunities.
Yes. We salute all military service men and women, both active and retired, for their dedication to our country’s freedoms. To recognize their service, we offer a 25% discount on any training service. Proof of service is required prior to starting training.
We are grateful for clients in Riverton, Herriman, Bluffdale, South Jordan and throughout Utah. We also can service clients outside of Utah and the United States utilizing video conferencing services.

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