Specific to your dog, we will discuss your goals and flush out a new program where we can work together to attain these goals. We train your dog for you while you are at work. We provide report cards after each training session that tells you what your dog has learned, what we’ll work on in the next session, and how you can help to maintain the training we’re doing We provide “Video” sessions for you so that we can teach you how to get your dog performing as well for you as he does for us
Puzzles time: we will give your dog puzzle toys to work your dog’s cortex which helps burn extra energy and also helps obtain new neural pathways, which keep your dog’s mental health fresh and youthful. We use interactive toys like Kong Wobblers, flip puzzles, or Buster Cubes or Balls. These are treat dispensing toys that we can let your dog have a blast with for a little while before we leave.
worry free grooming
We will put together a monthly price that will keep your dog brushed, nails trimmed, dog bathed, and groomed. You literally have to do nothing. Extra fees may apply to behavioral issues or extreme coat conditions.
Crate games is a specific criteria for acclimating dogs to the crate. It is great to maintain a well-crated dog and to gain excitement for being crated.
Steel City PAck Leader
Steel City Pack Leader has created a personalized, canine concierge service designed to work hand-in-hand with dog owners to help them make wise decisions about their pet’s care. Most dogs share the same needs: exercise, enrichment, and affection. However, each dog differs in the way they react and adapt to these needs. This is why Steel City Pack Leader begins our relationship with all clients with a complete evaluation of their dog’s health, temperament, and behavieor. The results of this evaluation will enable us to create a service plan tailored specifically for you and your dog. Services Include: Dog Walking, Dog Training,Dog Grooming and Pet Care Liaison. We have found that using the hierarchy of dog needs as our foundational base for creating care plans, has a longer more substantial result than just concentrating on one aspect of care.
• Proper nutrition • Fresh water • Sufficient exercise, air, sleep • Indoor shelter • Safety • Temperature control • Gentle grooming. Provide regular physical and mental exercise appropriate for your dog’s age and breed. Proper exercise not only keeps your dog fit, it also decreases stress. Most dogs need to run.
Security, Love, Trust, Consistency, Benevolent Leadership
Bonding with People and Dogs
Training and cognitive needs Choice and Communication
Steel City Pack Leader Team
We will be holding drop in training classes every Wednesday at 7pm. These drop in classes are designed for you to come learn how to improve your relationship with your dog. Learn effective ways of communicating with your dog, learn how to read your and other dogs’ body language and most importantly learn to understand Read more about New Classes Start May 30th[…]
Social media Blitz Dog Days of summer are almost here! We are growing and helping more people than ever receive great pet care and behavioral assistance. We could use some help from you sharing our messages. If you do not already do so, please follow us on the following social media sites! Read more about Social Media Blitz[…]
Do you like to be outdoors (rain, snow, or shine)? Do you love dogs? Are you free mainly from 10-3, Monday through Friday? Well, then Steel City Pack Leader wants you! We are currently growing and looking for someone to sub and eventually grow their own walking area. Andrew, the owner and Read more about Looking for something new?[…]
At the end of December, I cleaned up this yard in Lawrenceville in the 4700 block of Hatfield Street. I removed over 50 pounds of dog feces. I’m sad to say that not even a month later, it is completely covered in feces again. Cleaning up after your dog is not only the law, but Read more about The Importance of cleaning up after your dog![…]
We all experience the gloom of winter. It’s dark when we wake and when leave the office. Sunlight is just important our to dogs as it is for us. Sunlight helps produce vitamin D3 (Vitamin D3 is really not a vitamin, per se. It is more of a hormone that helps regulate your mineral metabolism Read more about Why is Dog walking so beneficial in the Winter months?[…]