Leader of the Pack Dog Training, LLC strives to provide affordable, quality private dog training sessions, board and train packages, and day training utilizing positive reinforcement methods along with more popular safe conventional methods of training. We cater our training to benefit your needs to bring out the best in you and your dog.

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Basic/Advanced Obedience

(Private One on One Training)

This can also include training for Canine Good Citizen Testing (which is required for Service and Therapy Dogs), and Reactive Rehabilitation for dogs who are reactive towards people and/or dogs. We customize the training sessions to fit their needs.

Board and Train

(3, 5, 7, and 21 Day Programs)

Going on Vacation? Off for the weekend? Or your dog needs intensive training? We will Train, Exercise, Play, and Care for your dog daily. You will get daily video updates on the progress and welfare of your dog. We have 3, 5, 7, and 21 days programs. Complimentary Dog Wash with this package.

Day Training

Training all day (up to 12 hours)

Unlike doggie daycares where dogs learn bad habits and are bullied, our Day Training sets your dog up with a Trainer who will train, exercise, and play with your dog to your specific needs all day long (up to 10 hours). When your dog is not with a trainer, he/she is resting in a kennel.





Kaeleigh - Trainer

Kaeleigh is our Manager and Head Trainer. She has been training dogs for years. Her expertise are Basic and Advanced Obedience, Reward Based Training, Reactive and Aggressive Dog Rehabilitation, Tracking, and AKC Canine Good Citizen Training. Kaeleigh is a Certified American Kennel Club (AKC) Instructor and Evaluator.

Robert - Owner

Robert proudly served 21 years as a Law Enforcement Professional in Texas, Kosovo, and Washington State. 13 of those years were as a Police K-9 Handler and Trainer. He has been training dogs for well over 30 years. Robert is a Certified American Kennel Club (AKC) Instructor and Evaluator.


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