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4 mistakes to avoid with your puppy

February 18, 2022

If you are a first time puppy owner, you may be feeling overwhelmed with happiness and love. But without a basic understanding of the do’s and don’ts of puppy raising, things can go sour fast. Common sense takes you a long way, but you might want to consider these four most common mistakes people make with their new dog and how to prevent them.

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HOW TO INTRODUCE A NEW DOG TO YOUR CURRENT DOG

January 26, 2022

Introducing a dog to your current dog is sure to spur a mix of nervousness and excitement. Follow these tips for a smooth transition

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Best Dog Breeds For First Time Owners

November 5, 2021

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How To Clean A Dog's Ears

January 11, 2022

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Advice

Raw Dog Food: a Diet You Can Feel Good About

September 29, 2021

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5 dogs sleep positions and what they mean

March 12, 2022

Ever noticed that your dog loves to sleep in the strangest, most uncomfortable and funny looking positions? Since dogs cannot communicate with us verbally, their sleep position can tell you quite a bit about their mood and personality. 

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5 Steps to Potty Train Your Dog

October 20, 2021

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5 terms every dog parent should know

May 4, 2022

Temperament A dog’s temperament is essentially the dog’s general attitude toward people and other animals, and is a result of both inherited and environmental factors. Temperament testing in dogs is most commonly conducted for breeders and rescue organizations, but it can be interesting for any dog owner.

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Advice

4 mistakes to avoid with your puppy

February 18, 2022

If you are a first time puppy owner, you may be feeling overwhelmed with happiness and love. But without a basic understanding of the do’s and don’ts of puppy raising, things can go sour fast. Common sense takes you a long way, but you might want to consider these four most common mistakes people make with their new dog and how to prevent them.

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Advice

How To Clean A Dog's Ears

January 11, 2022

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Advice

Best Dog Breeds For First Time Owners

November 5, 2021

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Advice

5 Steps to Potty Train Your Dog

October 20, 2021

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Advice

HOW TO INTRODUCE A NEW DOG TO YOUR CURRENT DOG

January 26, 2022

Introducing a dog to your current dog is sure to spur a mix of nervousness and excitement. Follow these tips for a smooth transition

Find out more
Advice

5 dogs sleep positions and what they mean

March 12, 2022

Ever noticed that your dog loves to sleep in the strangest, most uncomfortable and funny looking positions? Since dogs cannot communicate with us verbally, their sleep position can tell you quite a bit about their mood and personality. 

Find out more
Advice

5 terms every dog parent should know

May 4, 2022

Temperament A dog’s temperament is essentially the dog’s general attitude toward people and other animals, and is a result of both inherited and environmental factors. Temperament testing in dogs is most commonly conducted for breeders and rescue organizations, but it can be interesting for any dog owner.

Find out more
Advice

Raw Dog Food: a Diet You Can Feel Good About

September 29, 2021

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DOG TRAINING

Dog Evaluation

MUST be done first and foremost. If you just recently brought a new dog into your home and you're not sure what's next, this is the place to start. During this lesson we will go over basic care, management and training philosophies. This is the first step towards entering any of our Full Potential K9 training programs.

Starting at $100.00

Board & Trains: Full Immersion

Our Board and Train program is our best program for getting results quickly. You drop off your dog, and we do the work for you!We put in hundreds of repetitions, and that’s what it takes to teach all the behaviors the correct way. We have programs specifically for puppies, for friendly but untrained dogs, for service dogs and for behavioral cases such as aggressive and fearful dogs.

Starting at $2,800.00

Private Lessons

One on one training for you and your dog. Want to be more involved in the training process? Private Lessons with one of our Full Potential k9 trainers are held at your home. One of our most popular programs, and a great option for anyone who wants to learn how to teach their dogs how to learn!

Starting at $100.00

Group TRaining

Once you and your pet meet certain prerequisites, you can join our semi-private group sessions to work in a controlled group setting with 5-10 other owners and their pets. Group classes are held Wednesday Nights and Saturday during the day at various dog friendly locations so we are able to generalize behaviors.

Starting at $40.00

FAq's

Why do I need to schedule an evaluation?

An evaluation is important for our professional trainers to observe any inappropriate or unwanted habits, and to gather a baseline of your dog’s behavior, especially in public (we recommend doing evaluations here at our location). This also gives us a chance to discuss training goals, while creating realistic expectations for our students and clients.

Once the evaluation is complete, Dillon will be able to recommend an appropriate training program/package.

The reasoning behind evaluations is that we want to make sure that the dog coming in to train with us will not pose a risk to any of our staff or students during their stay. If your dog is a behavioral case we want to experience first hand exactly what it is that we need to be prepared for. All breeds, issues, and sizes are welcome. We typically operate on a 2 week lead time.

How do I get started with Training at Full Potential K9?

The first step to enroll in any one of our Board and Train programs or private lessons is to schedule a complete behavioral assessment and temperament test. This allows us to observe your dog’s behavior, discuss your goals for them and briefly work with your dog so that we can recommend the best course of action. Contact us now to schedule this.

What should I pack for my dog?

Food. Feeding instructions. We also ask for a paper copy of your dog’s vaccination records.

What is the best age to do the Puppy Head Start program? 

The best age to start the training is between eight and 12 weeks of age, because that’s the puppy’s critical socialization window. It’s when puppies are super impressionable so socialization, exposure and confidence building are very important. That said, if you do early socialization yourself, then anytime in the two to six month age range is great. Puppy training makes a huge difference so the more you do, the better!

Can you accommodate my dog’s special diet?

Yes. We are happy to accommodate any special diet requests, raw food diets, medication needs etc.

Do you guarantee your training?

We guarantee we’ll do our job, and we guarantee your dog will be trained. But we can’t control you and we can’t make you follow-through once the dog is home. Ninety-nine percent of our clients do an amazing job with their dogs once their dogs are home. They follow-through, they ask questions if they have them, and they see great success.

Every once in a while, we have clients who think their dog is a robot and will obey commands regardless of inconsistency or lack of follow-through on their part. Dogs aren’t robots and they aren’t perfect. We are doing the hard work. All we ask is that you maintain it. And we give you specific, customized, written and verbal instructions to help you do so! Listen to your trainer, and your dog will do great!

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Full Potential K9 Inc
901 N Federal Hwy,
Boca Raton, FL  33432

Hours: Mon-Sat 8am-8pm
Please note absolutely no business of any kind will be conducted on Sunday.

T: 561 289 1713
E: dillon@fullpotentialk9.com
Vet: vet@fullpotentialk9.com
Reviews From Our Wonderful Customers

"Dillon responded quickly to our need of training our 5 month old Dalmatian. He did an evaluation and accepted him into his next session of classes. We picked our puppy up after 2 weeks of training. He was able to stay or “place” really well. He is better with potty training now. He can walk on a leash and before he was a very stubborn walker. I notice different improvements every day. I have only had my dog back for 3 whole days so we are still training and enforcing his new behaviors every day."

Elizabeth G
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