Common dog behaviors, such as leashing-pulling, chewing furniture, jumping, and barking, can become overwhelming when you live in the city.  We teach positive reinforcement training and environmental management techniques that will work for you and your family. We do not teach or advocate the use of out-dated punishments in dog training, as these can exacerbate issues that dogs might be having and even cause aggression where none existed.

15-Minute Phone Pre-Consultation: free

Every new client receives a free fifteen-minute phone call to get to know the trainer and as an initial introduction to the challenges  you are experiencing. Get the help and support you need quickly and efficiently with Megan Coryat at Doggedly Devoted.

Initial Session: $205

We will meet at your home for a 90-minute session during which we will go over your dog’s history, review the work you have done already, and assess your situation. The trainer will make a recommendation for a plan going forward. For some people this initial educational session is all they will need to get going in the right direction. Many families will choose from one of our training packages:

Training Packages:

    3 training sessions, one hour each: $400
    6 training sessions, one hour each: $750
    10 training sessions, one hour each: $1,100
    Single 60-minute lesson: $150

“Working with an excellent trainer like Megan is definitely worth the reasonable investment in time and money for the huge improvement in quality of life for both myself and my dog. I would recommend training at Doggedly Devoted for anyone interested in trying humane training methods that really work!”

Board and Train

Bringing a new dog or puppy into your life can be stressful. If you need support in training your new puppy or if you want your dog to brush up on his etiquette while you are on vacation, consider board and train at Doggedly Devoted. Board and Train is appropriate for puppies over 12 weeks old and dogs who do not have a bite history.

“Megan has an impressive ability to listen, observe, and understand the needs of both the dog and the owner to allow real progress in short amount of time. The encouragement and reminders she gave me really helped.