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Jared Moss, owner of Noble Dogs, training a dog

Where your dog becomes part of your family.

Board & Train

Busy lives can't train your dog.

If you lead a very busy life, lack the time or patience to deal with your dog or you have a good dog and want a great dog, the comprehensive Resident Board & Train program is for you.

The program has a minimum stay of 21 days.  Most dogs finish between 21 and 30 but if more time is needed your pup stays until the standards are met.  You are paying for a standard of training not just a set number of days.  Every dog trains at a different speed and has different capabilities.  I don't penalize you or the dog for aptitude, weather or other factors which can affect the time your dog needs to improve and meet the training standards and expectations.


I can help you develop a pet who is a happy and polite member of your home that you will be proud to call YOUR dog!  My In-Home Board and Train program teaches your dog in real-world situations with other dogs inside and outside the home.  If you are interested just call me and I will answer any and all of your questions.

As part of training, your dog will...

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Travel often in cars and SUVs, interact with adults, children, and lots of other dogs.  

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Go on trips and learn to have fun without stress or confusion.

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Puppies with Noble Dogs Family

Learn to behave/work in public places, inside stores (that allow dogs) and even restaurants (which allow dogs). 

Your dog lives with me and interacts with my family, my dogs, and other dogs in training every day and night during their stay and will be looked after 24 hours a day, unlike a standard kennel facility.

All are key components your dog can understand, relate, and transfer after returning home.

Off Leash Training

Your dog will learn basic obedience...

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Maintain (sit/stay)

Jared Moss training a dog

Walk with you

On or OFF leash

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Go to a place

(bed, rug, mat, or spot and stay)

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Maintain down stay

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Come to you off leash when called

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On command

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& More

& learn basic manners...

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On / Off of furniture

if desired

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Not to jump on people

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Quiet on command

Dog at Door

Wait at the door

Aggressive dog

Eliminate rough play

Dog in Crate

House-breaking / Crate Training

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Eliminate on command

Dog in Car

Load in and out of a vehicle

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Riding in a vehicle 

(without pacing or jumping into the front seat)

Aggressive dog barking

Dealing with inappropriate or submissive urination

And Will Learn to Stop...

  • Chasing animals / cars / things

  • Guarding food, toys, space, & people

  • Stealing food/counter surfing

  • Jumping on furniture

  • Jumping on Children & Guests

  • Digging

  • Eliminate destructive behavior

  • Develop confidence in new environments

  • Stop/reduce panting, drooling and nervous anxious behaviors

  • Stop/reduce excitable and submissive urination

  • Growling, Snapping and Biting behaviors

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  • Bolting through doors

  • Running away

  • Begging for food

  • Dog on Dog Aggression

  • Reactivity to Door Bells, Door Knocks

  • Crazy behavior when people enter your home 

  • Separation Anxiety

  • Confinement issues/phobias

  • Escape behaviors

  • Fear related issues

  • Stop/control leash aggression

  • Stop/control fence fighting

Keep in the Know...

I provide dog owners with regular updates on their pet's progress through Facebook updates with video clips of my training sessions, so you can see firsthand how your dog is advancing in their training.

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