Problems? Let us help solve them! We offer training that is gentle, effective and fast! All of our trainers are professional level members of the Association of Professional Dog Trainers.
Pet Suites currently offers Puppy Day Academy, with Boarding and Training, and Day School to come soon.
Are you a hard working pet parent? Have a rambunctious new puppy? No time to potty train her or teach her manners? We can help!
Pet Parent Orientation: June 15, 2018 – 6 pm
Session Begins: June 18, 2018
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Our Puppy Day Academy is a combination of training with supervised play, perfect for puppies from 9 weeks to 6 months.
Coaching for the pet parent is included so you can keep up with your talented pup!
Puppy Day Academy is 4 weeks long, with a choice of attending 3 or 5 days a week Monday through Friday, from 8am-5pm. Drop offs from 8-8:30am and pickups between 4-5 pm.
Skills are taught using gentle, effective positive reinforcement.
Designing and supervising the Academy is our head trainer, Penelope Milne. See below for more information about our trainers.
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Kat has a degree in business management, but her passion has always been the Human Animal Bond, and that has guided her path as she has worked in kennel settings, certified in dog first aid and CPR, volunteered in Animal Assisted Therapy, managed and led large dog playgroups, and pursued an apprenticeship in Canine Behavior and membership in The Association of Professional Dog Trainers (APDT). Now in Puppy Day Academy Kat brings that skill set and passion to setting puppies and their people on the path to success.
Kat has 3 pets, Bella the cockatoo, Pepper a rescue Doxie mix, and Mungie, a rescue kitty.
Penelope Milne – CPDT-KSA, CBCC-KA
Charter Member Association of Professional Dog Trainers
Penelope has been training dogs and coaching their people for more than 30 years. She is a charter member of the APDT, and has earned the CPDT-KSA (Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Knowledge and Skills Assessed) and CBCC-KA (Certified Behavior Consultant Canine) from the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers. She is the author of: “Puppies! Why Do They Do What They Do?” and “Kittens! Why Do They Do What They Do?” from BowTie Press, and “Is your Dog Bored?” in the 2012 Dogs USA, amongst other works.
Penny was elected to the Board of Directors of the CCPDT in 2014. She is the Chair of the CBCC Exam Committee.
Penny is the Executive Trainer for the Animal Keeper /Pet Suites, responsible for coaching staff on animal behavior, body language and more, and creating and implementing training and enrichment programs to enhance the quality of life for pets and people.