Dog Obedience Training
We offer everything from basic canine obedience & behavior all the way up to competition level obedience. If you’re looking at AKC, Conformation, IPO, PSA, Ring sports or any other competition style obedience we can accommodate your needs! Competition training is very precise obedience with a flashy heel, quick and crisp movements which go beyone your basic sit and stay commands. We will not only train your dog how to compete but, we will train you how to handle your dog during a competition to help you retain the most amount of points! Let us know what your goals are and what you would like to compete in and we can evaluate your personal dog or help you select a dog that will be everything you need for the sport you are wishing to compete in.
Personal Protection Dog Training
Savior, Guardian, protector, family member. These are things that we call our personal protection dogs. When looking for that perfect dog to have fun with your family and friends but be ready to stand in front of you and protect you with their life takes time and patience. Matching the right dog to the right family is imperative in having everything you are looking for. Whether you are active and outdoors to homebody and relaxing we can help accommodate your needs. Personal protection dogs are used as a non-lethal weapon to help keep you and your family safe if the situation may arise. There is a lot of time spent working with these dogs to make sure they are of sound mind and have what it takes to be a personal protection dog and most importantly a part of your family.
Group Training Classes
In our group dog training classes we offer a few different levels that are bound to fit every owner’s needs. You can work with your dog with a group of others with the same goals for their dogs. You will get one-on-one attention in class and both you and your dog will go home each with a new skill and a better bond! We will teach out how to help your dog have proper manners and to behave off a leash just as well as they do on a leash.
Service Dog Training
Having a dog trained as a service animal for you or your loved one can be invaluable. The benefit of a service dog for someone that is disabled is a more independent lifestyle. Joint Forces K9 has some of the best trainers available to help your dog to become the very best of service animals. Evaluation is necessary before the training process starts, but we are confident that if your dog is ready for the challenge, we can help them reach their full potential.
Dog Aggression Training
Our approach to treating dog behavior problems is a balanced one. We look at the entire relationship between the dog and its environment to get to the root of the problem behavior. We find out the source of the problem behavior, what is causing it, and engineer a training program to address the behavior of the dog and owner together.
Scent detection or Detection Dogs are some of the most sought after dogs in our country for many purposes. Most everyone knows about Narcotics or “Drug” dogs being a part of our law enforcement agencies but, there are many other uses for a scent detection dog. At Joint Forces K9 we don’t limit ourselves to just one type of scent detection dog, we teach a wide variety of scent work. Among the most popular are going to be Narcotics, Explosives and Bed Bug detection dogs. We also can teach dogs to find electronics, mold, currency, nuts (for those who have a nut allergy), guns and ammunition, deer sheds and SO MUCH more.
Do you have a dog that you want to do any of these tasks? Bring your dog down for a free evaluation and we can discuss what training plans will fit for both you and your dog!
Not every dog is going to be able to perform things that you would like them to do. Joint Forces K9 can help you find everything from a brand new puppy that you can shape and mold into what you are wanting, or a fully trained dog.
For training questions, pricing or setting up a free evaluation please contact us either by phone (479) 802-0775, Email Info@JointForcesK9.com or come by and vist us in Siloam Springs in Northwest Arkansas