9 days of Training
April 7th – April 18th, 2021
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What to Expect
Fundamentals of Dog Behavior and Training 1/2 offers the unprecedented opportunity to study and learn for nine days with Cesar Millan, the world’s most noted dog behaviorist.
About the program
You will begin with Fundamentals 1, a five-day program that provides a foundation for having a balanced, fulfilled dog and becoming the best Pack Leader you can be!
After two days off, you will experience Fundamentals 2. This four-day hands-on program puts you at center stage, working with dogs in real-life scenarios under Cesar Millan’s guidance. You will learn to master each situation using your energy and body language – going beyond your comfort zone and learning how to be calm and assertive.
Taught at Cesar’s famous Dog Psychology Center, thirty minutes outside of Los Angeles, California, this unique training package is for dog owners and trainers who want to enhance their relationship with their dogs and learn Cesar’s techniques for Pack Leadership.
The fee for this extraordinary package is only $10,400. The price to attend Fundamentals 1 with your dog in the first week is $10,900. That is a significant saving over attending these programs separately. You will also save on travel costs since you will make only one trip to California.
We look forward to seeing you at the DPC!
Included in price:
Fundamentals of Dog Behavior and Training 1 / 2 back-to-back program:
Starting at $10,400
Student dog’s do not attend Fundamentals 2. Students who chose to participate in the back-to-back program with their dog in Fundamentals 1 will be solely responsible for providing proper boarding or day-care arrangements for their dogs during Fundamentals 2. Please note: Dog’s are not permitted to stay in the hotel unattended.
Why can’t my dog attend Fundamentals 2?
In the Fundamentals of Dog Behavior and Training 2 program, Cesar challenges students to work with shelter dogs in the Los Angeles area. His trainers select dogs that even Cesar will not know so that together you can assess and evaluate behavior and work toward behavioral goals.
To create this environment, student dogs do not attend. Allowing students to fully participate in a variety of dog behaviors and challenges that may not have presented themselves otherwise.
As a result of the time spent with you and Cesar, the shelters we work with report rapid adoption rates that, in turn, allow for them to save more and more and more.