for the real world
Want your dog to stay with you off-leash when you go on a hike?
Want to bring your dog with you downtown, but can't because it's too wound up on a leash?
Want your dog to stay calm when you are hosting guests?
Summit is here to help.
At Summit, our mission is to help people build and develop a healthy, fun relationship with their dog. We understand that every situation is different, and therefore there is no "one size fits all" solution to dog training. If your dog is driving you crazy, chances are the pup is not very happy either. Having a well behaved, balanced dog is what we aim to provide you with, and we focus a lot of attention to providing YOU with the tools to succeed. Our 1 on 1 training lessons are catered to your specific situation and the level of training you would like to achieve.
tailored to your dog
On-site & Off-site training options
asses your goals
We begin by assessing goals, behaviors, and the relationship between you and your dog.
Based on the evaluation and your individual goals, we then develop a plan to reach those goals.
1 on 1 lesson fitted to you & your dog
1 on 1 lessons then begin, either at the Summit facility or wherever your would like to meet.
provide tools for the future
After the lessons come to an end, we provide you with an outline of everything that was covered before, during and after your training sessions with you and your dog so that you may continue with the good work!
bundle & save!
1 lesson: $65
package (4 lessons): $234 Save 10%
1 lesson: $85
package (4 lessons): $306 Save 10%
summit head trainer
Max has been training dogs professionally for more than 3 years and has been working with and around dogs his entire life. From general obedience training to puppy courses, Max has a balanced approach to training. He believes that all cases vary with the dog and owner, and so should the training approach.
Max also has two dogs of his own named Rolf and Luna. When he is not busy training dogs, you can find him slappin' bass in his band and hiking in the mountains with his dogs.