Dog Grooming & Obedience Training
Grooming with Joanne Tuesday, Friday and Saturdays, please call for an appointment 734-283-0060
Help your pooch look as good as he behaves with dog grooming and obedience training from Camp Canine in Taylor, Michigan. We provide proper pampering when we're primping your puppy and positive principles that get purveyed with patience and plain-and-simple performance practice.
Our Groomer, Joann Clark has over 20 years experience grooming dogs in the Downriver Area. Joann works Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday at Camp Canine.
From painless and precise nail trimming to luxurious baths and grooming services, our results speak for themselves. Set an appointment for regular grooming or get it done while your dog's stay with us during daycare or boarding. Our grooming eligibility standards mean all dogs must have current vaccinations in order to stay with us, and that rule extends to all of our services. Proof is required.
Try our "Furminator" package to get rid of that winter coat.
Looking good is one thing, but nothing is more attractive than a reliable, well-behaved dog. Our highly qualified on-site trainer offers one-on-one training during our daily doggie daycare hours. We can train on improving behavior, proper walking, and everything a dog needs to know in order to be a good canine citizen.
Sign up for our training classes. We offer a wide verity of classes from Puppy Classes and Beginner, Intermediate and Advance Obedience Classes.
Why Should You Train Your Dog?
A) So he'll listen when you tell him to do something
B) So you can take him wherever you go
C) So you can show off all kinds of neat tricks to your friends
D) So you can enter fun competitions and maybe even win
E) ALL OF THE ABOVE
Training is essential to having a good relationship with your dog. It's not just about tricks and showing off: it's about communicating with your pet so both of you are happier.
Sadly, many pets are relinquished every year for behavior problems. These problems can usually be fixed if people would take some time to train their dog. Remember, dogs don't know how you want them to act, you have to teach them!