Dog's Day Out Training Center South

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  • Shuting Shao

    Very solid training programs. Some of the trainers are very good. The teen play sessions are particularly helpful.
    Apr 1st, 2024

  • Robert Olson

    Nothing but hassles trying to get a dog from this place.WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THEM TO ANYONE AT ALL..............
    Jan 4th, 2024

  • Mary Dickson

    Wonderful small group training with knowledgeable and kind dog trainers.
    Nov 15th, 2023

  • Deepthi Rao


    Oct 24th, 2023

  • Subsmd 16

    Only attended puppy class here. Whats clear is the trainers all train with positive methods and care for dogs. A lot of them are on the list of recommended trainers for greater Seattle area. Puppy class itself was a bit of a disappointment. All of the information the trainers share with you are pretty basic and can be found on YouTube, so unless youre completely clueless - it wont be that helpful. Im a new dog owner and even I found the information too basic. Youre essentially paying to be in a space with other puppies and my guess is a lot of training schools charge for this service because they know new puppy owners dont have too many choices for socializing their dog. Classes are broken up into approximately 4-6 minutes of play and then approximately 10 minutes of just sitting with your puppy on leash on mat while you listen to the trainers talk. They give a lot of different types of treats, but theyre all economical choices. If your dog has any sensitivities I would suggest bringing lots of your own treats to keep them focused throughout class. I definitely dont like the fact that they use cream cheese and string cheese sometimes for high value treats because most dogs just get diarrhea and gas from dairy. The class content also feels very on-the-fly because new people can join each session, so youll also probably see repeated content in your later classes. By the end of my sessions, going to class was kind of a drag. If I did it again, Id probably try to find 1x1 sessions with a trainer I vibe with. Of the trainers I met in the classes, I wouldnt want to hire them even though theyre knowledgeable and effective. Its hard to gauge personality matches for these things and its a very personal choice. TLDR: Trainers with good experience and intentions, small business with some disorganization, class experience probably depends on the type of class you take and whos teaching the class. A lot of the good reviews I see are with Reactive Redo classes and Danette Johnson (owner/founder), she didnt teach my puppy class. Unfortunately my first experience was so subpar, I wouldnt really consider the school again unless I had limited options.
    Nov 30th, 2023

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About
Dog's Day Out Training Center South

Dog's Day Out Training Center South is located at 15227 Ambaum Blvd SW in Seattle, Washington 98166. Dog's Day Out Training Center South can be contacted via phone at 206-706-4875 for pricing, hours and directions.

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Q What is the phone number for Dog's Day Out Training Center South?

A The phone number for Dog's Day Out Training Center South is: 206-706-4875.


Q Where is Dog's Day Out Training Center South located?

A Dog's Day Out Training Center South is located at 15227 Ambaum Blvd SW, Seattle, WA 98166


Q What is the internet address for Dog's Day Out Training Center South?

A The website (URL) for Dog's Day Out Training Center South is: http://dogsdayoutseattle.com/


Q How is Dog's Day Out Training Center South rated?

A Dog's Day Out Training Center South has a 4.5 Star Rating from 13 reviewers.

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Dog's Day Out Training Center South

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Shuting Shao on Google

image Very solid training programs. Some of the trainers are very good. The teen play sessions are particularly helpful.


Robert Olson on Google

image Nothing but hassles trying to get a dog from this place.WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THEM TO ANYONE AT ALL..............


Mary Dickson on Google

image Wonderful small group training with knowledgeable and kind dog trainers.


Deepthi Rao on Google

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Subsmd 16 on Google

image Only attended puppy class here. Whats clear is the trainers all train with positive methods and care for dogs. A lot of them are on the list of recommended trainers for greater Seattle area.
Puppy class itself was a bit of a disappointment. All of the information the trainers share with you are pretty basic and can be found on YouTube, so unless youre completely clueless - it wont be that helpful. Im a new dog owner and even I found the information too basic. Youre essentially paying to be in a space with other puppies and my guess is a lot of training schools charge for this service because they know new puppy owners dont have too many choices for socializing their dog. Classes are broken up into approximately 4-6 minutes of play and then approximately 10 minutes of just sitting with your puppy on leash on mat while you listen to the trainers talk. They give a lot of different types of treats, but theyre all economical choices. If your dog has any sensitivities I would suggest bringing lots of your own treats to keep them focused throughout class. I definitely dont like the fact that they use cream cheese and string cheese sometimes for high value treats because most dogs just get diarrhea and gas from dairy.
The class content also feels very on-the-fly because new people can join each session, so youll also probably see repeated content in your later classes.
By the end of my sessions, going to class was kind of a drag. If I did it again, Id probably try to find 1x1 sessions with a trainer I vibe with. Of the trainers I met in the classes, I wouldnt want to hire them even though theyre knowledgeable and effective. Its hard to gauge personality matches for these things and its a very personal choice.
TLDR: Trainers with good experience and intentions, small business with some disorganization, class experience probably depends on the type of class you take and whos teaching the class. A lot of the good reviews I see are with Reactive Redo classes and Danette Johnson (owner/founder), she didnt teach my puppy class. Unfortunately my first experience was so subpar, I wouldnt really consider the school again unless I had limited options.


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