Dog training in Eugene typically provides a fun and inexpensive option for improving a pet’s obedience performance. However, during times of social distancing the human proximity of group class may pose an unacceptable infection risk. Furthermore, municipal, county, or state government edict may restrict the ability to legally conduct group class. Therefore, with the onset […]
Tommy, a 5-month old Border Terrier puppy, recently completed 5 weeks of board training at CPT’s Eugene, Oregon location. When Tommy’s owner, Page, first contacted CPT she communicated goals of improving Tommy’s housebreaking, eliminating jumping behavior, extinguishing laundry stealing and mouthing behavior, teaching him basic on-leash obedience, and teaching him advanced off-leash obedience. One of the many terrific features of CPT’s board train program is that owners get to customize their dog’s lesson plan.
CPT’s in-home private lesson and board train programs can address many types of dog training issues and goals, including housebreaking, household manners, basic pet obedience, advanced off-leash pet obedience, and behavior modification. Moreover, each client’s plan is customized. Therefore, we focus on the issues most relevant to each dog and paramount to each dog owner. The following is a story of one of CPT’s many thousands of dog training successes.
Moreover, because CPT hires highly educated, experienced, and accomplished staff and uses the most advanced, scientific dog training methodologies, Keeper’s board train was able to satisfy Rochelle’s objectives. Furthermore, since CPT’s board train program occurs at a trainer home, not a kennel, we can more realistically and effectively teach housebreaking, household manners, and applied obedience behaviors.
CPT’s Mark Spivak is an experienced and talented expert witness in criminal and civil legal cases that involve animal behavior, animal training, animal handling, or animal husbandry practices. Mark represents either the plaintiff or defense. His one rule before accepting an assignment is that he must have passion for the case and for the attainment […]
Chrissy Mattucci formerly worked for CPT in Atlanta and has now opened CPT’s Eugene, Oregon location. Chrissy’s preparation as a dog trainer started in 2005 with PetSmart, where she completed Petsmart’s corporate trainer certification program and soon became their most requested trainer in the Atlanta district. Nevertheless, Chrissy did not stop there. Since Chrissy has a […]
Mark Spivak, CPT’s founder, is a nationally known trainer, behaviorist, and canine researcher. Although he is based out of CPT’s headquarters location in Atlanta, to address complex cases Mark travels periodically to perform on-site instruction in Eugene and he is available on a regular basis for FaceTime video consultations. Mark is also an experienced expert witness in criminal and civil legal cases that involve issues of canine behavior, where he has handled cases from throughout the country.
1) CPT has been in business since 1992.
Unlike many fly by night operations in the pet industry, we have stood the test of time.
2) CPT has trained over 50,000 dogs and over 100 cats.
Not only have we been around, we have been successful. We have experience in both years and numbers.