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A handsome thirty-ish man with his yellow lab

Let Pets in Motion Lend
a Paw

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  • or calling us at 610-256-7030

We’ll get right back to you to schedule your consultation.

What We Do

Private Training​

Building a relationship of trust and respect with your dog starts with positive reinforcement training. At Pets in Motion, it’s the only training method we use. That’s because a positive approach reinforces a pleasurable partnership between you and your dog. And when dogs have fun and get rewards (instead of punishment), they’re more likely to repeat the behaviors you teach them.

At Pets in Motion, we’ll show you how to train your dog with respect through rewards-based training. Taught privately in your home or place of your choosing, together we’ll teach your dog basic commands, polite manners and other essential social skills. We’ll also help correct behaviors that can get in the way of your otherwise happy relationship. As Certified Professional Dog Trainers with over ten years of experience on the Main Line, we’ve trained hundreds of dogs each year. Let Pets in Motion help you build the relationship you want with your dog. Contact us to schedule your dog’s private training consultation.

Here’s a look at just a few of our areas of expertise:

• Socializing
• Jumping
• Anxiety-related Issues

  • Housetraining

  • Barking

  • Aggression Counseling

  • Leash-walking

  • Separation Anxiety

  • Pet Selection Services

Forty-eight hours’ notice is required when canceling a scheduled private lesson or consultation. If the lesson or consultation is canceled with less than 48 hours’ notice, fees will be charged.

A Client Story:

Ranch on the Side

With her refined posture and Standard Poodle do, Taylor isn’t a ranch dog out of central casting. But don’t let that fool you. This Montana transplant roamed the open land for the first six months of her life. So naturally her new job as a Main Line pet took some getting used to. “Anne knew just what to do,” said Taylor’s person, Nancy. From ranch dog to service dog, today Taylor’s the poster dog for second acts. Fetch the whole story…

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