No Train, No Gain.
Manage All Aspects Of Your Dog Training Business
Training is a service that many pet owners value. These relationships can be some of the most meaningful in the pet services industry, and some of the most important in a dog’s life, coming during its most formative years. Make the most of this – focus on the relationship; let 123pet care™ focus on the business!
$75/ Month For Unlimited Users Includes:
All The Core Features to Run Your Business Efficiently
Dedicated Training Calendar
Use your dedicated training calendar to keep track of of your furry friends training schedule. See monthly, weekly, or daily calendar views of all training classes. Have some dogs participating in training and some not? No problem! Your dedicated training calendar will ensure you stay organized with all of your clients preferences!
Bulk Discount Packages
Create bulk discount packages for your clients so they keep coming back! Setup a 6 week training plan at a discount and guarantee recurring revenue. Discounts will be applied automatically in the software for participating clients.
Quick Check-in & Identification
Don’t waste your receptionists or your clients time during check-in. Check regular clients in with one click on arrival and quickly identify pets with additional services. Now you have more time for training!
Auto-Charge Late Pickups
Fed up with clients turning up later than their selected pickup times? With 123pet care™ you can easily auto-charge clients for late pickups. Simply select the pickup time and if a client arrives late an automatic late fee will be charged!
Pets with Purpose: Why Is Training Your Dog So Important?
Owning a dog can bring lots of joy to your life. But obedience training for dogs is a vital part of socializing them. Without the right training, your dog will struggle to integrate with your friends and family, as well as other dogs.
In some cases, this can be stressful or embarrassing. And in serious cases, it could have devastating consequences.
As a good dog owner, it’s your responsibility to ensure your dog is properly trained. Ideally, you should bring your dog to obedience classes when it’s still a puppy. During this time in your dog’s life, your dog will be a lot more receptive to training and will have a greater capacity for learning.
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End training sessions on a positive note.
Excellent boy! Good job! He’s worked hard to please you throughout the training. Leave him with lots of praise, a treat, some petting, or five minutes of play. This guarantees he’ll show up at his next class with his tail wagging—ready to work!