I would definitely recommend Fido's Finest! I heard of Fido's Finest (Cassandra) from my dad's friend who had a very high energy dog. He took him to Fido's Finest and he was 100 percent better after 3 weeks of the board and train program. Then, my dad took his 4 year old Golden Retriever to Fido's Finest, and he came back a completely different dog. He was able to stay in the house with everyone because he was so well behaved. Before, he was so wild that they had to always crate him (even during the day) when everyone was home because he was so crazy!
We then enrolled Scout in the Board and Train program for 2 weeks. I highly recommend the board and train over the other options, because I think it helps for the dog to be with Cassandra 24/7. I would never have put Scout in a boarding program if I didn't feel comfortable with who the trainer was or didn't know the trainer. When you drop off your dog for training, Cassandra will ask you to pick 4 things that you want your dog to work on. Each one of the things that we put, Scout is very good at. I really think that he is TONS better…. he doesn't bite us at all, he doesn't bark for attention anymore, and he is much more calm and better behaved. Before the training, we couldn't even get ready in the mornings without him biting us and at night we couldn't even sit on the couch without him barking and biting. He is still a puppy, and naturally, she can't take that stage out of the dog, but for the most part, I think he came back a different dog completely. I would highly recommend Fido's Finest! She uses positive reinforcement training which I really like, because it makes the dogs want to train. Scout loves the training and his tail doesn't stop wagging! ha. But there are no shock collars, no hitting the dog on the nose or elsewhere, etc.