Dog Care & Training Services in Springfield, MO
We provide easy, effective & enjoyable dog training techniques that your pet deserves!
All dogs must be up to date on distemper/Parvo, Bordetella, and rabies.
What We Do
Check out our services to find what's best for your dog
We offer a range of services to fit both you and your dog’s needs.
Who We Are
We love your dog just as much you do!
Standing Obeytion is a full service dog care and training facility in Rogersville, MO and the surrounding area. We provide everything your pup needs to be clean, happy, and healthy! Our trainers, Brandon Gerhardt and Michael Miller will make sure your pups tail never stops wagging. For boarding, we have large suite rooms to give your dog plenty of space and privacy from other dogs; we also have large kennels where they can be near other dogs but still have privacy and comfort.
Don't want to leave your dog at home while you're away? No problem. Our doggie daycare is the perfect place to bring your pup during the day to socialize with other dogs and learn doggie manners while you're away.
Take a look at our wonderful facility
Conveniently located off of US Highway 60 in Rogersville, MO just outside of Springfield. Quick travel from surrounding areas like Ozark, Nixa, and Springfield.
What people are saying about Standing Obeytion...
Here are some wonderful words from our satisfied customers.
They have so much knowledge about dog behavior and how to manage it. As a dog lover, I am excited about how much I have learned! As a dog owner, I am excited and RELIEVED! I highly recommend their classes and/or training. I have had dogs my whole life and I had no idea there was so much I did not know. I currently have a very nervous pup and Brandon came out and showed us how to handle him in certain situations. It’s like watching miracles unfold. Their daycare is also amazing. I know I have nothing to worry about when I need to drop my pups off for a bit. I’m also comfortable leaving them overnight if I head out of town for weekend trips or vacation. This was something I had struggled with in the past. Being nervous about leaving them can put a damper on the fun. Knowing they are out with the pack and having fun in a secure area, instead of being locked in a kennel or at home with someone who may or may not be able to control their puppy ways, is a huge sigh of relief.
— Taryn Raidel
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