You now have the ability to asses how your dog may react in a safe, professional environment to an assortment of other dogs. This will allow you and the trainer to take the first steps towards any training reactivity problems your pet may be facing.
It is important that the house must be on board. Make sure you are not the only member in the household that wants to help your furry family member out. Any lapse in at-home training can cause long-term difficulties that negate the dogs ability to progress effectively - potentially causing you stress.
Finally, it may seem obvious, but the key is consistency. The training cannot be “sometimes” event, especially at the beginning of the command rehabilitation. Stay consistent with trainers, classes and at home exercises that lead the dog to a successful, happy, rewarding lifestyle.