COME: “Oh, do you mean me?”
Learn techniques that make your dog want to come to you the first time you call, every time!
Learn how to get and keep your dog’s attention; hold your leash so that your dog can’t pull you off your feet; use equipment to help with training; reinforce your dog effectively; maneuver around distractions.
Teaching Your Dog Impulse Control
Learn the skills and strategies to keep your dog’s “wild and crazy” impulses under control.
Vet Visit & Grooming Tricks
Join us as we train tricks useful for vet visits, bath time, and nail trims.
Please Stop Jumping!
Learn ways to work on keeping your dog’s four paws on the floor. He’ll be able to politely greet guests and keep his feet off the kitchen counter or dining room table.
Start teaching your dog the skills needed to be around holiday festivities and guests: polite greetings, go to place (with knocking as an added cue), settle on mat during meals, and leave it.
Simmer Down, Now!
The behaviors learned in this two-hour class will help encourage your dog to settle both at home, when you have guests or deliveries, and on the road, like at kids’ soccer games and outdoor cafes.
Proof Positive – Perfecting Obedience in the Real World
This two-hour class is for people who want their dogs to behave as well in public as in the living room.
Sniff This, Eat That
This one session, one-hour class is intended as an introduction to scent work, even if you have never taken a scent class.
Intensive Classes Without Your Dog:
Pet First Aid & CPR
In this five hour course, participants will learn choking management, 3-types of physical assessment, CPR, rescue breathing, bleeding & bandaging techniques, heat & cold injuries, seizures, poisoning, muzzling, vital signs and more!
Skills For Dog Walkers And Sitters – Online
This course is designed to help dog walkers and sitters work with their dog clients more safely and effectively. Increase your understanding of dog body language, and learn how to work with dogs who pull on walks or have other challenging issues, like resource guarding, fearfulness, reactivity, jumping, mouthing, and more.
Helping Your Dog Feel Comfortable with Grooming
Learn what you can do to set the stage for easy and stress-free grooming. Dogs of all ages can learn to accept bathing, brushing, combing, nail clippers, scissoring, electric clippers, and all the handling involved in the grooming process.