Sit and stay are just the beginning.
Adolescent Dog Class
Start teaching your adolescent dog, 5 – 10 months old, basic good manners; learn how to deal with typical adolescent challenges; and practice training exercises to help prevent future fear and aggression issues.
Basic Manners 1
Learn to speak “Doglish” and build a bond between you and your dog while learning valuable skills like Come, Sit, Wait, Leave It, and loose leash walking.
Basic Manners 2
New challenges for dogs who know the basics. Learn cue pairs (“Leave It” and “Come!”) and working with distractions.
Calling All Dogs!
Spend four game-packed sessions with us learning how to help your dog understand that coming to you is the best thing in the world.
Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Prep
Fine-tune your dog’s obedience skills as you prepare for the ten exercises required to pass the AKC’s Canine Good Citizen test.
Canine Good Citizen (CGC) Prep – Urban
The AKC Urban Canine Good Citizen program requires dogs to demonstrate CGC skills in a more urban setting that includes traffic, crowds, noises, smells and other distractions that are present in a city or town.
Go Team Go!
Spend four, one-hour sessions learning how to get your dog motivated to work and play with you. These exercises and games will improve your dog’s loose leash walking, coming when called, as well as choosing you over many of the tough environmental distractions the two of you encounter every day.
A fun way to strengthen basic obedience skills (like stay!) by using a platform the dog sits or stands on.
It’s All Just Fun & Games
Fun games strengthen skills like polite leash walking, attention to handler, sit, down and staying calm (impulse control) while other teams take their turns.
Obedience Skills for Competition
This is an advanced class for students preparing to enter competitive obedience.
Out & About
Put your obedience skills to the test when you work as a team with your dog in the distractions of the outside world.
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.