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.
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.
My Dog Needs More to Do
This class will teach you how to use food toys, simple problem-solving exercises, and scent games to add mental stimulation to your dog‘s daily routine.
TTouch Methods to Calm Your Dog
TTouch has great tools you can learn to help your dog feel calmer and more balanced. Beneficial for shy, fearful, anxious, distractible, and elderly dogs.
Play & Games for Small Dogs
Here‘s an opportunity for small dogs to play with other small dogs and with their doggie parents.
This is a chance for puppies and non-reactive adult dogs to explore agility equipment. Have a fun time practicing several pieces of equipment together, or troubleshoot sticky spots!
Play and learn with puppy friends. You pay for only the dates you register for.
In your one-on-one guided session, learn how to help your puppy explore new items and build confidence.